E rile a akgela, Rre Shane Kebadile ene a tlhalosa fa a sa dumalane le molelwane o o dirilweng a re ene o batla gore
molelwane wa komiti ya ditlhabololo ya Ghanzi Borwa go dirisiwe wa dikgaolwana tsa botlhophi ka gore
fa go tla go ikwadisediwa ditlhopho tsa botlhe morafe o tsile go etsaetsega.
As the film progresses, Gore
exaggerates more and more.
Before the rest of the world had ever heard the term "global warming," Gore
was holding the first congressional hearings on the subject--in 1980
As Deadlock notes, Gore
showed those qualities more clearly after the election than before: "Again and again, his aides found themselves amazed by his consistency, his decisiveness during the War for Florida.
and Lieberman did little more than reiterate their support for the federal Employment Non-Discrimination Act and the inclusion of sexual orientation in the Hate Crimes Prevention Act.
After Bush said it was only a matter of time before he was declared the victor, Gore
campaign chairman William Daley bluntly told the Bush campaign to stop making such remarks.
In forty states, either Bush or Gore
is going to win by a landslide.
Even as Gore
was speaking, members of Congress were working to insert charitable choice into several pending bills.
On one of those pages, Gore
writes, "I find excuses for failing to deal with the global environmental crisis more difficult to live with.
A re kereke e e dira tiro e e botlhokwa, a bo a kgothatsa gore
a dikereke tse dingwe le tsone di dire ka mowa oo.