Since winning the "Peace Prize," will Gore rely upon MoveOn_Dot_Org for "in kind" support enabling Al Gore to campaign for POTUS once more?·
By Jim Wrenn,
Editor and Washington Bureau Drawer Chief at PoliSat.Com.
Since Gore's won the Oslo "Peace Prize" for making a movie with lies as science disguised, some questions arise: "What's next as his quest for a 'Prize'"? The NutRoots are eager for Gore to tell them he's running once more for POTUS, the "prize" to answer their cries, "America needs to be Gored." From Gore's book contrasting his "Reason" with Bush's "Assault [Against] Reason," the NutRoots believe the country will see in Gore such examples of "Reason."
Though many contend it's too late for Gore to now enter the race, the NutRoots are certain, if Gore raised the curtain, he'd pass all the rest in the race. But where could the saintly Al Gore get more of which others have more-- i.e., campaign funds he'd need if he runs? Think Google and MoveOn_Dot_Org.
The most naive experts think Gore would need far more funds than before and thus they maintain that Feingold/McCain would keep him from getting the "more." They wrongly assume he'd need "more" than what he had needed before. Since Feingold/McCain, "in kind" is the game of Google and Move_On_Dot_Org. So, Candidate Gore wouldn't need the war-chest opponents would need 'cause MoveOn_Dot_Org and Google, of course, "in kind" would attend to his needs.
To those who'd contend it is folly to claim such support could be parleyed from media pawns by Google/MoveOn, just look what they did to Mrs. Collins. When Senator Collins of Maine asked Google to post ads to name the smears and the lies that MoveOn designed against her, said Google, "We ain't." The spurious claim Google made as "grounds" to tell Collins "no way"? That MoveOn_Dot_Org a trademark did form denying her use of it's name.
Yet Google showed lack of compunction to bar ads by Leftists with gumption to trash and defame the well-trademarked name of "Blackwater" smeared with "corruption." Deceptively, Google explained that Blackwater hadn't "complained." Thus, Google concocts that trademarks can stop their critics from showing their names. The reason that Google resorts to legally flimsy retorts ain't hard to dislodge: Their fortune's so large, that few can defeat them in court.
However, a force with more power than armies of lawyers so dour, perhaps could afford relief to the hordes of victims of Google's great power. You ask, "What's that power?" of course, that might make The Google change course. Though cumbersome, yes, quite often it's best: The power of free-market choice. It's true Google's assets are billions; it's users are hundreds of millions; but most of such worth can fleetingly turn to little by actions of millions. Remember when IBM stood on top for computerized goods? Twas toppled by voices of millions of choices selecting competitors' goods.
So, therefore, we're left with the choices: Give up or make Google hear voices of millions of users abstaining as users 'til Google makes fairness its choice.
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--Jim Wrenn, Editor and Washington Bureau Drawer Chief at PoliSat.Com.
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