Cooper: Sore Gore a boor on lore

Climate activist Al Gore could only answer, "Are you a denier?," when confronted by a reporter recently with claims made in his recently released film, "An Inconvenient Sequel."

No hard questions, please

When climate activist Al Gore is confronted on his global warming claims, he melts like the icebergs he says are beginning to flood the world.

Unlike the lapdog United States media, a British reporter had a few questions for him about claims made in his recently released film, "An Inconvenient Sequel."

Ross Clark of The Spectator asked about a scene in the film that "cuts from Gore on his melting glacier to a flooded street in Miami Beach, with a voice-over from Gore making a strong connection between the two."

"Are you a denier?" asked Gore. When Clark tried to finish his question, Gore again asked, "Are you a denier?"

Clark had asked Florida International University sea level expert Shimon Wdowinski about global warming's potential impact on sea levels. Wdowinski said glacial melting could impact sea level rise, but any recent surge in Miami sea levels was more to do with "short-term variability caused by changes in ocean currents."

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