The drying up a single tear has more of honest fame, than shedding seas of gore.

Bush Sr. was a jerk, Quayle an idiot, Clinton was atrocious and disgusting, most of those who persecuted him were hypocritical, Gore is shallow and weak, Bradley is an idealist, Bush Jr. a fool, and all of the independent candidates act like they're on drugs.

All I really want to be is boring. When people talk about me, I'd like them to say, Carol's basically a short Bill Bradley. Or, Carol's kind of like Al Gore in a skirt.

Al Gore may think Medicare is at a crossroads, but his plan puts it on a highway to bankruptcy.

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What we're seeing early on is Democrats rallying around Al Gore, Republicans rallying around George Bush and the difficulty of anybody else to get any room in the race.

I don't doubt a number of those ballots, of those votes that were cast for me, probably were intended for Vice President Gore.

Bill Bradley is a serious politician and if Al Gore stumbles seriously, then Bradley is there to take advantage of that.

The best thing going for us is Al Gore.

I cannot conceive how the American people could elect him. On the other hand, I couldn't conceive how they could elect a Jimmy Carter or Bill Clinton - especially Clinton in '96.

Obama sounded like Al Gore on global warming.

The more the case for man-made warming falls apart, the more hysterical Gore gets about an imminent catastrophe. The more public support his stimulus bill loses, the more Obama embraces fear-mongering.

The House Democrats don't want Gore humiliated, so they slammed the door of the Capitol in my face. They are cowards.

Al Gore is not just whistling in the wind.

Global warming is for real. Every scientist knows that now, and we are on our way to the destruction of every species on earth, if we don't pay attention and reverse our course.

In my lifetime, we've gone from Eisenhower to George W.

Bush. We've gone from John F. Kennedy to Al Gore. If this is evolution, I believe that in twelve years, we'll be voting for plants.

I definitely gravitate towards quality genre projects and genre of any kind whether it's science fiction, horror or really anything. I'm just drawn to quality. I don't think 'Darkness Falls' is horror; there isn't any gore by any stretch of the imagination.

If Al Gore invented the Internet, I invented spell check.

I'm voting for Gore because the other is unthinkable.

Which most of us will probably do. I hope all of us. I've always liked Ralph Nader and would like to see a real third party, but the thought of George Bush as president is unthinkable.

We need a President who is not afraid of complexity, who believes in an open and tolerant society, and who knows that the world can be made new again - and that President is Al Gore.

Don't forget to vote for Bill Clinton and Al Gore. Stay home if you're voting for Dole.

I've known Al Gore since he was born.

He has been the best little boy, he was a boring child, and he has never done anything wrong.

The Clinton era is over. I think that there would even have been a certain amount of rejoicing among some Republicans if Gore had won or if Ralph Nader had won or if Satan had won.

Gore's problem is that the issues are all on his side.

Gore will not win a popularity contest, he will not win a personality contest, but he can win an idealogical battle, and he can win a battle of experience.

The Olympics are coming... and it's a big problem in American politics, because the problem with holding the Olympics this fall is that we're all going to be focused on the Olympics, and it makes that window of opportunity for Gore to win the election that much smaller.

I would argue that the next President, either Bush or Gore, should strike a 'national' posture, exhibiting generosity toward the defeated opponent, but proceeding with determination to implement an agenda.

In that sense, when a Bush or a Gore, or whomever, goes on David Letterman, that's the news, too.

I think everybody knows that on November 7th more people voted for Al Gore than George Bush, a fact that has been documented time and time again.

And looking at the landslides, you saw how Gore beat Bush so substantially in California.

I've never really worked on them. Just once in a while one hits me and makes me laugh. My Al Gore was sort of like a gay Gomer Pyle.

It's almost like he's started to sound even more exotic the more people started doing him. I don't know why, but there's just something about Al Gore that makes me laugh.

To put that into some perspective, when Bill Clinton and Al Gore had first taken the idea of the Kyoto Protocol up to the Congress, the United States Senate voted it down 95 to nothing.

Just look at who won the third debate between Bush and Gore.

I knew Bush won, because people liked him more. People just didn't like Gore. But all the journalists thought Gore won big, he cleaned the guy's clock.

The whole book experience was a look into another world, the world of Gore Vidal and Norman Mailer.

Through a blog, an ordinary citizen such as myself can use the Internet, this thing invented by Albert Gore, to talk from my house to the U.S. capital and to make use of my right to point out to government officials and to the media when they are wrong.

Al Gore seems to have found a great political ploy: Picking up whatever issue he is most vulnerable on and championing the cause. Perhaps he will start to champion perjury statutes and obstruction of justice.

I think Gore does have to worry. He is tied to Bill Clinton. We know that there were telephone calls that he made from his office. We know that there were visits to the Buddhist temple.

It's difficult to believe that Al Gore was oblivious to the existing laws.

He has to respond at some point.

Mistakes were made is something we heard back in '92, and that has sort of been the Clinton administration's mantra. I can't imagine that Al Gore is going to pick up that statement and carry it through the next election.

One of the most surreal moments in this election was after the third debate, when I heard a talking head say, Al Gore won on substance, on the issues. But you have to give the victory to Bush because he seems presidential.

I look at the Senior Al Gore that I had the chance to serve in the Senate with.

A great human being. He went down to defeat to this right wing bunch back at the time.

The felonious five in their Supreme Court decision never said Gore did anything improperly in Florida.

It's unbelievable, there's a book out attacking Gore, when he's the most unfortunate loser in political history.