'Client #9' to replace Olbermann

Al Gore, Nobel Peace Prize winner, Academy Award winner and oh yes, former vice president (D) of the United States and almost president of the United States who went on to purchase several energy devouring homes  and co-founded little watched Current Television, dumped frequently dumped host Keith Olbermann last week.

To fill the dead air time Gore announced Olbermann's replacement--Client number 9 as he was known to the prostitutes he so frequently utilized -- Governor Eliot Spitzer (D) as he was known to his former New York constituents. Gore praised his choice of Spitzer,

"Eliot Spitzer is a veteran public servant and an astute observer of the issues of the day," he said. "He has important opinions and insights. Eliot relishes the kind of constructive discourse that our viewers will appreciate this important election year."

Gore recently dumped his wife of over 40 years; Spitzer dumped his constituents with his extra marital activities and later was dumped by CNN where he took refuge for awhile as a commentator. This new appointment undoubtedly reflects these veteran Democrats' concern with and caring about women that the Democrats claim they possess with "important opinions and insights." Current's few viewers will certainly appreciate Spitzer's "constructive discourse" on women's issues in "this important election year."


Al Gore, Nobel Peace Prize winner, Academy Award winner and oh yes, former vice president (D) of the United States and almost president of the United States who went on to purchase several energy devouring homes  and co-founded little watched Current Television, dumped frequently dumped host Keith Olbermann last week.

To fill the dead air time Gore announced Olbermann's replacement--Client number 9 as he was known to the prostitutes he so frequently utilized -- Governor Eliot Spitzer (D) as he was known to his former New York constituents. Gore praised his choice of Spitzer,

"Eliot Spitzer is a veteran public servant and an astute observer of the issues of the day," he said. "He has important opinions and insights. Eliot relishes the kind of constructive discourse that our viewers will appreciate this important election year."

Gore recently dumped his wife of over 40 years; Spitzer dumped his constituents with his extra marital activities and later was dumped by CNN where he took refuge for awhile as a commentator. This new appointment undoubtedly reflects these veteran Democrats' concern with and caring about women that the Democrats claim they possess with "important opinions and insights." Current's few viewers will certainly appreciate Spitzer's "constructive discourse" on women's issues in "this important election year."


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