Former Arizona Governor Joins UFO-Sighting Craze
Aliens were big enough of an issue at the Democratic debate two weeks ago that Tim Russert decided to end the night with a discussion of them. But even if you laughed at Dennis Kucinich and Bill Richardson discussing their UFO sightings in their attempts to make themselves even less unelectable, they've now got more political verification -- this time, from ex-Arizona Governor Fife Symington ("Fife," yes), who claimed he saw a UFO in 1997. Arizona is like the rich man's New Mexico, so if you didn't believe Bill Richardson, you better start paying attention now.
This man once ran a state:
In 1997, during my second term as governor of Arizona, I saw something that defied logic and challenged my reality.
I witnessed a massive delta-shaped, craft silently navigate over Squaw Peak, a mountain range in Phoenix, Arizona. It was truly breathtaking. I was absolutely stunned because I was turning to the west looking for the distant Phoenix Lights.
To my astonishment this apparition appeared; this dramatically large, very distinctive leading edge with some enormous lights was traveling through the Arizona sky.
As a pilot and a former Air Force Officer, I can definitively say that this craft did not resemble any man-made object I'd ever seen. And it was certainly not high-altitude flares because flares don't fly in formation.
But the gosh darn bureaucrats in Washington, always shuffling the papers and twiddling their cocks around for "empirical data," eventually announced that it was just some Air Force planes flying around all crazy like.
The Fife don't believe. The Fife angry. The Fife play on:
We want the government to stop putting out stories that perpetuate the myth that all UFOs can be explained away in down-to-earth conventional terms. Investigations need to be re-opened, documents need to be unsealed and the idea of an open dialogue can no longer be shunned.
No one shun The Fife. The Fife seen alien go fly fly ZOOM.