The guys at the Glenn Beck radio show had some fun at Al and Tipper Gore's expense Thursday creating a mock interview where the host questioned the separated couple about the former Vice President's antics with a masseuse in a Portland hotel room back in 2006.
The role of the Global Warmingist in Chief was marvelously played by Pat Gray with Stu Burguiere doing an adequate Tipper.
The interview began with Beck asking the Nobel Laureate what happened in the hotel Lucia that fateful evening.
Al/Pat deliciously responded, "The global warming just became overwhelming as I was receiving massage" (video follows with more highlights and commentary):
When Tipper/Stu was introduced, Al/Pat asked, "Do you remember the time when I read you poetry? When I said, 'I was a child and she was a child in this kingdom by the sea. But we loved with a love that was more than love, I and my Annabel Lee.'"
Tipper/Stu responded, "That really brings back memories."
Yes, Al reading Edgar Allan Poe poems to Tipper. Somehow you imagine them being more "The Raven" than "Annabel Lee," but I digress.
Later the couple renewed their claim that "Love Story" was indeed about them despite the convenient truth that Tipper didn't die of cancer.
But the highlight had to be Tipper/Stu's marvelous haiku, "Get your hands off me. Why do you touch my buttocks? Mother Earth cries rape."
Now THAT'S poetry.
Nice job, guys!