October 17, 2007

We Couldn't Possibly Be This Lucky

She follows the Truthers into thinking that the government aided the 9/11 attacks. She rails against the supposed Jewish influence on American politics. She slaps DC police for doing their job. She can't even win in her own district anymore. Why not have Cynthia McKinney run for President -- and what better party to represent?

Former Rep. Cynthia McKinney (D), who lost her congressional seat last year after her publicized scuffle with a Capitol Hill police officer, registered to vote in California -- and is being pushed by some to run for president as a Green Party candidate, the AP reports. Despite McKinney posting a letter on her Web site last month, saying she is not interested in the Green Party nomination, a group called "Run! Cynthia! Run!" is trying to draft her as a candidate in California. McKinney and six other Green Party candidates, including Ralph Nader were nominated by the Green Party Convention in September, and McKinney has yet to remove her name from the ballot.

"'She's got us all guessing, but she hasn't removed her name, and that's a good sign,' said John Morton, a California Green Party delegate, 'I talked to her last week and she said she's very interested but not ready to make an announcement.'"

Oh, please, please, please, I'm begging you Green Party advocates, get Cynthia to sign on the dotted (and dotty) line. Please have her run as a third-party candidate for the Greens. Let her stand up in the debates and give her conspiracy-theory tirades and her tortured explanations for assaulting the people trying to secure Capitol Hill on her behalf. We can even give her father some screen time to explain how the Joooooooos are out to get her.

I douibt the Greens could be this foolish, but then again, they ran Ralph Nader twice. We could get lucky. This could even negate the entire foundation for Jon Stewart's Daily Show, as we could then get enough comedy through campaign coverage that Stewart would become completely redundant.

In the meantime, for those who aren't completely out of their minds, check out the 10 Questions website, set up by TechPresident and co-sponsored by Michelle Malkin and Hot Air. It's an innovative means to getting real, substantive answers to policy questions.


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