Al Gorzerra doeth project too much, wethinks:
"I'm convinced that most of the president's frequent departures from fact-based analysis have much more to do with right-wing political and economic ideology than with the Bible," Gore said in a speech at Georgetown University.
"It is love of power for its own sake that is the original sin of this presidency," he said.
"The essential cruelty of Bush's game is that he takes an astonishingly selfish and greedy collection of economic and political proposals and then cloaks them with a phony moral authority....
"Truly, President Bush has stolen the symbolism and body language of religion and used it to disguise the most radical effort in American history to take what rightfully belongs to the American people and give as much of it as possible to the already wealthy and privileged," he said.
"rightly belongs to the American people"? You mean like their incomes? That they work for?
Remind me again, which party is all for taking more away from the American people.?
Remind me also, which candidate recently, publicly told an American citizen that he had a moral obligation to use taxpayer's money for purposes they strongly disapproved?
Not to mention, which guy selfishly contested an election result in 2000, delaying the inevitable transition for a month for the love of power?
Tuesday, October 19, 2004
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