Lord Crimson

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Al Gore Wins Peace Prize

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So the Goreacle has been awarded the Nobel Prize for Peace. No surprise there given present day politics and attitudes. We only need to look at a few recent recipients to get an idea of what the Nobel has come to represent. Using that criteria the Nobel marks Gore as the most deserving person.

Algore now joins company with such greats as Yasser Arafat and Jimmy Carter. The first an infamous terrorist and bugger of boys, while the other is a failed President with delusions of… well now it’s just delusions.

We may question why, as divisive as the global warming debate has become where peace fits into it? But to be honest we must admit peace is really no longer the main criteria.

The only business left is for the IRS to make sure he pays taxes on all that prize money. As Gore has pointed out so many times, “the rich aren’t paying enough taxes,” so we wouldn’t want him to be a liar, hypocrite and a thief.

Congratulations Al Gore. No one deserves it more.


Written by Lord Crimson

October 13, 2007 at 1:28 pm

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  1. Al Gore also joins company with Martin Luther King Jr., Nelson Mandela, the 14th Dalai Lama, Desmond Tutu, Mother Theresa, and Albert Schweitzer. Perhaps you’d like to make some sniping insults about them too.


    October 13, 2007 at 3:07 pm

  2. Hey, LC …

    *Let’s get small here: First, and as a special aside, you might want to check this out. I found it just moments ago, and I believe it will interest you. For now, this’ll be our little secret, OK?*


    Greetings from the swamp. Great photo above, BTW. Did you patch that together or is it from Al’s My Space page? Your comments, of course, are right on.

    Derivatives of Mssr. Nobel’s nifty little Middle Eastern voting device continue to spread peace today along with all the worthy recipients of accolades from his namesake organization. Those who deserve any such recognition, of course, are the ones whose lives and efforts suffer from such diminution.

    The mantric cadence of Mr. Gore’s computer-postulated theology will continue, but information as cited in the link above will hopefully keep it in the playhouse of the simple and hopeless. As for the dogmatic, pounding beat of Chicken Little: might those be referred to as “algor-rhythms?”

    You have a wonderful weekend.



    October 13, 2007 at 5:24 pm

  3. Hi tamino

    I see you’re still following that green light to the end of the tunnel. Best I can tell this works well for you so I won’t bore you with the truth.

    For those that prefer a more freedom oriented approach to life I will mention a few observations that may at least make you think about the green lifestyle.

    Being a “green” may appeal to our emotions, but if you really think about what’s happening you may want to reconsider.

    The first trouble sign is the high priest of green, Al Gore, sets up rules for you to live, but can’t be bothered himself and continues to live his life of excess.

    The second trouble sign is that if you don’t comply, he and those like him, want to punish you into submission by using the tax system as a way to steal money you’ve earned.

    The third is he wants to tell you how to spend your money. You must buy this, but can’t buy that because it’s bad for this. Al Gore wasn’t there helping you earn your salary, what gives him the right to tell you how to spend it?

    Does any of this raise a big red flag indicating something is wrong? Not sure? Then ask yourself a few simple questions.

    If the environmental claims of Al Gore are true, why doesn’t the captain of the ship bother to follow the rules he sets up for your life?

    Why do Al Gore and other green leaders continue to live an energy sucking lifestyle then chastise you for using a fraction of what they consume?

    It’s very illuminating to view the lifestyle of those seeking to rule yours, especially if they want to insert their hand in your wallet as part of the deal.

    Lord Crimson

    Lord Crimson

    October 14, 2007 at 10:41 am

  4. Hi ara

    Thanks for the link.

    The picture was relatively easy to construct mainly because of the wealth of material available. I was going to include Kofi Annan but decided that was just piling on.

    Lord Crimson

    Lord Crimson

    October 14, 2007 at 11:26 am

  5. Hi Tamino,

    Martin Luther King Jr. was a race baiting bigot, much like Jessie Jackson and Al Sharpton, who’s only real claim to fame was being shot. Without that bit of luck, the truth about the person would have come to light and tarnished his carefully groomed image.

    Nelson Mandela is a terrorist. Do a Google search on neck ties Africa and learn the truth. In case you don’t take the time, that is a reference to the tactic his “political” party used to gain prominence, in which anyone who opposed him was captured, had their hands bound behind their backs, had a tire filled with gasoline placed around their neck, and made a most horrible acquaintance with flaming death. Add Desmond Tutu into this group as well.

    Mother Theresa, as was documented in her papers left after her death, only acted from the motivation of gaining converts to the Catholic Church in the light of assuring her own place in the after life, and, personally, could have cared less about the actual people involved.

    Oh, and don’t forget that the socialist Nobel Selection committee managed to pass over President Reagen, who made the largest contribution toward world peace in decades by winning the Cold War, the first President Bush, who saved everyone from WWIII by keeping the Middle East, and its grip on the world economy, from falling into the hands of a bloody dictator, while they found it just fine to bestow their blessings on President Carter, the most incompetent President in our history, and Arafat, one of the worst terrorists to ever exist. While the money would be nice, personally I’d turn it down if taking it placed me in those ranks. Of course, Al Gore managed to find a way out of that trap, by donating his share of the dirty money to a charity he runs. One can only wonder how the most honorable and wise Nobel Prize Committee would have treated Hitler and Stalin.

    the Grit

    the Grit

    October 16, 2007 at 9:57 pm

  6. Hi Grit

    Well said! I’d say you were correct on every point.

    Hitler may take a bit longer, but I expect Stalin should be receiving his honorary prize any year now. I’m sure Putin would be glad to accept the money on his behalf. You know, in the name of peace and all that.

    Lord Crimson

    Lord Crimson

    October 17, 2007 at 10:01 am

  7. Hi LC,

    At least Putin works out. Stalin and Hitler were pudgy wimps. Speaking of Putin, I was pondering his role in the modern world the other day, and it came to me that he could play a significant role in our upcoming Presidential election. Personally, I will find it difficult to cast my vote for any candidate who, when surprised by someone shouting “Putin” against the general run of conversation, can keep a straight face. Consider it a general test for basic humanity.

    the Grit

    the Grit

    October 18, 2007 at 7:02 pm

  8. Hi Grit

    Stalin and Hitler had their own national health plan where people could go and work-out in the labor camps. If you read the fine print you will discover something similar in the Hillary health care plan.

    Putin, what an unfortunate name to be tagged with.

    Lord Crimson

    Lord Crimson

    October 21, 2007 at 1:06 pm

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