Monday, April 14, 2008

Pat Robertson, Al Sharpton and Al Gore walk into a bar

Stop Eli if you've heard this one before, but it is what happens in a new ad by the Alliance for Climate Protection.

The public-service announcement - apparently Gore was directing - is meant to show that people who don't agree on much can still agree that the environment is important.
UPDATE: Rabett Run is now showing this ad in the upper left corner.


Anonymous said...

Al Gore is smart... he realizes that AGW must come out of the partisan sphere.

I only hope Robertson doesn't stab him in the back, or converts back... from what I hear his 'conversion' was only due to an unusually warm summer. IOW, we don't know what was the real reason behind it.


Anonymous said...

Why is science news is full of the following recently?

The link between global warming and hurricanes is not proven. Global warming is not proven, it may be climate change. Climate change may be natural. CO2 may not be the cause of global warming if it exists. Who are we to believe?

bi -- Intl. J. Inact. said...

As John Mashey said:

Opinions of

Anonymous said...

Al Gore was so full of shit he blocked the head when he went for a dump and consequently got barred from the pub.

EliRabett said...

Anon, first of all you need to take a name at the door (read the request), second, you need to read about AlGorithms. bi has a fine take on this

bi -- Intl. J. Inact. said...

"bi has a fine take on this"


(Anyway, the link looks broken, so here it is again...)

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EliRabett said...

Some Anonymous posted- -

"I don't need to mention a name, it ain't Soviet Russia"

Nope dud, it's Rabett Run, and you are gone

John Mashey said...

A day ago, I almost fell out of my chair when I saw another commercial in this series, with Nancy Pelosi and Newt Gingrich:

Given Newt's history with science, this is interesting.

Kit Stolz said...

Like most here, I'm confident global warming is underway, and thank Al Gore for his efforts bringing the dangers of inaction to our far be it from me to tell him how to publicize this crisis...but I don't like this ad.

I can't the view of either speaker seriously: two wrongs dont' make a right.