Source leaks video of private meeting between Bush and Gore after White House ceremony honoring Nobel Prize winners on Global Warming.·
By Jim Wrenn,
Editor and Washington Bureau Drawer Chief at PoliSat.Com.
November 30, 2007--
Although President Bush and former Vice President Gore have refused to reveal the contents of their private meeting in the Oval Office following the White House ceremony on November 26, 2007, for Gore and other Nobel Peace Prize winners for fighting Global Warming, a video of the meeting leaked exclusively to PoliSat.Com's Washington Bureau Drawer Chief proves that Bush exhibited a commitment to help Gore stop Global Warming. This comes as a shock to those who have heretofore doubted Bush's sincerity in his recent statements that he is committed to help Gore stop Global Warming.
Some political pundits had predicted that because Gore gave a speech in which he said Bush had "betrayed" our country Bush would find an excuse to avoid inviting Gore to the traditional White House ceremony honoring new Nobel Prize winners. However, reports that Bush had in fact re-scheduled the meeting to avoid a conflict that would have prevented Gore from attending quickly ended such speculation.
Details about how Bush would help Gore stop Global Warming were sketchy until release of this video. After viewing it, few could doubt that Bush is now fully committed to helping Gore stop Global Warming.
Meanwhile, to the increasing consternation of supporters of Gore's human-caused Global Warming theory, scientific evidence to the contrary continues mounting-- mild, rather than severe, hurricane seasons in the two years following Katrina (contrary to dire predictions by advocates of Gore's theory), satellite measurements of average annual temperatures in the atmosphere (in contrast to averages of ground-station measurements distorted by proximity to industrialized areas) show that the atmosphere has actually cooled since 1998.
Who will get the prize next year? Rumors abound that it will go to Bush for making the greatest strides in stopping Global Warming since the first UN IPCC report back in 2001. Time will tell.
--Jim Wrenn, Washington Bureau Drawer Chief at PoliSat.Com.
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