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6/24/10

Covered Up: "Sex Crazed Poodle" Al Gore Sex Harassment Scandal Years Ago

Just like the John Edwards scandal... Two years ago a woman filed a police report that "sex crazed poodle" Al Gore fondled and groped her during a massage session in unwanted sexual advances. The liberal media refused to report it, even though they were completely aware of the story. The National Enquirer recently picked up on the story.

The Portland Tribune admits they knew about the police report 2 years ago but "chose at that time not to publish a story." Why? The same reason given the liberal media gave us for covering up the John Edwards story for so long: "...many of the test points that we would normally have to determine whether there was sufficient evidence that something inappropriate had occurred... We weren’t able to meet our own test." (via Politico)

Ever since Gore's slobbering make-out with his wife at the DNC, the media has cheered his marriage with Tipper (whom he recently divorced.) The Washington Post on NPR said "bravo to them" and "40 years together is still a victory and an accomplishment" after the divorce. The Washington Post went to great lengths to spin the divorce as a triumph for Al Gore because it undermines traditional marriage:

Separation and divorce are supposed to be bad. Marriage is a sacrament to many, a promise and a moral commitment to God and each other. Certainly everyone I talked to was shocked that the Gores were letting go of that commitment. "How sad" was their initial reaction.

But there's another way to look at it. The Gores have handled their decision to separate with dignity and grace. In doing so, they have given us all a great gift -- an opportunity for a deeply important and mature conversation about the changing nature of marriage in a time when women have equal opportunities, when people are getting married later in life and when life expectancy is much longer.

Not only should we respect their decision, but in some ways we should rejoice in it.

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