Wednesday, October 31, 2007

Dennis Kucinich saw a UFO!

So he said in last night's Democratic debate. To be fair, I've seen things flying in the sky that I counldn't identify, but they looked normal enough. No one identified them for me, but then, I never asked. Still, they were probably planes. Or experimental secret government military jets. Or Krelmaxian battle cruisers on a recon mission, trying to figure out just where to shoot in order to destroy Earth.

Kucinich did get off a good zinger, though: "More people in this country have seen UFOs than I think approve of George Bush's presidency." Good line, but Tim Russert was just a little too quick with the statistic that only 14% of all Americans claim to have seen UFOs, don't you think? Russert is clearly part of the cover-up. I read—I think it was in the Weekly World News—that Russert's car has Area 51 license plates on it, so there's probably a conspiracy of some kind going on here...

Russert also joined a more credible cover-up. He claimed that Bush's approval ratings are in the mid-thirties, where most polls recently put Bush in the mid-twenties. Looks like Dennis Kucinich is well on his way to being right!

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