Is Al Gore secretly running for President of the United States?
Poll after poll after poll shows that Democrats are increasingly concerned about the possibility of nominating a woman for president or an African-American. They worry about the red states and even more about some of the blue ones John Kerry barely carried in his loss to incumbent George W. Bush. The most realistic solution is to nominate a Gore-Clinton ticket. A winning ticket.
Gore is campaigning. He is now an Oscar winning producer. He is a rock concert impresario. He is the world’s most visible savior of the planet. He is on national and local news daily, usually restating his position that he is not a candidate for president. But he also restates he has not ruled the idea out completely.
Gore is enjoying newly found respectability in the world. He likes the public attention. He has said that the most important decision to be made in the future is whether the United States will elect a president who will set an environmental agenda that meets with Gore’s criteria. “That is key,” he said. Who among the current candidates fit his criteria? None of them have yet to enunciate any proposals that remotely resemble what Gore wants for the environment.
Gore will run but he wants to run without having to shake hands and kiss babies in the primary states or raise huge sums of money. He is so well known; he can easily jump into the fray after the early primaries and feel good about his chances. Considering the quality of his opposition, he can’t lose.
Gore-Clinton is the winning ticket.
R.E. Gus Payne is an award winning investigative reporter and author. He is best known for his investigative article “The Death of Brandon Lee: The Untold Story” (www.repayne.com) and “Caught in the Crossfire”.
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