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Congressman Kucinich, who is head of the progressive caucus in the Congress, invited us to his office for a sit-down briefing. There were nine of us who arrived immediately after the Disclosure Project National Press Club event. He sat with all of us and asked each witness to share a very short vignette of what they knew about the UFO matter.
After everyone had shared, he turned to me and looked me in the eyes and said, "I have to tell you that in all my years in Congress, I have never felt an energy and spirit like I have today when you all walked through these doors." Then he said, "The fact that you are here tells me that time is short." He was the most perceptive government leader I have ever met - and certainly the most enlightened.
You know, I kind of like Dennis Kucinich -- his heart is in the right place -- but his nutty friends kind of ruin things for his presidential bid.
Case in point: Kucinich's hometown paper, The Cleveland Plain Dealer, reports that his pal Shirley MacLaine (you already know where this is going) wrote in her latest book that ...
...(Cleveland quote removed because it is already listed above)...
To me, this is no less nutty than some of the descriptions I've heard of people having a big religious experience or halo-infused spiritual awakening. To middle America, though, a UFO encounter will just be too much. Not that Kucinich ever had a prayer anyway.
Originally posted by schuyler
Fortunately, Kucinich has no chance to become President. It's not going to happen. Count your blessings. One could speculate if he did get the nomination what the bumper stickers would say: Mothra for Veep.
Originally posted by GeeGee
I'm not sure where you stand on this. Do you believe he is lying?
I honestly think he would make a good president as well and he sorta reminds me of Carter with the UFO sighting and all lol.
Kucinich was the 31 year old mayor of Cleveland in the seventies and has been deemed among the "ten worst big-city mayors of all time for reasons of temperament and performance" in the book, "Best and Worst of the Big-City Leaders 1820–1993." The city went bankrupt under his rule.