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Gore goes Green Party for 2012?

Earth to Gore: Don’t run – not yet

By Joe Peters

However, as soon as the polls close on Election Day 2008, Gore should explore the possibility of an alliance with the Green Party. Gore, unlike Nader in 2000, would be an ideal candidate. His passion for environmental causes meshes perfectly with the Green Party’s core beliefs, and he is obviously a viable presidential candidate, having already won the popular vote once. In the interim between 2008 and 2012, Gore could continue his campaign against global warming while helping to strengthen the Green Party’s infrastructure. If he can help elect some Greens to Congress in 2010, who knows what might result? As he himself noted in the earlier TIME article:

“I am under no illusions that any position has as much ability to influence change as the presidency does. If the President made climate change the organizing principle, the filter through which everything else had to flow, then that could really make a huge difference.”

With Gore’s popular support and the Green Party’s national infrastructure, the Greens might be established as a credible third political party by 2010; and then, with Iraq hopefully behind us, America may finally be ready to entertain the possibility of electing a president that will tackle climate change and put America on the path to sustainable environmentalism. What better 2012 candidate for the Greens, and for America, than Al Gore?
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2 Responses

  1. Hey…

    >>Gore, unlike Nader in 2000, would be an ideal candidate

  2. Al Gore’s endorsement of the Green Party would almost immediately raise the profile of it to a national level. However, I’m not sold if Gore’s other political beliefs would mesh with the Greens other ten key values. If they do, a Gore-Nader ticket would be an eye-catcher as well as a viable candidacy.

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