By Charles Pugsley Fincher, A Spin-Off of

Yesterday, Al Gore delivered a stem-winder speech at New York University. In the speech he accused George W. Bush of being the most dishonest president since Richard Nixon. Gore said that "Our nation's best interest lies in having a new president who can turn a new page, sweep clean with a new broom," according to a report by Terence Neilan in the May 26 New York Times. He also called for the resignations of Donald H. Rumsfeld, Condoleezza Rice, George J. Tenet, Paul Wolfowitz, Douglas J. Feith and Stephen Cambone. 05.27.04

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