Written by Robert W. Armijo
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Topics: Al Gore

Friday, 6 July 2007

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AL Gore Jr. paternity test conducted; Al Gore Jr. a Kennedy?

San Diego, California - Apparently, Al Gore Junior's run-in with the law this week exposed a long standing family feud over his paternity to his father Al Gore Sr. this week when he was pulled over by Police for driving a Toyota Prius over one hundred miles an hour. Having discovered he had enough prescription and non-prescription drugs to operate an unlicensed mobile pharmacy, he was arrested and tested for drug usage, and a paternity test at his father's request.

A spokesperson confirmed that Al Gore Sr. had long suspected that Al Gore Jr. was not his son based on previous run-ins with the law for a previous marijuana charge in 2003 and suspected DUI the year before, but he never dared had a paternity taken for fear of the political fallout.

However, with the recent news of Al Gore Jr. driving a hybrid at over one hundred miles an hour, that exceeded the manufacturer's recommended speed limit to assure maximum efficiency, lowering the overall EPG rating and thereby negating all environmental benefits, Big Al has decided to put his foot down and finally clear the air concerning the paternity of his son.

The test results were not a surprise, according to friends close to the Gore family. As it was a well know story Tipper Gore was known for circulating herself at parties when she had a little too much to drink.

As the story goes, Tipper Gore partied with Ted Kennedy in Florida while on Spring break some 25 years ago. Allegedly, Kennedy mistook her for a Page and invited her back to the Kennedy Compound.

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