Al Gore comes out of the metal closet?

Finally unhindered by his wife Tipper's 25-year-long household ban on violent and sexually explicit music, former vice president Al Gore, 62, reportedly embraced his newfound independence this week by listening to the albums of the heavy metal band W.A.S.P.

"For the first time in decades, I get to play the kind of music I like without someone nagging me about what a bad influence it is," said Gore, sitting on the floor of his living room as he cued up the song "Animal (Fuck Like A Beast)" on his stereo. "And I get to crank it up as loud as I want."

"These guys are kicking some serious ass," added the two-term U.S. Senator. "Check out this guitar break coming up—it's nasty."

Gore, who was prohibited from hearing music with graphic sex, violence, or drug references since Tipper founded the Parents Music Resource Center in 1985, confirmed yesterday that her crusade was "total bullcrap." In addition, Gore said that listening to the forbidden W.A.S.P. albums over and over again had not turned him into a satanic dope fiend as his wife and her associates had warned.

1 Response to "Al Gore comes out of the metal closet?"

  1. Jkress 11/8/10 12:05
    Gore looks like what I imagine a Luciferian image. His father was one evil SOB who worked hand in glove with Armond Hammer who was the Soviet's main man in the U.S. and allowed to fly into the Kremlin any time to converse with Stalin without the rigamarow of such things as a passpotrt or visa.

    Al jr. has conned the Greens into climate change craziness to a point that he built a huge fortune on the backs of the suckers who pay for his Lear Jet and several mansions. I would place him next in line with that other SOB when he ran 2nd fiddle to that promter of licentiousness whose intitals are WC that is the same, but not a water closet.

    jOE k

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