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GUEST,Frank Hamilton BS: 'An Inconvenient Truth'-banned (221* d) RE: BS: 'An Inconvenient Truth'-banned 28 Jan 07


Truther, you are wrong. Bush was never duly elected but ramrodded through an illegal election based on crooked electronic voting machines and a corrupted US Supreme Court decision.


"Al Gore's a pro rassler who took a dive in the 2000 election and now shills for the big-money "fix-it" corporations that are going to tax you til you bleed to fix a non-existent problem. What a whore. His movie is bad science, he's a bad actor, he's a GOOD whore though, and he's not worth any more effort from these digits."

As for his movie being bad science, let's see you prove it. Today's atmosphere being dictated by religious wing-nuts have denegrated science to such a degree that it's impossible to give scientists their just due. "Creationism" and the vapidity of "Intelligent Design" have polluted the discussion to such a degree that there is an attempt to smash Galilleo's telescope once again. The majority of credible scientists in the US support Gore's conclusion and recommend his film for its authority and common scientific sense.

As to the implication of "corporatism" to Al Gore, that's not his fault. The whole electoral system has been contaminated by lobbyists and those who hold the purse-strings are unfortunately from K-Street. But the point is being missed. Gore has gone against the corporate interests in this film and the most static that you here are from those who have a vested interest in keeping the oil, coal and nuke industry alive and eschewing alternative energy sources.

Frank Hamilton


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