Al Gore

Contest Info

  • Started: 12/9/2003 00:00
  • Ended: 12/11/2003 07:00
  • Level: advanced
  • Entries: 7
  • Jackpot:
  • FN Advanced 1st Place $5
  • FN Advanced 2nd Place $3
  • FN Advanced 3rd Place $2
Al Gore
Contest Directions: Photoshop Al Gore to show his past and future political career moves and personal life style. Examples may be showing the reasons why Al Gore decided to endorse Dean in 2004, or how he became a global green activist in fight against global warming.

Contest Info

    • Started: 12/9/2003 00:00
    • Ended: 12/11/2003 07:00
    • Level: advanced
    • Entries: 7
    • Jackpot:
    • FN Advanced 1st Place $5
    • FN Advanced 2nd Place $3
    • FN Advanced 3rd Place $2
7 pictures
  • Voodoo Al Gore

    Voodoo Al Gore
        • That would explain all the stomach pains! LOL
        • But ......Lieberman has a different religion.....?????

        • On 12/11/2003 12:46:51 AM, guyfawkes said:

          But ......Lieberman has a different religion.....?????

          That's why Gore did not endorse him
  • Al Gore Cowboy

    Al Gore Cowboy
        • Quality work on both vice presidents. Cheney looks like he's not giving up so easily, while Al looks determined.
  • Al Gore Wire Tapping

    Al Gore Wire Tapping
        • I sure hope it's not the explosive device
  • Joe Lieberman

    Joe Lieberman
        • Why is everyone laughing at me. Booo whooooo lol Great job!
  • Howard Dean & Al Gore Slave

    Howard Dean & Al Gore Slave
        • Rolling on the floor with laughter

          [Edited by User on 12/9/2003 9:02:13 PM]
  • Tipper Gore

    Tipper Gore
        • I want to go with you Mr. Dean, but I'm a little tied up at the moment! LOL Good Job!
        • Dean to Gore: "Nice endorcement, buddy. I'm returning the 'collateral'"
  • Ventriloquist Al Gore

    Ventriloquist Al Gore
        • that is certainly a thing of beauty. it gave me a good laugh, and it's beautiful work on top of that.
        • Shouldn't that be the other way around?
        • Very accurate!
          The power is in control.
          Freemansons rule.
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This contest is fueled by the following news: Vice Presidency: Gore was inaugurated as the 45th Vice President of the United States on January 20, 1993. Gore and Clinton were re-elected to a second term in the 1996 election. Gore actively supported the policies of Clinton, shared the popularity and in 1996, he unambiguously expressed his presidential ambitions. During the eight years of Clinton / Al Gore administration, U.S economy expanded. One of the factors was Omnibus Budget Reconciliation Act of 1993, for which Gore cast the tie-breaking vote. One of Gore's major works as Vice President was the National Performance Review, which pointed out waste, fraud and other abuse in the federal government and stressed the need for cutting the size of the bureaucracy and the number of regulations. Gore stated that the National Performance Review later helped guide President Clinton when he down-sized the federal government. Deprived Vice President of United States, Al Gore in many ways helped the development of Internet. He calls himself "Father of Internet" and many even agree with this. Gore ran for the President in 2000 United States Presidential election selecting Senator Joe Lieberman to be his vice-presidential running mate but was unsuccessful. Even after garnering more electoral votes than his Republican George Bush (Jr), Gore got less votes of the electors whereas such a result was determined through voting in Florida, where Bush won over Al Gore with final margin of 537 votes or by less than one hundredth percentage. In the unfolded situations, Gore and his supporters did not concede but demanded recounts of votes reckoning that errors are unavoidable during the counting of 6 million votes- and the errors (from both the sides) were found. At the end, after one month of counting and judicial proceedings, Supreme Court of the United States ruled that the Florida recount was unconstitutional, effectively ending the recounts and accept the last results. Thus, Al Gore lost the election. Subsequently, presiding as vice-president at Joint Session of Congress to sum up election results, Gore twenty times rejected the offers of twenty members of the House of Representatives to invalidate an electoral vote of state of Florida, which could have brought victory to him.

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