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Re: LA Times Editorial - Kucinich's Close Encounter

From: Greg Boone <evolbaby.nul>
Date: Sun, 2 Dec 2007 08:21:22 -0800
Archived: Mon, 03 Dec 2007 07:36:31 -0500
Subject: Re: LA Times Editorial - Kucinich's Close Encounter

>Source: The Los Angeles Times - California, USA


>December 1, 2007


>Kucinich's Close Encounter

>The presidential candidate's televised acknowledgment of seeing
>a UFO has put the issue back on the radar.

>Although it's unlikely that voters will ever have anything
>resembling a close encounter with Rep. Dennis J. Kucinich
>(D- Ohio), the two-time presidential hopeless has helped revive
>an issue that means more to many Americans than any election:


>In his debate reply, Kucinich made a point dear to respectable
>UFO investigators: "It was an unidentified flying object, OK?"
>he said. "It's like... it was unidentified. I saw something."
>There's a difference between saying objects in the sky are
>sometimes not familiar and claiming to have been probed by
>taciturn "grays," and people such as Coalition for Freedom of
>Information co-founder Leslie Kean express understandable
>frustration that UFO ridicule purposely blurs that distinction.

>But with Kucinich as a central advocate, ridicule may be
>unavoidable. In the debate, Kucinich made a self-deprecating
>joke about moving his campaign headquarters to "Roswell, New
>Mexico, and another one in Exeter, New Hampshire." Roswell
>everybody knows about, but with the easy reference to the 1965
>Exeter incident, Kucinich leaves the impression that he's not
>just a UFO witness, he's a buff.

>Let him go on, and we suspect Kucinich will soon be expanding on
>the Kecksburg sightings, the Val Johnson incident, Lonnie
>Zamora, the 'Kaikoura lights' and countless other visitations
>from the sky that continue to sustain our nation's sense of

Hey, no fair! How dare a mainstream newspaper put out a fair and
reasonable editorial regarding UFOs and it not contain
disingenous remarks!

Why if this keeps up real journalism might break out all over
the place and we'd all be in for a world of hurt!

Somebody ought to write the LA Times and warn them if they don't
stop publishing thoughtful and level-headed editorials we'll be
out in the streets protesting!

Ruin our perceptions of cowardly lacky journalists will they?
Well we'll show them! We'll boycott their newspaper and...

Wait. Coffee just set in. Am I reading this article right?



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