I am, however, montoring the findings and postulations of organizations interested in aerial phenomena for other possible explanations, and I encourage you to do the same.
Originally posted by sputniksteve
Apparently Mr. McCain is as big a chump as the rest of them then. Enough with the flares already right? ...
...Stanley still has the telescope he used to see the supposedly mysterious formation over Phoenix. But he doesn't use it much anymore.
"It's hard to see anything in the city here," he said, "other than planes."...
Wait a sec, I thought Mitch Stanley already came forward and said He saw the planes, and he was using a telescope...Are you saying he lied?
Originally posted by ufo reality
I just called McCain's 2008 Presidential web site and asked them what his position is on UFO Disclosure. They told me to hold on and came back a minute later and said "John McCain is very supportive of Space Exploration and the search for other intelligent life in the universe. We would only assume that he would also be open to UFO disclosure."
That kinda brought a smile to my face. I won't lie. I'm not a Republican by any means, but this makes me feel at least some what happy that if he is elected, we might have a better chance at UFO disclosure of some kind than we did with Bush (the champion of government secrecy himself).
FYI - Obama isn't a fan of space. He wants to cut NASA funding. And I'm sure he would laugh at funding any search for ET life in the universe just like he laughed when Kucinich was asked about UFOs during the MSNBC debate. If you're for space exploration and the search for Extraterrestrial life, voting for Obama won't help your cause. Clinton or McCain.
[edit on 16-2-2008 by ufo reality]
Originally posted by zooplancton
referring to that video above:
if mccain got into office, it would be interesting to see how his voice on this would be.
if he would stand by his interest in ufology or would he stand down?
edit: added referring to video above
[edit on 2/17/2008 by zooplancton]