Gore's First 100 Days

Somewhere in a parallel universe, a new Administration is making headlines

There are a few minor glitches on Inauguration Day as inclement weather scuttles the new President's plan to ride in a solar-powered limousine and interior decorators protest his plans to install hemp drapes in the Oval Office. But Albert Gore Jr. has finally achieved the office for which he has been groomed all his life. Gone is the awkward campaigner. In his place is the relaxed, witty man who aides and family members always insisted was the "real" Al Gore.

"Look, everybody. I'm sitting in the POTUS position!"

"Oh, Al, you're too much!"

"Daddy, stop!"

For the new President, it's as...

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