Although we can argue forever, the claim of the former Vice President, he IS getting a wee bit closer to winning his victory. On June 6th of this year, the organizers of the "Webby Awards" for online achievements, will give Algore "a lifetime achievement award for three decades of contributions to the Internet". They will also distribute barf bags to the audience members. When the Internet was created Algore was but a youth of twenty-one. Before the age of thirty, he was a fully functioning United States Congressman, and was ready and able to usurp credit for the work of a military project under a Pentagon task force, which did the grunt work of "Internet Inventing" eight years prior to Gore's election. Taking a lesson from another southern former congressman turned senator, Bye Bye Byrdie, who is infamous for financing with other states' money, the four lane "highways to nowhere" throughout West Virginia, Algore outdid even the Byrd by inventing and building the "Information Super Highway". Unfortunately for the would be United States President, somewhere along that Super Highway, between Tennessee and West Virginia, Mr. VP Algore crashed and burned in the year 2000.
It seems that some in the blogoshere are pleased with the "Webby Awards" selection. A moonbat named "nonny" at ANONYMOSES writes
Gore to Get Lifetime Award for Internet, while Bush still tries to make money for Oil CompaniesHey, Moonbats, you forgot the "Moonbat Yell" -- "Halliburton!" Think you can guess which blog won the Webby Awards? BOING - GO!
If Bush weren't dyslexic, would he then read the Internets?
The Man who won the Popular vote in 2000, and who should be president, has received some of the honors he deserves. Meanwhile Bush is trying his best to bring America to its knees, and doing a pretty good job. Under Clinton, no one would have thought or predicted the decline or demise of America. Not so anymore. And if we are stupid enough to elect another Republican after George, the nails in the coffin of our dying country will be hammered shut, and down we go. I'm reminded of a scene in "Patch Adams" where the nefarious administrator is trying to tell Patch how it is done, and Patch says bluntly, "But you suck at it!" Republicans: You suck at governing. Under your daft "leadership" there is no chance of there being exuberance, rational or otherwise. Only terror, war and manufactured fear works to your ends. The more astute of the duped are figuring this out.
The winners of the annual Webby Awards, hailed as the "Internet industry's Oscars," were announced yesterday. Nationalgeographic.com's Forces of Nature site grabbed the People's Voice award in the science category, and National Geographic News was recognized as Webby Worthy. Other winning Web sites ranged from powerhouses like Yahoo! to lesser-known sites such as the blog Boing Boing.