Al Gore was savaged when he ran for president in 2000 but today he is a hero.
Today, seven years too late, Al Gore is vindicated as he accepts the Nobel Peace Prize. But America and the world still suffer from the lies American voters, including Democrats, accepted. Al Gore, according to Big Media and PINOs, wore the wrong color suits and sighed during debates and Bush was sold as a better beer drinking buddy.
In 2004 the Democratic nominee, a war hero was turned by political opponents and a complicit Big Media into a lying coward.
This election cycle Hillary has been trashed over her cleavage and Socks the cat. This weekend the latest Hillary controversy is pantsuits. Taylor Marsh explains the latest pantsuit controversy and the not so veiled misogyny (discussed by Bill Moyers), in the anti-Hillary attacks.
I’m never surprised by what I hear about Clinton. I’ve almost gotten accustomed to the blind hatred. It’s nothing new that a staunch Democratic candidate for president is being targeted because of who she is while much lesser candidates get the soft touch. So I wasn’t surprised when I saw yet another Robin Givhan column about Clinton’s wardrobe, this one targeting her pantsuits. Don’t get me wrong. As someone with great interest in fashion, I think it’s interesting to consider the clothing of the first viable female candidate for president. It’s part of her presentation in a man’s world. But inquiring minds do not want to know: How many pantsuits does Hillary Clinton have in her closet? Seriously, is Ms. Givhan kidding? What could be interesting is the packaging required, framing of the ensemble, the hair, the jewelry and how it all comes together in a subtle picture of modern female power, presidential power of a different look. However, that is not to be in the Post. In fact, in yesterday’s column Givhan almost seemed a bit at a loss on where to take her topic. She meandered through her seven hundred word plus gauze of paragraphs, going from counting pantsuits to asking the question she couldn’t answer: Is even considering the senator’s clothes a kind of chauvinistic assault? Or is it merely the intellect trying to wrangle some sort of order out of the imagination? Oh, the tumult! Time to call your editor, Robin, the first female to have a prayer at the presidency is obviously above your pay grade.
Today in a CNN interview, Al Gore explained that when opponents cannot attack the message they attack the messenger.
Al Gore was taken down in 2000 by Ripublicans, Naderites, PINOs and Big Media.
Hillary is under attack by the same interests that tore Al Gore down. Any Democrat in 2008 will be under attack by the same interests that tore Al Gore down.
Right now, Hillary is the target. Why? Because they know Hillary is the strongest candidate for president.
That’s why they fear Hillary.