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Endorsement Envy?

Sooo – it’s been put out that no one should expect an endorsement from Al.


He’s the most prominent Democrat yet to take a side in the presidential election, but two sources close to Al Gore tell us not to expect the former vice president to endorse either Hillary Clinton or Barack Obama any time during the primary season.

If an agreement needs to be struck between Clinton and Obama down the road, Gore is in position to be the likely facilitator of that discussion.

Gore also will want to work closely with whoever wins the nomination to promote an environmental agenda.

Perhaps the commenter in the thread below should read one of the comments at CNN’s Political Ticker on the Al Gore story. Welll, unless of course it was all tongue-in-cheek

February 11, 2008 5:28 pm ET – Eric in Texas.
We Latino’s (sic) in Texas need to come together and vote obama. I was leaning toward hilary till I see she forced our fellow latino (sic) Solis Doyle to step down (fired for all purposes). Is this what we can expect. Hilary giving us Latino voters promises and then when she gets our vote, throwing us to the side because she got what she wanted. We need to come together as Latino’s and make a stand. I am voting obama.

According to our commenter, yep. Ya do whatcha gotta do to win.


One Response

  1. If I were Al Gore I’d stay the hell out of it, too! 😉

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