Presidents and UFOs
Alfred Webre is going to discuss my UFO question for Governor Richardson on Exopolitics Radio this coming Saturday night, as well as all the other Presidential UFO talk that's been going on for a couple of weeks. Last night at the debates, Kucinich was asked about if he had seen a UFO, as Shirley MacLaine has recently announced in her latest book:
"I did,'' Kucinich said.
"And the rest of the account -- I didn't -- I -- it was unidentified flying object, okay. It's like -- it's unidentified. I saw something.
"Now, to answer your question,'' Kucinich said, "I'm moving my -- and I'm also going to move my campaign office to Roswell, New Mexico and another one, an extra, to New Hampshire, okay... And also, 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.''
Questioner Tim Russert replied: "14 percent of Americans say they
have seen UFOs.''
Kucinich seems a little bit apprehensive about the question. I didn't see the video, so I don't know his tone, or if he was being funny or what.
I do know that Kucinich knows much more about the UFO issue than he is letting on, but I really respect his agenda: he wants to get out of the war, he wants to impeach Cheney(HB 333)and he thinks Bush is crazy.
I believe he is taking things in order. As much as I want to see the truth about ETs disclosed, we probably need to end the insanity around the Iraq war first. If Kucinich becomes President I have no doubt that he will take care of the more immediate matters at hand, and then later will attempt to address the ET issue.