Democratic Congressman Pushes for Gore to Run Again

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    wednesday, March 15, 2006

    WASHINGTON — Democrat Al Gore, who in 2000 lost one of the closest presidential elections in U.S. history to Republican George W. Bush, should run for president in 2008, a congressman said Wednesday.

    Questioned about the contest, Democratic Rep. Jim Moran of Virginia said: "I'd like to see him get into the race."

    "He won the popular vote in 2000, and I think he's even stronger and more committed," Moran said Wednesday on C-SPAN's Washington Journal. "But you know, he's got his own life and it's his decision to make."

    Gore has retreated into private life in Tennessee since his contested loss to Bush in the 2000 election. But the former vice president occasionally delivers spirited speeches criticizing Bush administration policies and promoting his views on foreign policy, the environment and other issues.

    Last weekend, Gore returned to Florida where he lost the presidency by a few hundred votes to campaign for Democratic Sen. Bill Nelson. During the trip, Gore jokingly referred to himself as "a recovering politician."

    A spokesman for Gore had no immediate reaction to Moran's comments.,2933,188020,00.html

    Oh boy, let the looney toons race begin.. Let's see it will be.

    Lurch John F Kerry
    Hilltery Clinton
    Al Bore
    Russ Feingoldflake
    the breck girl Johnny Edwards
    Howey Dean the scream
    hummmmm, I wonder if the revvvvvvvnd Al Sharpton will run?
    Heck I think ole Scary Reid and Botox Nancy Pelosi should jump in there also..

    ok, I was bored so I made up their names just a little. :laugh:

    Truth IS........... this IS all my pet names for them.. :rotflmao:
    Let The Looney Race Begin.

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