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Al Gore: Yeah, Scott Walker Caused the “Divisiveness” in Wisconsin

pardin Wrote: Jun 07, 2012 7:36 AM
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Perhaps in a futile attempt to stay relevant, Al Gore -- the infamous global warming activist and so-called “inventor” of the internet -- recently criticized Governor Scott Walker’s “hard-right-wing” agenda during an appearance on Eliot Spitzer’s show Viewpoint.

You may have heard many cable-news pundits on Tuesday night mulling over the results from Wisconsin’s recall election, but did anyone manage to work in a Billy Joel reference?

That’s what Al Gore is for.

The former veep made a rare foray into the world of punditry by appearing on his Current TV network and its flagship...