Friday, May 19, 2006

An Inconvenient Truth

Go see this movie!!!

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Anonymous said...

Acording to that trailer, it looks like it's going to suck living on an island ^^; Good luck with that.

Anonymous said...

Gee, too bad Al Gore didn't get elected back in 2000. That would obviously solve all of our problem, right? Nothing like taking a film that looks like it could be a tool to bring us as a country together and using it for political gain, Angelo.

Look, God knows I'm no George Bush fan, but it seems a bit much to include a "Thanks, George Bush" tag without a "Thanks, Bill Clinton" tag, too. Gore, in the trailer, said this is not a *political* problem. While more of the global warming problem can probably laid at the feet of the Republicans, the Democrats are hardly free of blame. After all Clinton was in the White House for 40 percent of the last decade, and eight of the last 14 years.

With this kind of political polarization -- with Ds and Rs both believing they're 100 percent correct and the other side is 100 percent incorrect -- we'll never get anything accomplished.

Of course, maybe that's what both sides want...

Saipan Chamoale said...

I pity the fool who comments anonymously.

Thanks, Ronald Reagan

Saipan Chamoale said...

Click HERE to see why the anonymous commenter is just talking politics

Thanks, Dick Cheney

Gene said...

Believe what you want, Angelo. If it helps you sleep at night to brand me "Ronald Reagan" and "Dick Cheney," go right ahead.

You'd probably be surprised who I voted for in the last four Presidential elections. Hint: None of them had an "R" after their name, three of them had a "D" after their name, and one of them was a Libertarian.

Yeah, I'm posting anonymously, but that's because you don't know me. If I had said my name is Gene, would you have taken me any more seriously?

Those on both sides of the aisle, Democrat and Republican alike, are responsible for this country being where it is today, environmentally, socially, politically, everything. While you can deny it, that doesn't make it less true.

That said, I enjoy reading your blog. And I do plan on seeing Gore's movie in the theater, provided it shows up in my podunk, redneck town.

Gene said...

By the way, my interest in your blog came about when you were in Japan. I was a JET, and I lived on Guam for three years, so I do enjoy your blog. I just don't see eye to eye with you about everything that's wrong with America being the fault of just one political party.

Gene said...

Finally, seems like Gore actually agrees with my anonymous comment, which you said was "just talking politics." From the CNN story you linked, Gore said:

"I'm a grandfather and he's a father and this should not be a political issue," Gore said.

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