Jun 16

Yesterday, Newsbusters asked, “Will Widespread Global Cooling Reports Freeze Al Gore Media Credibility?” Perhaps so.  AP:

NASHVILLE – Senate Republicans have rejected a resolution urging the erection on Tennessee Capitol grounds of statues to honor the state’s two Nobel Peace Prize winners, Al Gore and Cordell Hull.

The Senate voted 15-14 on the resolution sponsored by Democratic Sen. Andy Berke of Chattanooga, but measures need at least 17 votes to pass. The House earlier passed the resolution unanimously.

Methinks this is a more apt statue of Al Gore anyway…

Frozen Al Gore

Hat tip: Climate Change Fraud

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6 Responses to “Tennessee Senate rejects Capitol statue for Gore”

  1. Brian G Valentine says:


    Tough luck, Al Gore – sh*t head

    The statue would have been pulled down by a Tennessee National Guard tank, anyway – Saddam-in-Firdos-Square style, compliments of the People of Tennessee and their gratitude for a “carbon tax”


  2. Jason says:

    Common sense does reign in American! Too bad it has to be south of D.C. I think they would spend more money protecting an Al Gore statue from vandals then it would be worth putting up in the first place. When you can’t throw stink eggs at the real thing, might as well go after his bronze avatar.


  3. Lemon says:

    Tennessee didn’t even vote for Al Gore when he ran for POTUS. And Al never lived there until he had to – he was raised as a kid in DC and still maintains his main residence in Virginia and has a condo in SF. He really didn’t know he had a polluting zinc mine on his property cause he just didn’t know.


  4. Lemon says:

    I posted a thing yesterday about how uninterested I am anymore – there is nothing now to debate.
    10 years of billions of people spewing CO2 from their lungs, many more billions of mammals and insects doing the same, and 10s of millions of vehicles doing the same (rather than spewing CO thanks to catalytic converters). And the temps are almost exactly what they were 100 years ago.
    A proof is a proof when it’s proven (said a former Cdn Prime Minister). And it’s proven that CO2 has no effect on global temperatures.
    It’s time to devote our energies to something more useful – like throwing class action suits willy nilly against all those who reduced economic development and increased costs by pushing a fraud down our innards.


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