Skip to comments.Bigoted and backed by HRC [Hillary Rodham Clinton]
Posted on 04/14/2006 7:57:44 PM PDT by ncountylee
LATE LAST MONTH, Georgia Congresswoman Cynthia McKinney, a Democrat, was involved in an altercation with a Capitol Police officer. Witnesses say McKinney assaulted the officer when he tried to stop her after she bypassed a metal detector at an entrance to a House office building.
McKinney was not wearing the pin that would identify her as a member of Congress nor did she offer any identification as she rushed past the security checkpoint. When the guard confronted her, she allegedly struck him several times with her cell phone.
Later that day, the congresswoman made a conciliatory statement about the event, but declined to take responsibility for instigating it. McKinney went on the offensive after learning that the police were considering filing charges against her, holding a news conference at which she claimed to be a victim of racial profiling and police brutality.
Celebrity activists Harry Belafonte and Danny Glover stood alongside the Georgia Democrat while her lawyer, James W. Myart Jr., declared, "Ms. McKinney is just a victim of being in Congress while black."
McKINNEYS ANTICS MAY seem like an amusing sideshow, but they reflect a lack of respect for law enforcement, particularly from someone like McKinney whose life the Capitol Hill police officers are committed to protect at risk to their own.
(Excerpt) Read more at sovo.com ...
He's conservative, he's conservative and gay...it happens.
Senator Hilary Clinton was invited to address a major gathering of the American Indian Nation two weeks ago in upper New York state. She spoke for almost an hour on her future plans for increasing every Native American's present standard of living, should she one day become the first female President.
She referred to her career as a New York Senator, how she had signed "YES" for every Indian issue that came to her desk for approval. Although the Senator was vague on the details of her plan, she seemed most enthusiastic about her future ideas for helping her "red sisters and brothers".
At the conclusion of her speech, the Tribes presented the Senator with a plaque inscribed with her new Indian name - Walking Eagle. The proud Senator then departed in her motorcade, waving to the crowds.
A news reporter later inquired to the group of chiefs of how they came to select the new name given to the Senator.
They explained that "Walking Eagle" is the name given to a bird so full of shit it can no longer fly.
"tit for tat" in an article about Hellary and McKinney is an uncomfortable phrase.
I thought HRC stood for, "Her Royal C*nt."
Married to America's first black president, and wants to be America's first red president.
I wish that story were true - but that goes around with only the name changed all the time.
It certainly fits tho.....
As she was speaking the Indians kept saying, "Quiche, quiche." Later on out at livestock pen as she inspected the buffalo herd one old hand reminded her not to step in the quiche with those fancy boots of hers.
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