Monday, January 23, 2006

AlterNet: The Screwing of Cynthia McKinney

AlterNet: The Screwing of Cynthia McKinney

Since I read her name often last night, I am curious about what the fuss was:

Have you heard about Cynthia McKinney, former U.S. Congresswoman?

According to those quoted on National Public Radio, McKinney?s ?a loose cannon? (media expert) who ?the people of Atlanta are embarrassed and disgusted? (politician) by, and she is also ?loony? and ?dangerous? (senator from her own party).

Yow! And why is McKinney dangerous/loony/disgusting? According to NPR, ?McKinney implied that the [Bush] Administration knew in advance about September 11 and deliberately held back the information.?

The New York Times? Lynette Clemetson revealed her comments went even further over the edge: ?Ms. McKinney suggest[ed] that President Bush might have known about the September 11 attacks but did nothing so his supporters could make money in a war.? (well I fear it is more than likely true, especially after reading last night the military just so happened to be conducting war games 9/11/01 in the same proximity of the highjackings) although she may not have said it.

That?s loony, all right. As an editor of the highly respected Atlanta Journal Constitution told NPR, McKinney?s ?practically accused the President of murder!?

Problem is, McKinney never said it.

That?s right. The ?quote? from McKinney is a complete fabrication. A whopper, a fabulous fib, a fake, a flim-flam. Just freakin? made up.

She may have known, and you know how these things work, she knew something no one was supposed to know, so she was sabotaged...

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