October 20, 2005

Crazy Congresswoman

Cynthia McKinney believes that the 2000 and 2004 elections were a fraud, Bush was involved personally with the 9/11 attacks, and Michael Chertoff should be charged with negligent homicide because of FEMA's response during Katrina. This woman, believe it or not, is a Congresswoman from Georgia--a lawmaker. Of course most in the conservative circle know a great deal about the antics of this conspiracy theorist left-wing whacko.

She first began speculating about the involvement of the President in 9/11 shortly after the attacks. This quote was taken from her website dated April 12, 2002:

I am not aware of any evidence showing that President Bush or members of his administration have personally profited from the attacks of 9-11. A complete investigation might reveal that to be the case. For example, it is known that President Bush's father, through the Carlyle Group had - at the time of the attacks - joint business interests with the bin Laden construction company and many defense industry holdings, the stocks of which, have soared since September 11.
To make the accusation that the President of the greatest nation in the free world would be involved in the murder of nearly 3,000 of his own citizens for business interests is absolutely appalling and makes me sick to my stomach. Her insanity doesn't end there though.

According to Sonny Bunch, of the Weekly Standard, she was ousted from her seat but reclaimed her position in 2004 when Denise Majette, who beat her in the 2002 Democratic primary, put her name in the mix for Zel Miller's vacated seat in the Senate. Since then she's continued to spread her filthy leftist ignorance.

Mr. Bunch, in the same article cited above, pointed out her idiotic "Brain Trust" panels, which she moderated. It essentially became a meeting of conspiracy theorists and far left moonbats such as Ward Churchill. One of these brilliant panelists pointed out that the twin towers couldn't have collapsed due to the heat of the fire. Rather, they were brought down by timed detonations. Of course, I'm sure he knows better than the experts who debunked the 9/11 myths in the recent Popular Mechanics article.

Rep. McKinney continued her anti-American ranting when she attended last month's Sheehan moonbat anti-America protest rally in Washington D.C. where she was quoted as saying:

"A cruel wind blows across America, starting in Texas and Montana and sweeping across America's heartland," she said. "It settled here in Washington, D.C., and despite our presence today, it continues to buffet and batter the American people."
Her references to Texas and Montana were meant to indicate the home states of Bush and Cheney. Of course, Cheney isn't from Montana; he's from Wyoming. She went on to add:
"This cruel wind blew disenfranchisement into Florida and Ohio" and "the American people were forced to endure fraud in the elections of 2000 and 2004."
Back in early September Rep. McKinney took the floor for 60 minutes where she hinted at Presidential impeachment (which was struck from the record) and criticized NBC for censoring the words of rapper Kanye West during a telethon to raise money for Katrina victims:
Now, NBC censored that. NBC has decided that they can determine what we hear from the smartest young man in hip-hop (Kanye West).
Everyone, no matter which side of the fence they sit on, knows that Kanye West is a complete moron. His ridiculous diatribe made absolutely no sense whatsoever; or perhaps I just need a lesson in moonbatese.

In her latest spot of idiocy, Rep. McKinney asked Michael Chertoff in a recent hearing questioning following FEMA's response to Katrina:

...McKinney asked Chertoff why he should not be charged with negligent homicide because of the federal response.
Rep. Henry Bonilla of Texas objected to her question stating:
When questions "are over the top and not constructive, I don't believe the secretary should waste his time by answering."
And that pretty much sums it up about Rep. McKinney: "over the top and not constructive" should be her moniker. People like McKinney produce nothing but hate in this country. Her insane and inaccurate diatribes result in stirring the collective pot of an uninformed public. The people of the 4th District in Georgia should be ashamed for allowing McKinney to represent them.

Posted by everyman at October 20, 2005 03:13 PM | TrackBack

I ask myself how could anyone vote for an idiot like McKinney. Who is the bigger fool, the fool or the one who follows the fool? Obviously there is no shortage of fools out there.

Posted by: cube at October 21, 2005 01:07 PM

Indeed but one thing to keep in mind is that these people run under the Democratic party in an effort to fool the minority population in this nation that the white man is evil and that Republicans want to see them impoverished forever. This is simply false and can be evidenced by the fact that the Democrats have done nothing for the minorities in this nation and have continued on with empty promises for years. It's truly sad that our nation is in such a state. Thanks for your comment.

Posted by: Everyman at October 21, 2005 02:53 PM
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