I gave you the internet and I can take it away.
"Remember America, I gave you the Internet and I can take it away."The #9 item on the "Top 10 Rejected Gore-Lieberman Campaign Slogans," read by Al Gore on the "Late Show with David Letterman"Should this be higher or lower?
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... I took the initiative in creating the internet.
"During my service in the United States Congress I took the initiative in creating the Internet."During a 1999 interview with CNN's Wolf BlitzerShould this be higher or lower?
Hillary clinton, I want to fight for you.''
"I did think it was effective when I weaved in stories of real people in the audience and their everyday challenges. Like the woman here tonight whose husband is about to lose his job. She's struggling to get out of public housing and get a job of her own. Hillary Clinton, I want to fight for you.''At the 2000 Al Smith DinnerShould this be higher or lower?
But I assure you, we will not let the glaciers win.
"In the last six years, we have been able to stop global warming. No one could have predicted the negative results of this. Glaciers that once were melting are now on the attack. As you know, these renegade glaciers have already captured parts of upper Michigan and northern Maine. But I assure you, we will not let the glaciers win."Addressing the nation as if he were president on Saturday Night LiveShould this be higher or lower?
The "funny" quotes by former Vice President Al Gore are a rare compendium. Stupid quotes from Al Gore are abound, but never seem to be publicized enough, no matter how unfunny they may be! Al Gore is noted for his gaffes, silly flubs and boasts among other things that he has achieved so far. While he may be an oscar and nobel prize winner, Al Gore proves you can win awards and still put your foot in your mouth. Al Gore's gaffes seem to be very real clues to the inner man. Here's the former VP putting his foot in his mouth or trying to be funny and failing.