In the U.S. presidential election of 2,000, Al Gore received over 500,000 votes
more than the current monkey boy in chief. And thanks to delays from Florida
state officials and out-of-state Republicans, coupled with a partisan decision
by the U.S. Supreme Court, an official and exact re-count of Florida's ballots
did not take place, preventing Gore from becoming president. With such a controversial
and narrow electoral loss, monkey boy might have elected to be more prudent
in his policies, but so far he has outdone himself -- withdrawing the U.S.
from the Kyoto protocol, threatening withdrawal from the 1972 Anti-Ballistic
Missile Treaty, declaring war on Afghanistan, suspending civil liberties for
U.S. permanent residents, pushing for oil exploration in the Arctic National
Wildlife Refuge, shielding from public scrutiny the official records of his
father (we are tempted to call him poppa monkey boy but he actually won an
election), and pushing through crippling tax cuts.