Will Al GoreAlbert (Al) Arnold GoreGinsburg calls proposal to eliminate Electoral College 'more theoretical than real' Difference between primaries and caucuses matters in this election Emma Thompson pens op-ed on climate change: 'Everything depends on what we do now' MORE run? That's the big question. Would he like to? Of course. But he is in his element, traveling the world, giving his lecture on global warming, and ready to walk the red carpet at the Academy Awards. And what a reception he is getting; he even had 10,000 people in Boise, Idaho cheering him on!
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And Latest News: The new blockbuster report from the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, the group of hundreds of scientists from 113 countries, gives ample evidence that Al Gore was ahead of his time on this issue and right all along.
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And on the Iraq war, Gore spoke out early and often. Again, he was right. Can you imagine how different the country and the world would be if Al Gore was elected by the Supreme Court in 2000? I'm sure he can.
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One big factor: He has the luxury of time, he can wait longer than all of the other candidates to get into the race. If he runs he will raise the money, make no mistake; he will put together an operation, better than last time; he will be a better candidate, no question.
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If he has the fire, he would be a formidable foe in the primary season. In 1988 the Democratic field was known as the seven dwarfs. This year, with Al Gore and the other candidates, it could be the seven giants.