It seems that former state Sen. Paul Stanley doesn't have a lock on hypocrisy among Tennessee politicians. In Ronald Kessler's new book, "In the President's Secret Service," he interviews agents assigned to guard various White House officials and their families. According to Kessler's reporting, the Obamas, Bush I and II, and the Cheneys were polite and respectful of the hired help (see Daily Show interview above). But while Al Gore played a man of the people on TV, he could have used a refresher course on Southern hospitality.
Kessler writes about the time Gore was lecturing one his kids about the need to study when he pointed to the Secret Service and said, "otherwise you're going to end up like these guys," or something to that effect. Can you say huge prick, boys and girls?