And then, there's Al Gore.
He served in the House of Representatives for eight years, followed by eight years as a U.S. senator, followed by eight years as Vice President of the United States. In 2000, as the Democratic nominee for president, he won the popular vote by a plurality. Oh yeah, in 2007, his movie won an Academy Award and he also won the Nobel Peace Prize.
Seems to me, his resume is more formidable than the top three current democratic candidates combined.
But the Democrats wouldn't know gravitas if it hit them over the head, so infatuated are they with the style of their candidates over their substance. How many times have we heard Barack Obama referred to as a "rock star"? Or about the "star power" Bill would offer on the campaign trail if Hillary is the nominee?
And then, there's Al Gore. He's someone all Democrats already take pride in for a variety of reasons.
... Whether you agree with his Global Warming stance or not (I don't), or whether you think he should be wearing earth tones or not, Al Gore is by very far the most substantial candidate the left has and yet it continues to ignore him.
- I DON'T THINK THE LEFT IS IGNORING AL GORE; I THINK THEY KNOW HE WON'T RUN. WHY WON'T HE RUN!?!?!?!?!?!?!?
GOOD RIDDANCE TO THE TWO OF THEM.