Al Gore Is Splitting His Loot.Our Social Security Lock Box Is On The Move

That can now be added to the lists of things the Gores have to split if they officially call it quits.

The couple told friends Tuesday they planned to separate after 40 years of marriage. This comes after the Gores’ kids — Karenna, Kristin, Sarah and Albert III — have left the nest and the couple has amassed massive wealth since Al Gore left public office in 2000. The most recent figure predicted in 2007 by Fast Company was more than $100 million. Before the 2000 election they predicted the family’s net worth was closer to $1 million.

Since then, the Gores have purchased the Montecito mansion, a multimillion-dollar home in Nashville, Tenn., a condo in San Francisco in addition to their home in the Washington area, an Arlington Tudor. They bought a 100-foot houseboat named, aptly, Bio-Solar One in 2008. And they own a farm in Carthage, Tenn., that includes a zinc mine.

So how did they get all this stuff?  Al Gore still has our Social Security Lock Box!!!!




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4 Responses to “Al Gore Is Splitting His Loot.Our Social Security Lock Box Is On The Move”

  1. Julia Says:

    I just hope his manhood is in a different box.

  2. Yahoo News Says:

    Yahoo News…

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  4. Noble Diza Says:

    Despite his marital problems Al Gore continues to find time to fight climate change. If everybody tried to follow his lead on climate change something might actually change. Recycle recycle recycle. The climate crisis can be solved but only with the rapid deployment of technologies in China, the United States and around the world that reduce the pollution that causes global warming.

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