Gideons out, Gore in

Thursday, May 3rd, 2007 12:21 pm by Neal

Boortz on the religion of global warming.

If there is one thing that is consistent in every hotel room (well, at least in America) it is that you can get your hands on a Holy Bible, typically in the nightstand drawer. Well, one hotel in California has replaced Jesus for Gore…Al Gore that is. You might remember him from such things as serving as the Vice President to the United States, failing to win the bid for presidency in 2000 (ouch) and, oh, leading his latest world-wide campaign against “global warming.”

Gore’s “Inconvenient Truth” must be pretty inconvenient for Jesus who got the boot! The Gaia Napa Valley Hotel and Spa will provide its guests with copies of “An Inconvenient Truth.” This is fanaticism at its best. First it was a slide show, then a book, then a movie about the slide show, then instant Hollywood fame. Now he even gets a hotel. Well isn’t that special.

Maybe I should work with hotels to start replacing their Bibles with The FairTax Book! After all, the vice president of Marriott says, “We have a social responsibility.” If he wants to be responsible, how about saving his company, and his guests, millions of dollars by implementing the FairTax plan. Talk about responsibility.

What’s even more amusing about Al Gore and his global warming campaign is that “going green” is very hip and trendy, particularly among Hollywood celebrities. I know I’m no spring chicken, but Al Gore isn’t what I would consider the beacon of cool and hip either. How did he land such a gig? Maybe it’s the extra 40 lbs and the fake tan…

And hey, I’m not the first to suggest the global warming movement is actually a religion.

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