Friday, November 02, 2007

Kucinich & the UFO

I knew I liked this guy...

"Democratic presidential candidate Dennis Kucinich has claimed he saw a UFO, according to Shirley MacLaine in her new book, "Sage-Ing While Age-Ing." Kucinich "had a close sighting over my home in Graham, Washington, when I lived there," wrote the actress, a close Kucinich friend. "Dennis found his encounter extremely moving. The smell of roses drew him out to my balcony where, when he looked up, he saw a gigantic triangular craft, silent, and observing him. It hovered, soundless, for 10 minutes or so, and sped away with a speed he couldn't comprehend. He said he felt a connection in his heart and heard directions in his mind."

Doesn't this make him fit right in with some of our other presidents??

Did Dennis Kucinich see a UFO? He says yes! Does that make him a crackpot? No way - are you kidding. Kucinich has a lot of wild ideas and has spouted them on occasion but the fact that he claims that he saw something in the sky that he could not identify hardly makes him crazy. the Phoenix Lights still have yet to be fully explained.

Mr. Kucininch was asked by MSNBC moderator Tim Russert, "did you see a UFO?"' "I did," he replied, before stressing that it was unidentified and reminding the audience - correctly - that former president Jimmy Carter also saw a UFO. Kucinich said: "It was an unidentified flying object, OK? It's, like, it's unidentified. I saw something."

He added, "You have to keep in mind that more - that Jimmy Carter saw a UFO and also that more people in this country have seen UFOs than I think approve of George Bush's presidency. Citing Jimmy Carter was not likely the best example, he could have used Ronald Reagan.

The UK Telegraph reports that President Reagan believed he had seen UFOs at least twice -- once on the coast while driving to Hollywood with his wife, Nancy, and once, as governor of California, while flying on a plane near Bakersfield. In "Landslide," their 1988 book about Reagan's second term, journalists Doyle McManus, The Times' Washington bureau chief, and Jane Mayer, now of the New Yorker, wrote that Reagan's staff worked hard to keep the UFO sighting stories under wraps.

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