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This guy's not too shabby on gun control either. . . . Or at spotting UFOs visiting Shirley McClain!
Oops--that should have been "Maclaine"--sorry.
Crazy Kucinich thinks space aliens are going to get us and wants dogs to be able to sue us. That should make Laci happy anyway.
"...Or at spotting UFOs visiting Shirley McClain!"Ironically, more people believe in UFO's than Dennis Kucinich.
Pretty typical gunloon response: Dennis Kucinich saw a UFO so everything else he says is nonsense.Yet, many gunloons profess they have a "God-given" right to own as many firearms as they want.Hmmm.
No, Jade, you've missed it again.Everything he says is pure lunacy, so it sort of figures he also believes he saw a UFO.
Mikey W: Wrong again.Pure luncay is believing the Flying Spaghetti Monster wants you to have guns.
I do appreciate the compliment, Jade. But, since I am not Mike W, I'll remind you of it once again.I (not Mike W) seem to recall setting you straight on that.You had made the same asinine remark about the FSM, and I sagely corrected you then, and you had no reply.Where was that? Oh, right here:http://mikeb302000.blogspot.com/2010/08/arizona-lunacy.htmlDon't you ever get tired of being wrong?
UFO stands for Unidentified Flying Object--which could be anything really. I've seen one myself. Notice I didn't write I saw space aliens or a flying saucer or whatever, no, I saw something in the sky that I couldn't identify. Plus, the story linked to does not give a full story--you have to pay for it so no thank you.
Zorro started it. It's nothing more than obfuscation and diversion. I just wish we could bring Stephen Hawking in her to settle this. Do you think he believes in owning guns or the existence of intelligent extra-terrestrial life?The commenters on this thread have made it clear the two are mutually exclusive.
The difference is Kucinich didn't say he saw an object that couldn't be identified, he swore he saw an alien spacecraft.
More wisdom from Mikeb:Do you think he believes in owning guns or the existence of intelligent extra-terrestrial life?Perhaps an overly optimistic assumption on my part, but I didn't really think there would be a need for me to point out that there's rather a lot of territory between believing in "the existence of intelligent extra-terrestrial life," and believing that said intelligent extra-terrestrial life drops by Shirley Maclaine's house for drinks.
Maybe they were reporting TO Shirley. Have you ever seen any of her interviews?