Al Gore

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Vice President of the United States under Bill Clinton (born in 1948)

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The one thing you can't question about Al Gore is his passion.
Monckton has been properly critical of the Stern Review and Al Gore for their many unwarranted assumptions.
Drop Out: Many Nader supporters, aware of the threat he posed to Al Gore, switched their vote to Gore in states where Nader's vote threatened to put Bush ahead of Gore.
Not in the world of Bill Clinton, Al Gore, and Joe Lieberman.
With the number of Americans on Medicare expected to double in the next 35 years, Al Gore has stepped up and taken responsibility by proposing a Medicare Lock Box that would insure Medicare surpluses are used for Medicare--and not for pork barrel spending or tax giveaways.
The platforms of Vice President Al Gore and Texas Governor George W.
Caple: More headlines again this morning in respect to the Al Gore problem.
The voting public thus far has made the presidential race difficult for Al Gore and George Bush because it hasn't set the issues yet.
Bush --gobernador de Texas-- por el Partido Republicano y el vicepresidente Al Gore por el Partido Democrata.
How can the Tennessean be objective as far as Al Gore is concerned?
The Bush-Quayle White House team, unequivocally hostile to these values, was replaced by Bill Clinton and Al Gore, both of whom oppose tax credit for sectarian schools and favor freedom of conscience on abortion.
Video Contest Endorsed By Al Gore Kicks off the New Year with Simple, Stylish Solutions to Global Warming
Congressman Howard Berman, who once decided to bring along his friend, 2000 Democratic nominee for President Al Gore.
But this is in keeping, in a sense, with Al Gore, the man who in a 1999 interview with Wolf Blitzer on CNN said, "During my service in the United States Congress, I took the initiative in creating the Internet.