Liberals Against Gore -
Withering Expose Of VP
In Devastating New Book
Carl Limbacher and Staff
If Gore loses this race - it looks increasingly likely that he will - it may be due to the stubborn support liberal activist Ralph Nader continues to receive.
The major press isn't reporting this, but the left wing of the Democratic Party doesn't trust Al Gore.
In fact, a new book out by syndicated columnist Alexander Cockburn and CounterPunch editor Jeffrey St. Clair lays out the liberal case against Gore.
In Cockburn and St. Clair's "Al Gore: A User's Manual" the two claim, "Al Gore distills in his single person the disrepair of liberalism in America today, and almost every unalluring feature of the Democratic Party."
With these words, two of the great muckrakers of our time begin the first, most unsparing examination of the personal and political record of this man who was raised from birth to be president of the United State.
Cockburn and St. Clair reveal clearly that one of Al Gore's distinctive personality traits from childhood has been his tendency to exaggerate his accomplishments.
What sort of a man is Al Gore? What's his real political record?
The book sheds new light on:
* How Al Gore and his father got on the payroll of one of America's most ruthless tycoons, Armand Hammer
* How Al Gore has relentlessly exploited his sister's death and son's accident for personal political advantage
* How Al Gore violated the most basic journalistic ethics by helping the cops run a sting operation on a black politician in Nashville
* How Al Gore played midwife to the MX missile
* How Al Gore became a soul brother of Newt Gingrich
* How Al Gore race-baited Jesse Jackson and introduced George Bush to Willie Horton
* How Al Gore shopped his vote in support of the Gulf War to get prime-time coverage for his speech
* How Al Gore pushed Clinton into destroying the New Deal
* How Al Gore plotted to stop Democrats from recapturing Congress in 1996 in order to keep his rival Dick Gephardt from becoming Speaker of the House
* How Al Gore leached campaign donations from nearly every corporate lobbyist in D.C. and broke pledge after pledge to protect the environment.
We all know some liberals. As broadcasting legend Barry Farber once said, it's OK to have liberals around: "they're good for research and breeding purposes." recommends this new book, to find out why liberals are voting for Nader and why Gore doesn't measure up, and to share with liberal friends who are supporting Gore - for research purposes, of course.
"Al Gore: A Users Manual" now available from store at a price cheaper than Amazon!
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