30 October, 2007

Kucinich: "I saw a UFO."

Kucinich: "I saw a UFO."
.:sigh:. Look: I'm for Mike Gravel, and I back him 95%. But if he doesn't make it, the only choice I have left is Dennis Kucinich. So it really irks me that he's so idiotic as to say something like this during the democratic presidential debate.
Why can't truly intelligent people ever make it in US politics? Why is it that of all the contenders that are left (if Gravel's run is over), the last person I feel capable of voting for is someone who claims to have seen a UFO?
I really want to move to another country. )c:

12 comments:

  1. Carter said he saw one and Reagan believed in astrology and they got elected. Just sayin...

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  2. I admire his candor. I saw once something too. It was unidentified, it was flying and it was an object. That is not to say that the guy is crazy or that he believes in anal probing aliens. Kucinich saw something and he is honest about it.
    BTW did you see Bill Richardson after the debate? He admitted that there is a government cover up concerning UFOs.

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  3. There are some 300 billion stars in our galaxy, and an estimated 4 to 10 trillion planets in it. There are at least several billion galaxies with a similar number of stars, in our Universe.

    If you're an evolutionist, and you believe that what makes life here on Earth possible is just a matter of planetary composition, you cannot then deny the fact that that same composition has a minimum mathematical probability of occurring billions upon billions of times across the Universe.

    Anyone who denies the existence of alien life merely because they haven't personally encountered it is a mental midget and has no sense of scale.

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  4. I guarantee you that none of those alien life forms are flying around our skies giving the Kucinichs of the world "moving moments".

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  5. I respect Kucinich for saying that. I thought it was stupid that some of the moderators were trying to portray someone as a moonbat if they believe something about aliens, its a realistic question that should not be shunned off as conspiracy theories. Obama totally dodged the question and gave a robot type answer. I thought Richardsons answer about this was bullshit, that he doesnt believe in aliens, but he uses the Roswell area to promote tourism. So hes willing to believe in aliens as long as he gets money out of the deal.....

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  6. Bill Richardson has got to be the hardest Dem to listen to. He forgets the topics and still can't put one complete, rational thought together without making up his own facts. Embarrassing, much more so than being asked about some story you told a relative about an unidentifiable object in the sky.

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  7. Such a stupid thing to say, he didn't see a fucking UFO. Yeah, I realize he couldn't identify a flying object...that's not the implication behind what he said, and there's no way to even spin this positively.

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  8. "Yeah, I realize he couldn't identify a flying object...that's not the implication behind what he said"

    You do realize that UFO stands for Unidentified Flying Object, right? It does not mean OMG THERE IS AN ALIEN SAUCER UP THAR TRYING TO GET ME!!!

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  9. No shit sherlock, that's why I said that's not the implication behind what he said because that's not the way people take it. It will sound to the majority of people like he thinks he saw an alien, and that's why it was a stupid thing to say. It doesn't matter what he MEANT, it's the way it's taken.

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  10. So Vault your problem is too many voters are morons fed on shit by the MSM corporate whores to work out whose name to tick on the electronic voting machine. Not that DK saw something in the sky he couldn't identify and was honest about it. It's sadly a far far bigger problem for American democracy than that:
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q6o2XlckNig

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  11. Colbert gravel kucinich paul nader perot carter [conyers?rangel?] united for truth elicit fear smear blacklist.

    The people know too much,
    democracy rising democracy now.
    Rage against the machine.

    Honesty compassion intelligence guts.

    No more extortion blackmail bribery division.
    Divided we fall.

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