By Dan Shapley
Everyone from Steve Jobs to the thousands of anonymous voters who throng his slide show presentations want him to run, but Al Gore says he's "fallen out of love" with politics. But the delicately couched way he says, "I'm not planning to run," has left open a crack that fans and news analysts love to peer through. With his new book, "The Assault on Reason" -- his take on what's wrong with the current state of the American political system -- also seems to hint that he's still at least flirtatious with politics. Until the definitive moment when he firmly says "no" or has a change of heart, pundits, pols and the people who fill auditoriums to hear him talk about global warming will gossip about the possibility of a remarriage of Gore with presidential politics, according to a May 28 Time story.