|Is Al Gore the God of this world? So far Al Gore or a member of his
family (immediate or extended) seems to have taken credit for every modern invention or had a part in
every piece of beneficial social legislation.
From Al Gore's "I invented the Internet" to his debate comment that Tipper influenced
legislation on parental warnings on CD labels. Come on, when is enough is enough? When is Al Gore going to
be exposed? He claims to have had a hand in creating this modern world we now live in. Is this his
creation? Is Al Gore so far removed from the constituents, that his only way to connect is by creating
these mythological connections to the people? Do we really need another pathological liar for president?
FICTION: Al Gore recently claimed that his mother-in-law pays more than $100.00 for the arthritis
medicine Lodine; and he claims that his dog takes the same medicine for $37.00, claiming "This is
FACT: Gore's aides were quick to apologize for Gore's lie, saying the information was from a Democratic
study. Washington newspapers also reported that Al Gore wasn't even sure his mother-in-law was taking any
medication and wasn't even sure she had arthritis. And, he doesn't know anything about his dog's
FICTION: Al Gore said his father, a senator, was a champion of civil rights during the 1960s.
FACT: Gore's father voted against the landmark Civil Rights Act of 1964 and was a racist who was fond
of using the "N" word.
FICTION: Al Gore said that his sister was the very first person to join the Peace Corps.
FACT: By the time Gore's sister joined the Peace Corps, there were already over 100 members.
FICTION: The same sister died of lung cancer years later and Gore vowed to never accept tobacco money
as campaign contributions.
FACT: Just four years later, while campaigning for office, Gore spoke to the tobacco industry and said
he was one of them because "I've planted it, raised it, cut it, and dried it." He raised over
$100,000 in "reported" contributions.
FICTION: While running for office, Gore's campaign literature claimed he was a "brilliant
FACT: Washington newspapers said he barely passed Harvard and consistently earned D's and C's.
FICTION: Gore claims an extensive knowledge of law as a result of his extensive study at law school.
FACT: Al Gore dropped out of law school.
FICTION: Gore claimed that his knowledge of God and spirituality came to complete fruition while
"finishing" divinity school.
FACT: Al Gore dropped out of divinity school.
FICTION: Al Gore claimed responsibility for inventing the Internet in the 1990s.
FACT: Shocked scientists were quick to speak out, explaining that the
Internet had been in widespread use by government and educational
institutions since the early 1970s.
FICTION: Al Gore claimed the book Love Story was based on his life and Tipper's.
FACT: Author Erich Segal called a press conference to deny his claim. Couldn't he at least lie about a
love story where his sweetheart doesn't die?"
FICTION: Gore claimed that as a reporter for a Nashville newspaper, his stories led to the arrests of
numerous corrupt criminals.
FACT: He later apologized for his claim and actually said it was untrue (also known as lying).
FICTION: Gore claims to increase diversity in the staff that follows him daily, especially among
FACT: Black members of the Secret Service are suing because they claim they are not being promoted to
positions guarding the vice-president.
FICTION: Al Gore said he was the first to discover the Love Canal pollution.
FACT: The incident was already discovered, being investigated, and covered widely in the press for many
months before Gore was even aware of it.
FICTION: Gore said just recently that if elected president, he would put harsh sanctions on the sleazy
producers of Hollywood's extreme sex and violence.
FACT: Just six days later, Gore attended a fundraiser by Hollywood producers and radical gay activists
where he told them that he would only pretend to "nudge them" if elected. He raised over $4
FICTION: Al Gore said he built his Tennessee home with his bare hands.
FACT: Totally false!
FICTION: Al Gore says parents should not have a choice between private and public schools because
public schools are far better.
TRUTH: Al Gore attended private school and he has sent his children to private schools.
FICTION: At a union function Al Gore remembered his mother lulling him to sleep as a baby singing the
popular ditty, "Wear The Union Label".
FACT: The popular ditty was created by the unions when Gore was 27 years old.
FICTION: Al Gore claimed to cosponsor the McCain-Feingold Campaign Reform Act.
FACT: The Act was not sponsored until he had been out of office for over a year.
FICTION: Al Gore claims to be instrumental in keeping gas prices low.
FACT: Gore has voted on numerous occasions to raise the tax on gasoline. In his book Earth In The
Balance Gore claims that the nation's number one enemy is the internal combustion engine. (That's the
motor in your vehicle that gets you to work and takes your kids to school.)
FICTION: Gore pretends to champion the rights of poor women to be tested regularly for breast cancer
with the most modern technology.
FACT: While giving a speech on the subject in September 2000, Gore didn't know what a mammogram was.
FICTION: AL Gore promised Florida's senior citizens that they would finally have low-cost drugs with no
interference from government.
FACT: Gore's plan calls for the creation of a huge federal agency that would tell you which doctor you
are allowed to see in order to get the "special rates".
FACT: Al Gore told NBC's Lisa Meyers that he had never told a lie. When Meyers pressed harder,
"You've never told a lie?" Gore said, "Not that I know of." Sound familiar?
Al Gore gave a big speech in October 2000 about how his faith is so "important" to him. In
this attempt to convince the American people that we should consider him for president, he announced that
his favorite Bible verse is John 16:3. Of course, the speech writer meant John 3:16, but nobody in the
Gore camp was familiar enough with scripture to catch the error. And do you know what John 16:3 says? John
16:3 says: "And they will do this because they have not known the Father nor Me."