Monday, July 14, 2008
Greens show their true colors--Nominate Anti-Semite Cynthia McKenney as Presidential Candidate
OMGD. I can’t believe it is true, but it is. The Greens have finally shown their true colors—as the Jew hating leftists that they are. (I believe Hitler had similar environmental and health issues on his socialist party platform when he took over Germany.)
Yes, everyone, this is the same Cynthia McKenney whose arrogance stunned the nation when she hit a Capitol Hill Security Guard for not recognizing her. This is the woman who has no respect for our laws or our people. This is the same Cynthia McKenney who blames the Bush Administration for 9/11, and whose crazy paranoid rants filled the halls of congress before the people of Georgia threw her out.
I guess we should have expected this. I have been overwhelmingly disappointed that the so-called “leftists” of the world have aligned themselves behind arab dictatorships and not behind democratic governments.
They say they stand for human rights, yet they support governments that kill gays, dominate women in incredibly brutal ways, limit education, starve the poor, and execute criminals for minor offenses.
Their “support” for those governments is all a façade in order to cover up for their anti-Jewish politics. Cynthia McKenney and her father are dyed-in-the-wool racists. They hate Jews, white people, and anything else that doesn’t represent their narrow view of the world. If you don’t believe me, take a nice look at this youtube clip of McKenney’s entourage and tell me that I am just making this up.
Too many black people have forgotten who it was that supported the civil rights laws of this nation and stood shoulder to shoulder with them as the police faced us down with firehoses or worse. Too many black people have forgotten that most of those volunteers who disappeared in the South trying to register poor rural black voters were Jews. Too many black people have forgotten who began the NAACP, and who supplied the money for black businesses and black colleges to get off the ground when no one else would give them a loan or help them raise capital.
We are being repaid by Farakan and his ilk, Jew hating “Black Moslems,” who want to blame us because it is easier than blaming anyone else. They have replaced the truth of history with the fiction of anti-Semitic rhetoric. It is easier to turn on your friends face your enemies. It is easier to be a Nazi than fight one.
Green Party announces its ticket for 2008 presidential election
Published: July 13, 2008
CHICAGO: The Green Party, which captured less than 1 percent of the vote in the last U.S. presidential election, has chosen the former Democratic Representative Cynthia McKinney as its 2008 presidential candidate.
McKinney, 53, will be joined on the ticket for the election in November by vice presidential candidate Rosa Clemente, a hip-hop artist and activist.
McKinney received 313 out of 532 votes cast Saturday at the party's nominating convention in Chicago, Scott McLarty, a spokesman for the party, said.
In the 2004 presidential election, the Green Party drew 119,859 votes, or 0.1 percent of the total votes cast, finishing in sixth place behind the two major parties and three other third-party tickets.
The party's best performance came in 2000 when Ralph Nader led the ticket and won 2.8 million votes, or 2.7 percent of the total. Some political analysts say Nader, a political and consumer activist, may have drawn votes from the Democratic candidate, Al Gore, and helped tip the election in favor of George W. Bush.
Nader is running for president again this year, as an independent candidate.
McKinney served six terms in Congress but lost her bid for re-election in 2006. She was the first black woman to represent Georgia in the U.S. House of Representatives.
Another former House member from Georgia, Bob Barr, who served as a Republican, is running as the Libertarian Party candidate for president. The major-party presumptive candidates are Senator Barack Obama of the Democratic Party and Senator John McCain of the Republican Party.
The U.S. Green Party says it is a partner with the European Federation of Green Parties and the Federation of Green Parties of the Americas.
"Green parties are the first parties to recognize that our role in the world is stewardship of Earth's natural resources rather than domination and unrestrained consumption of the goods of the Earth," the party said in its proposed platform for the 2008 election.