85% now, but the poll is meaningless, statistically speaking: only 97 votes total. That's less than 20 votes per day since this thread began. According to Rasmussen Reports, Gore still has high (40%) unfavorable ratings. Doesn't mean he wouldn't win. Doesn't mean I would be anything but fervent in my support of him. But it might be less of a walk than some would like to think. Plus there is the fact that he keeps saying no, and I've been taught that no means no. No, there's been no Shermanesque refusal that I know of, but no still means no. I hope he will use Current to put pressure on the other candidates, to make them make unequivocal statements that indicate that they get it. Edwards seems to. I'm not sure about Obama or Clinton.
Al Gore will not only beat them all, he will be a better President. It will be a nice change to have a President that can speak English. Imagine a President that doesn't lie every time he opens his mouth. Remember when the rest of the world liked and trusted America? Gore can repair the damage and we can get that back. Al Gore would be a truly great President.
The poll on Hardball tonight has him beating Guliani by a much wider spread than Sen. Clinton, who is neck in neck. Just what the GOP is hoping for, another chance to steal the election. Not with the Goracle running!!!
Pass the word, Gore is the only one that can pull away from the GOP fear campagn!
Yes, Al Gore should run. We need his intelligence, experience, integrity, enthusiasm, and foresight in the office of President. There is no one better to repair the damage Bush and Company has done than Al Gore.
It would be wonderful to have someone that knows where we need to go steering the ship.