Who thinks Gore comes in late?

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    Perhaps another Clinton/Gore ticket?
    No matter what he says now, who knows what pressure he'll get later...
     
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    he lost to the shrub...no way the fat man wins
     
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    Make a bumper sticker. You never know though, being freed from the constraints of public office can allow for a more engaging profile, Gore has been 'Cartering' around and who knows which way the warm wind blows?

    If I ran his show, I'd set it up as if he was reluctantly thrust into running by legions of visionary youth...
     
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    IMO, the chances are slim to none he gets into elected office ever again...

    But then again, thats just my gut feeling.
     
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    He seems way more popular now than when he was VP... and he did alright last election he was in, he wouldn't need to do much better.
     
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    He only needs 51% of the vote in eleven states to be President.
    That's less than a third of the popular vote...even if every adult voted.

    Sounds easy enough...
     
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    Would that really be hard to do? i mean how popular was he before really?
     
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    I don't think it matters whether or when Gore enters the race. He has no chances of getting the nomination.
     
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    Wasn't he just about as popular as Bush? Around 49/51 split?
    And that was old Gore... new Gore has personbality, a mission, romantic psoitioning... it's all about positioning and momentum. Just ask Bush's dad about Ross Perot.
     
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    First, Al Bore will have to leave the All You Can Eat buffet to campaign

    Watching him waddle around the country, that will not happen
     

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