Government Types Hold Alien Panel, Pull 9/11 Card
History will remember the 2008 Dennis Kucinich campaign for two things: his hot-ass wife Elizabeth, and bringing UFOs back into the political dialogue. Kucinich's discussion of his UFO encounter during the last Democratic debate sparked a resurgence of very important questions about how our government is handling the "alien situation." No, not Mexicans -- like LEGIT aliens in flying saucers and shit. Last week, former Arizona Gov. Fife "The Fife" Symington wrote about his alien encounter after years of denying it. On Monday, The Fife was a key member of a UFO panel featuring experts with Air Force, NASA, FAA, Et Cetera and So Forth experience.
Monday's panel "called on the U.S. government to reopen its generation-old UFO investigation as a matter of safety and security given continuing reports about flying discs, glowing spheres and other strange sightings" (emphasis ours). What ever could they mean about safety and security? Do we assume these aliens to be hostile?
Absolutely! Aliens are ALL hostile because of... 9/11!:
"Especially after the attacks of 9/11, it is no longer satisfactory to ignore radar returns ... which cannot be associated with performances of existing aircraft and helicopters," they said in a statement released at a news conference.
And now the obligatory Independence Day highlight reel: