Al Gore sends fundraising email for DCCC

Ever wonder what happened to that guy? Here he is asking me for a donation:

Back in Tennessee there’s an old saying: When you have the facts on your side, argue the facts. When you have the law on your side, argue the law. When you have neither, holler.

That pretty much defines the Republican opposition to President Obama’s agenda for change and their strategy for the 2010 campaign — a whole lot of hollering to obscure their real goal, which is to restore the very same policies followed for eight years by the Bush-Cheney White House — and actually promising more of the same.

We cannot afford to let that happen.

Gore’s appeal states that the D-Trip is $650,000 short of its goal for the month, and he needs my help.

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