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Gore's Other Big Lie -- We're published in today's American Thinker
Howard Richman, 1/2/2013

We begin:

Former Vice President Al Gore is able to explain things in the simple language used by elementary school teachers, so he tends to be believed even when he is conveying misinformation.

For example, his prediction that sea level would rise by up to 20 feet over the twenty-first century was sufficiently believed that many attributed the damage of Hurricane Sandy to rising sea levels, even though, according to a careful analysis by Professor Nils-Axel Mörner of the University of Stockholm, sea level has not risen at all this century.

But Gore's simplistic explanations are not just limited to climate change. In his 1993 NAFTA debate with Ross Perot, Gore claimed that the U.S. Smoot-Hawley Tariff act caused the Great Depression of the 1930s worldwide. Holding up a photo of Senator Reed Smoot and Representative Willis C. Hawley, Gore said, as if talking to elementary-school children:...

 To read the rest, go to: http://www.americanthinker.com/2013/01/gores_other_big_lie.html

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Comment by M, 1/12/2013:

Maybe Senator Al Franken (MN) will find the time to add an Al Gore update for his book "Lies and the lying liars who tell them" (Democratic Version). Both Al's have been in Washington D.C, long enough to know............

"All men, All men are liars. Their words ain't worth no more than worn out tires. Hey Girls bring rusty pliers, to pull this tooth, all men are liars, AND THAT'S the TRUTH." (Nick Lowe)




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