Speaking at a conference in Saudi Arabia, former Vice President Al Gore said, "Arabs in the United States have been indiscriminately rounded up, often on minor charges of overstaying a visa or not having a green card in proper order, and held in conditions that were just unforgivable." Read more.
FNC's Bill O'Reilly says that Al Gore owes all Americans an apology — What do YOU think?
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Check out what FOX Fans are saying:
"What Al Gore did was courageous and spoke the minds of millions of Americans. He is also a hero!" — Stan (Queens, NY)
"Shouldn't someone take away this man's mic before we all have to start apologizing to the world for the gross national embarrassment he has caused? I recognize the right to free speech, but no one said it had to be volume-enhanced or on public pulpits!" — Amber (Indianapolis, IN)
"Isn't this a great reminder everyone? I mean, thank God he is speaking as a desperate-for-the-spotlight ex-VP and not as the president!" — Danny (New York, NY)
"Yes! He should apologize. Man, I'd hate to go hunting with Al Gore. He is even off-target than Cheney!" — Linda (Dallas, TX)
"Why pay any attention to Gore at all? He knows nothing more than anyone else that has been out of the loop for years. The best he is capable of is to betray himself to be more of a loser than we previously thought. No, but if anyone actually listens to him, then they owe the Americans an apology." — Marc
"I think Al Gore has become an embarrassment to not only to his state but also the hole nation. He will say anything to hurt this country and our president. This from a man who thought he deserved to lead it. This is why America will never again believe the Democrats care for us. Al Gore, Ted Kennedy, Howard Dean and most of their friends belong under the trash heap of history." — Tony (Martin, TN)
"This is all taken out of context. I seriously doubt most of those on the right will even take the time to take what he was saying in its full context. Al Gore was trying to undo the damage done by our fearless and clueless leader. Bush's foreign policy is the lamest of any presidency. I guarantee you that if Al Gore had not had the presidency stolen from him by a corrupt court, he wouldn't even be there to discuss the horrible policies of this current administration." — Jack (Mims, FL)
"Yes, Gore needs to apologize to Americans. He actually should get down on his hands and knees before our servicemen and women who are doing their best to protect this idiots freedom of speech." — Kyle (Atlanta, GA)