Rolling Stone says, “Run, Al, Run.”

The folks over at Rolling Stone have been publishing some damn fine political journalism recently. Their cover story on the worst congress ever should be required reading for every American. (As well as their list of the 10 worst congressmen.) They’re keeping up that tradition with the proclamation in the most recent issue that

The ideal candidate for the Democrats may be the man who won the popular vote in 2000 — and who opposed the war in Iraq from the very start.

Personally, I’ve been of this mindset since I saw An Inconvenient Truth. A Gore/Obama ticket would be a liberals wet dream for obvious reasons. But conservatives would be able to reconcile their vote with the fact that Gore was right all along on what may be the two most important issues facing Americans today. Global warming and the war in Iraq.

If you’re a Gore fancier, you might want to click on over to Hayden-Harnett and check out their Friends of Al Eco-Tote. It’s a pretty snazzy looking tote bag and they are donating $25 from each sale to global warming charities and $10 to American Forests to plant ten trees to help reduce carbon dioxide in our atmosphere. My wife just got hers and she’s pretty excited about it. She’s a little bag crazy though, so take that with a grain of salt.

In other Rolling Stone-related news, they’ve thrown their hat into the reality television ring with the show I’m From Rolling Stone. I don’t do too much MTV watching these days, but I hear it’s a pretty interesting show. The paper of record weighs in here.

For more of their political news, check out the National Affairs Daily.

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