Monday, June 18, 2007

Pay attention to ME

Al Gore is "enraged" that the media isn't paying attention to him.

AL GORE is a man on a mission to save the planet – and is enraged that everyone else seems more interested in saving Paris Hilton.

The former US Vice President turned environmental campaigner is doing his best to raise awareness about global warming.

He believes we have just TEN YEARS to begin saving the planet before it is too late.

But he struggles to get his message across when TV networks are donating the majority of their airtime to American socialite Paris Hilton’s stint behind bars.

The planet is in distress and all of the attention is on Paris Hilton. We have to ask ourselves what is going on here?” (emphasis original)

Therein lies our salvation. Not in Americans waking up to the hoax that is global warming; not in Al Gore's elitist hypocrisy being revealed; not in the climate itself proving us wrong. Our salvation lies in the absolute indifference of the average American.

Our obsession with Paris Hilton is our only hope and avoiding the enviro-tyranny proposed by the "Green" socialist left. How...sad.

2 comments:

Anonymous said...

He has a point. We have legitimate problems; problems that will impact our kids and grandchildren and generations to come.

Yet, Paris Hilton dominated most newscycles.

What you deem 'indifference' is actually the dumbing down of America.

--Jadegold

k2aggie07 said...

Indifference or stupidity, its net effect is insular. In this day and age, with a media blinded by leftist bias, that can only be a good thing.

I don't really agree that we have huge problems that will impact our kids and grandkids...other than the "problem" of militant Jihadism. But that was our great-great-great-great-grandfather's problem -- ever since the time of the crusades.

Nothing this generation or any other will do will fix global climate change (any more than Leif Erickson could) or wars. They're facts of (human) nature.

You may as well enjoy the news of Paris Hilton. It does about as much good as voting or calling your senator anyway.