Al Gore Buys Seaside Monastery

Posted April 29th, 2010 by Iron Mike

Saint Albert With Sacred Statue

Saint Albert – Patron Saint of Man-Made Global Warming and his badly disturbed [who can blame her] wife Tipper have just made a purchase that will surely put to rest any lingering fears you have about carbon emissions, global warming, melting icecaps, rising sea levels and Polar Bear sex.  

For a mere $8,875,000.oo the Gores just bought an ocean-front villa Monastery in Montecito, Calif.  “1.5 acres with a swimming pool, spa and fountains, a real estate source familiar with the deal confirms. The Italian-style house has six fireplaces, five bedrooms and nine bathrooms.”

Thus after a decade of writing a best-selling book, producing a movie, receiving a Nobel Prize and an Oscar, and working the high-dollar lecture circut, –  perhaps the Gores are finding their carbon-spewing mansions back in Carthage and Nashville, Tenn a “little inconvenient” – for all their celebrity guests.

NOW we can understand the urgent fury to pass Cap & Trade.  Simple,  Al doesn’t want ocean waves breaking into his living room.  A displaced polar bear might come for lunch.

Has Saint Albert qualified for the Hypocrite of the Year award?  Think he’ll put up a wind turbine to power the place?  And to think that some days I worry about not having enough to write about . . . zsheeech!

   /s/  Iron Mike
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One Response to “Al Gore Buys Seaside Monastery”

  1. Funny Guy

    We are trying to protect ourselves from the growing crime problem. Not all illegals are criminals but a growing portion of our criminals are illegals. Unless the Federal government actually steps up to plate and takes action what are we supposed to do. Ignore the crime that is spilling across the borders. I wish we could deport all the criminals without effecting the good non-citizens and that is the intent of this law.

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