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Al Gore, the former Vice President of the United States, speaks on the final night of the Democratic National Convention in Denver, August 28, 2008.
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Pure drivel

The most boring and uninteresting man who has ever walked the earth. Sad to hear the words pour from his mouth like dry sand. Ugh.

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A Thoughtful and Inspiring Endorsement of Obama

As you'd expect from any DNC speech, this one endorses Obama. But beyond that, it is a thoughtful presentation that touches on matters of substance and is a true model for the way all political speeches should be. It speaks to issues that matter, it offers hope, it challenges its audience to participate, and while it speaks to opponents, it doesn't go out of its way to malign them. It doesn't need to. It has enough substance of its own to offer that it doesn't make its point on cute little jabs at others.