Intense Attacks On
Rep. McKinney Continue
From Paul Walker

"McKinney is a dangerous fool whose voice needs to be stifled"
-Kathleen Parker
Paul Walker
(On Following Article)
Kathleen Parker thinks the black woman Cynthia McKinney would look a lot better working at a Walmart, than in Congress. That would go along with the fact that she seems to want to "purify the gene pool" of those who are "too stupid to live"...just a hint. It is another variation on ABC's theme of weeding out the dangerously insane who believe in "baseless conspiracy theories."
According to the Nazi or Fascist view, some people are just mentally unfit for public office, so if they speak about political leaders possibly being involved in corruption, criminal conspiracy or treason, they should get the axe and be forced out of office for their "dangerous and irresponsible statements".
I seem to recall Hitler also talked like this and followed such ideals in his totalitarian program of crushing dissent, free speech and in weeding out the "unfit" including the mentally and physically handicapped, Blacks, Jews, Gays, Gypsies and many others. So then they were sent off to take a "shower" in ZyklonB gas, lined up before pits and shot or worked in slave camps until their wasted bodies broke down and the eyes rolled up into their sockets.
The stench of rotting corpses was even too much for the Nazi torturers so they devised an ingenius system of ovens for cremating the bodies that could barely keep up with the demand. There had to be other ways to deal with so much human flesh and bone. Of course the Nazis were a very resourceful and efficient group of people. They took great pains at recycling for the war effort. Human hair was shaved off to make blankets. Teeth were yanked out to get the gold and melt it down. Fat was used for soap, skin for lampshades. There were really endless uses of the human body and its many parts.
After Germany was defeated, the citizens living around Auchwitz, Bergen Belsen and Dachau, who allowed themselves to be mind-controlled by a dictator using the same methods that Bush has used to grab power, were marched over to the camps to see what their Fuhrer had done to so many millions of innocent people. They were forced to face the horror and the hellish stench of piles of bodies, stacked like cordwood that had been slave-driven, experimented upon, beaten, raped, tortured, starved and shot like vermin. They cried and protested, "We didn't know! We didn't know!", covering their mouths with hankerchiefs to allay the rotten stench.
If things continue the way they are going, one day Kathleen Parker too will be marched over to piles upon piles of bloated corpses, bodies of people she once said were "too stupid to live." And she will whine and cry "But, but..I didn't know! I didn't know!" She is such a pretty young white woman. I'm sure she will make a Good Little Nazi.
Don't say it can never happen here America. It has already started and we have to stop it by learning from history and exposing the truth about what really happened on 911. ___
Idiotic, Absurd Comments About 911
By Kathleen Parker
Every time I hear of another Palestinian "suicide bomber," I think: Darwin Awards. You know, the evolutionary awards bestowed each year on those who purify the gene pool by removing themselves from it. Darwin winners are, in the words of awards manager Wendy Northcutt, "too stupid to live."
Likewise, every time I hear Rep. Cynthia McKinney, D-Ga., speak, I think: There ought to be an award. We could call it The McKinney Award -- for people "too stupid to serve in public office."
For McKinney is hands-down winner for stupidest thing ever said while in public office for her recent assertion that President George W. Bush knew about the 9-11 attacks in advance and did nothing to prevent them. Why? So that all his cronies could get rich on the subsequent military buildup. (Audience, all together now: Ah-haaaa!!!)
"We know there were numerous warnings of the events to come on September 11th," said McKinney during a recent interview with a Berkeley, Calif., radio station. "What did this administration know and when did it know it, about the events of September 11th? Who else knew, and why did they not warn the innocent people of New York who were needlessly murdered? What do they have to hide?"
Not only is McKinney's comment idiotic, absurd and -- under other circumstances, hilarious, if you like slapstick -- it's dangerous. Would that we could ignore such ignoramuses, but we can't because "they" won't. "They" being terrorists, Islamic extremists, or others on the growing list of crazy people who can't get to those 72 virgins supposedly waiting for them in heaven fast enough. (I'm still confused about what compels young women to blow themselves up. Maybe they promise the ladies an eternity free of Arafat's decaying visage. One could be tempted.)
You have to wonder, is McKinney really that, um, misguided?
Since making her radio comments, McKinney has backtracked a few steps. "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," she said. "A complete investigation might reveal that to be the case."
"Might" is a mighty big word when you're accusing the president of the United States of being a mass murderer and of otherwise helping kindle World War III. A complete investigation also might prove that McKinney has been dropping acid and living with cross-dressing dental hygienists under the Brooklyn Bridge (not that there's anything wrong with that), but then again, it might not.
McKinney's conspiracy theory apparently evolved from her sense that (follow closely) because former President George H.W. Bush, father of the current president, is an adviser to a Washington-based investment firm, the Carlyle Group -- and because Carlyle Group investors have been enriched by the war on terrorism owing to their partial ownership of a military contractor -- Bingo! Dubya obviously permitted suicidal Islamic fanatics to bring down the World Trade Center towers and part of the Pentagon.
By McKinney's theory, Bush would have to have been disappointed that hijacked Flight 93 went down in a Pennsylvania field instead of hitting its presumed target, the White House. Hey, and Bush was in Florida that day. Hmmmmm.
In reporting McKinney's insatiable appetite for her own boots, The Washington Post noted that McKinney has often "given voice to radical critiques of U.S. policy, especially in the Middle East." Given voice? Radical critiques? Let's call a farm implement a farm implement and translate that for the nice folks back home: "McKinney has made yet another over-the-top publicity grab, not yet grasping that most Americans consider her an imbecile."
Of course, news reporters have to be objective and respectful, even toward loonies like McKinney, which is why God created columnists. Here's the real deal: McKinney is a dangerous fool whose voice needs to be stifled. Not forcefully, of course. But couldn't we get this woman a job at Wal-Mart, greeting the public she so desperately courts? Wishfully thinking, couldn't we just impeach her?
I realize you can't impeach a public official for dragging down the national I.Q., but you can impeach for treason. Once McKinney's hysterical rant is translated into Arabic for a vulnerable, gullible and homicidal public, she's on their team, not ours. As Sen. Zell Miller, another Georgia Democrat, has noted, her statement is "very dangerous and irresponsible."
At the very least, oh, lovely, smart people of Georgia, vote this bad actress out of business. Do it for your country. Do it soon.

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