Al Gore on Saturday Night Live

Hehe. Very good.

Via C&L.

3 Responses to “Al Gore on Saturday Night Live”

  1. mike shaw says:

    I am really wishing he was president. Can you imagine Bush having enough humility to do the same?

  2. Mark Soper says:

    It’s very telling that SNL reran this episode on Saturday, September 9th (the Saturday before 9/11), because it perfectly captured how the left ignores the war on terror and imagines economic miracles without any rational explanation. Thank God it wasn’t ‘President Gore’ who was really at the helm 5 years ago.

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