Al Gore’s Religious Snake Oil

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Don’t you love it when liberals who defend abortion and crusade for homosexual parodies of marriage suddenly start telling you how to be a Christian?

And don’t you wish Democrats who fail in their bids for the White House would just dry up and blow away?

Thanks to reader “Unknowable” for tipping us off to this latest Third Commandment violation by former presidential also-ran Al Bore. I mean Gore: sorry for the typo, but it’s too true to delete.

Hyping the release of his new Global Warming scare-fest movie, zillionaire Al says he speaks for God when he demands we turn our civilization inside-out to fight that devil, Climbit Change ( We have, he says, “a moral imperative” to do what he says… incidentally making him even richer.

(*Sigh* I was so happy writing about yellow cardinals. Why don’t these people just shut up?)

I don’t believe it’s possible anymore for a leftid to speak God’s name without taking it in vain. I am reminded of Bill Clinton lugging around that big old Bible in between trysts with Monica Lewinsky in the Oral Office. Oops, should be Oval Office. Just can’t seem to type today.

This is the same false prophet and B.S. merchant Gore who predicted that New York would be like Daytona Beach by 2015. How many predictions does he have to get wrong before we laugh him off the stage? This is a guy who looks into a mirror when he prays.

And this is what a sinful people gets by way of leadership. It’s God’s way of telling us we’d better clean up our act.

2 comments on “Al Gore’s Religious Snake Oil

  1. I would say that Al might be talking, not with the Creator, but with the god of this fallen world. One thing you can rely upon is that people will keep pushing until they take things to far. If Al Gore is implying the backing of the One True God, then he has crossed a line. Falsely proclaiming oneself a prophet was a death penalty matter under the Law of Moses and Deuteronomy 18:22 gives us a simple way to know a false prophet: “when a prophet speaks in the name of the LORD, if the word does not come to pass or come true, that is a word that the LORD has not spoken; the prophet has spoken it presumptuously. You need not be afraid of him.”

    Hmmmm? How is Al’s track record on prediction? From what I can tell, it’s not at all good. If one predicts and those predictions fail, then they are not predictions backed by God. What is the fate of a false prophet? Deuteronomy 18:20 states: “But the prophet who presumes to speak a word in my name that I have not commanded him to speak, or who speaks in the name of other gods, that same prophet shall die.” Saying “We’re on a mission from God” might have made great comedy in the Blues Brothers movie, but saying it seriously is not something to be taken lightly.

    I will be watching this with great interest. I also won’t be hanging around the vicinity of any politician whom invokes God in such a manner, unless I am within a Faraday Cage (for lightning protection).

  2. Your ‘typos’ gave me my best laugh today. Thanks, Lee 🙂 Al loves to hear himself talk, even if no one else does. And I think you’re spot on about the mirror.

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