A BuzzFlash Editorial
Welcome Back, Al Gore!
April 14, 2002
Al Gore Came Out Swinging at the Florida Democratic Convention. We have three articles on BuzzFlash.com about his remarks, in which he came out of hibernation and gave the Bush administration a lashing. One word of advice Al, show some courage and attack Bush's foreign policy. Anyone who was President after September 11th would be appropriately anti-terrorist. That doesn't make Bush a leader. The reality is that he has been a bumbler through the Middle East and managed to lead an airstrike assault on a pre-stone age country. That's not leadership.
In any case, Al's "coming out" speech in Florida reminds BuzzFlash that you might want to remember the stolen election of 2000 by reading:
"Too Close to Call" or "Grand Theft 2000." Both are available on the BuzzFlash page by copying this URL and going to:
By the way, they celebrated the restoration of democracy in Venezuela, after a CIA sponsored coup failed. "Venezuela would not tolerate an autocracy," Mr Chavez said, once inside the palace. Too Bad BuzzFlash Can't Say the Same for Residents of Our Own "Land of the Free." The day after the Federalist Society Supreme Court judges stole the election for Bush, it was business as usual in America.
We have several articles on the restoration of democracy in Venezuela up on BuzzFlash. Fortunately, Mr. Chavez was not forced to "commit suicide," as Salvador Allende was, and lived to return to the position he was democratically elected to hold.
Whatever, you think of Mr. Chavez, if you believe in democracy, you believe the Bush Administration and the CIA don't have a right to undo the will of the Venezuelan people. Of course, having obtained power through a Supreme Court coup in the U.S., the Bush team doesn't really care about such subtleties.
Just some thoughts for the day from BuzzFlash.com...
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