Sunday, July 08, 2007

Gore should get death penalty

No not the bleeding-heart liberal ex-VP muppet who makes "documentaries" about wild insane theories and frightens the planet into thinking "global warming" is real (although the world would be better off without crackpots like him), no I'm talking about Al Gore III, his son who was arrested in California early Wednesday morning for suspicion of possessing marijuana and prescription drugs.

Gore III was allegedly driving a blue faggoty Toyota Prius at speeds over 100 mph when he was pulled over around 02:15 on the San Diego freeway. Smelling marijuana, police searched the car and found almost an ounce of marijuana and prescription drugs Xanax, Valium, Vicodin and Adderall, none of which he has a prescription for.

Gore, 24, was released from a men's jail in Santa Ana after posting $20,000 bail. This is the second time he was arrested on a marijuana possession charge. Police in Montgomery County, Md., pulled over Gore in December 2003 and noticed the smell of pot. Police were also tipped off by the open windows and sunroof despite the freezing temperature.

Gore, who at the time was a Harvard university student, and his two male passengers were charged with a misdemeanor count of possession of marijuana and released. The youngest of Al and Tipper Gore's four children then completed substance abuses classes as a pretrial diversion program, before settling the charges.

Gore was also ticketed for reckless driving by North Carolina police in August 2000, and military police arrested him for drunk driving near a military base in Virginia in September 2002. Gore III now lives in Los Angeles and is an associate publisher of GOOD, a magazine about philanthropy aimed at young people.

I think this shows us what damn liberals think of the law. If more were put to death like this repeat-offender then the world would be a petter place.

Source: Fox News

7 comments:

Anonymous said...

...the draconian solution suggested by the author is indeed frightening....Mr. Gore is for the time being presumed innocent....even, however, if he is found guilty, sanctions exist which address the magnitude of the risks individuals who drive above limits and who may be under the influence of mind alterring substances pose....capital punishment as a sanction for any crime should, in my opinion, be abolished....in peace....

Lt. Colonel Creedon said...

It's easy to see you're in the liberal Californian branch of your company. I daresay your colleagues in the Texas branch would agree with me.

sith apologist said...

Just a quick question for the Lt.Col:
what would your stance to be if, say, a country you served were to prohibit alcohol?
I'm curious as to your stance :-)

Lt. Colonel Creedon said...

Then I'd not have the problem getting up on Monday morning as I do now ;)

Civilian Overseer said...

I suggest that the Lt.Col as a self professed champion of freedom read the document that embodies those freedoms which he professes to stand for, the American Constitution.

Anonymous said...

the only constitution he needs to worry bout is the Irish one, which doesn't include capital punishment as a legal form of punishment...even though it should in some cases which i wont bother listing out.....

Civilian Overseer said...

"even though it should in some cases which i wont bother listing out....."

like the time the Lt.Col abandoned Guns on the killing fields of South Tip.