Sunday, April 23, 2006
Some of Cynthia McKinney's Best Friends Are White Cops
Well, one of them
But he's a moonbat:Through two decades of 12-step work, intense spiritual effort and personal therapy, I have seen my errors, felt genuine remorse and made my amends. One of those amends came in 1996 when, in a face-to-face confrontation with a CIA director, I challenged the same government I had once protected for smuggling hundreds of tons of cocaine into the United States - where much of it was intentionally routed to the inner cities.
AndAnd then came 9/11.
There are millions of Americans who still have major unanswered questions about the attacks of Sept. 11. Some are wives, husbands and children of the victims. Some, like me, are investigative journalists. Many are just average people who could never swallow the galactic inconsistencies of the government account and who have refused to succumb to pressure for conformity.
Cynthia McKinney was the one to ask, "What did the Bush administration know and when did it know it?" about the scores of detailed warnings received by the administration in the months before the attacks. Contrary to one account from a Black commentator recently, she has never retracted that question.