Right-Wing Spokesman Steltzer Wants Gore for U.S. President

6 de junio de 2007

<body><div id="article"><tr><td height="23" valign="middle" width="184"></td><td valign="middle" width="185"></td></tr><h1>Right-Wing Spokesman Steltzer Wants Gore for U.S. President</h1><p>June 6, 2007 (LPAC)--In the middle of a fatuous, favorable comparison of the British Prime Ministerial system to the U.S. Presidential system, appearing as an op-ed in The Daily Telegraph entitled, "Al waits in the wings as Hillary and Barack battle it out," Irwin Steltzer plumps for an Al Gore Presidency. Steltzer, formerly one of Rupert Murdoch's darlings and international representative of the neo-con Henry Jackson Society, is now at the far-right Hudson Institute.</p><p>Leaving the duck-soup of the present election hopefuls in a few short sentences, Steltzer writes: "But all of the efforts of all of these candidates might be for naught. Fred Thompson, on the Republican side, and Al Gore, on the Democratic side, have been watching in amusement. After short shrift to Thompson, Steltzer concludes with four paragraphs on his flatulence, Al Gordo.</p><p>"Hollywood stars, starlets and moguls stand with chequebooks at the ready should the fortune Gore has made on his Google shares need supplementing," Steltzer intones. Not only does Al Gordo think he is the only person who can save the world, "equally important is the former Vice-President's intense hatred of the Clintons, especially Bill," for his reasons to run.</p></div></body>