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Ghaddafi Is A Hero


Ha ha! You've been following the media narrative that Gadaffi is a bad guy! Wrong! He's awesome!

So says former Congresswoman Cynthia McKinney (GA), anyway. Do you remember her? She was always one of my favorites, elected primarily thanks to an under-educated public in an over-gerrymandered district in Georgia. Ms. McKinney is a 9/11 conspiracy theorist and has conducted investigations into George W. Bush's complicity. She also believes that the CIA had a hand in killing Martin Luther King, Jr. And, of course, rapper Tupac Shakur. She also believes that thousands of people were murdered and buried by the U.S. Army in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina. And now she believes that Muammar Gadaffi is freaking awesome and we totally suck for raining on his parade.

It's a great read. You'll learn that Libya is actually a better democracy than the United States and that according to some guy's "investigation" the CIA actually blew up Pam Am Flight 103 over Lockerbie, Scotland. Not Gadaffi, you fool! And remember:

The reason Muammar Qaddafi is a target is because he has been a thorn in the side of anti-revolutionary forces since he took power in Libya, overthrowing the King and nationalizing the oil industry so that the people could benefit from their oil resources.

So don't go telling me it's because he's a terrorist or because he's insane and murdering his own people. Sure, her argument is somewhat weakened by the fact that many, many Libyans would like to see him dead - but I don't want to get bogged down with details.

McKinney is no longer in Congress. After she caused a national kerfuffle by assaulting a Capitol Hill Police officer not even Al Sharpton could be bothered to defend her. Her former constituency is now served by Representative Hank Johnson who famously worried that the island of Guam might capsize if we put too many army men on it.

Once you're done with her article, I strongly recommend the revolutionary poetry page.

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