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  • brobammasucks brobammasucks Jan 3, 2013 3:53 PM Flag

    Albert Gore, primo scumbaq, sells out to A-raaabs

    So typical. Al is the scion of Sen Gore Sr from Tennessee, except that young Al is a cretin in his own right and I suspect, he takes it up the poupchute, if that lisp means anything at all.

    Al's a real patriot. Missed out on the draft and ran a slumlord project in DC and raped the public with his gloabal warming pretensions.

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    • Anybody notice the end-of-year scramble to avoid paying Big Al's "Fair share" of the profits?

    • Wake up.

      As of October 2012
      China owns about $1.12 trillion of the US debt
      Japan owns $1.11 trillion
      A-raaabs (including Bahrain, Iraq, Kuwait, Libya, Oman, Qatar,Saudi Arabia, Syria, UAE) own over $260 billion

      For laughs...
      Al Waleed Bin Talal (also spelled Waleed bin Talal) (Arabic: الوليد بن طلال بن عبد العزيز آل سعود‎) (born 7 March 1955) is a Saudi Arabian business tycoon and investor. He is a member of the Saudi royal family. 'Arabian Business' ranked him as the most influential Arab in the world. As of January 2013, the Bloomberg Billionaires Index listed Talal as the 10th-richest man in the world, with an estimated net worth of US $28.7 billion.
      Among his many assets are: a 95 percent stake in Kingdom Holding Company; 91 percent ownership of Rotana Video & Audio Visual Company; 90 percent ownership of LBC SAT; 7 percent ownership of News Corporation; about 6 percent ownership of Citigroup; and 17 percent ownership of Al Nahar and 25 percent ownership of Al Diyar, two daily newspapers published in Lebanon.

      7 percent ownership of News Corporation, the parent of Fox News.


    • "Albert Gore, primo scumbaq, sells out to A-raaabs"

      Yes, if this keeps up, Rupert Murdoch might even sell a large stake in Fox News to a Saudi Oil prince!

      Oh, wait -- he already did that.

      The second-largest holder of voting stock in News Corp, the parent of Fox News, is Al-Waleed bin Talal, who, after 9/11, said this:

      "I believe the government of the United States of America should re-examine its policies in the Middle East and adopt a more balanced stance toward the Palestinian cause." After his comments raised controversy, he added, "they didn’t like it because there are Jewish pressures and they are afraid of them."

      Also, in 2002, Al Waleed donated £18.5 million to the families of Palestinians during a TV telethon following Israeli operations in the West Bank city of Jenin. The telethon was ordered by Saudi King Fahd to help relatives of Palestinian "martyrs."

      Good to know that Fox News is bankrolled by Saudis who donate to Palestinian terrorists!!

      Even funnier, Gore sold out to Al-Jazeera, which as a news organization is 10,000 times more trustworthy than Fox News. For instance, there is no idiotic "Al Jazeera and Friends," and the company has never been caught hacking murdered little girls' cell phones, or bribing policemen.

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