Friday, December 14, 2007

Cynthia McKinney speaking in Chicago tonight

Someone I've been blogging a lot about lately, Cynthia McKinney, will be in Chicago tonight. Cynthia McKinney is running for president under the Green Party banner.

From an Illinois Green Party press release:

During her swing through Chicago, McKinney will speak at a fundraiser
held a Decima Musa, 1901 South Loomis (19th & Loomis), in Chicago's historic Pilsen neighborhood. The event will be held Friday, Dec. 14, 7 p.m. to 9 p.m.


At an event last week in Carbondale, Ill., McKinney was endorsed by 2006 Green Party gubernatorial candidate Rich Whitney, who earned the support of over 10 percent of Illinois voters in that campaign.

"I have long felt that Cynthia McKinney was a Green at heart," Whitney commented recently. "Unlike most Democrats in Congress, Cynthia has long been a principled, tireless advocate for peace, civil rights, and the fundamental right of the people to vote and have their vote count – accurately. She has long been a fighter against corruption, injustice, environmental destruction, the imperial presidency and the corporate aristocracy in this country. Her voting record was impeccable. She was, and is, a true representative of the public interest."

Eventually Whitney will regret those comments, in my opinion. The posts below should explain why.

Related Marathon Pundit posts:

Moonbat McKinney visits her home planet: "Truther" World
A bleak day in Carbondale, Illinois: Salukis lose, McKinney arrives: UPDATED
Georgia's Cynthia McKinney Parkway may be headed for the exit ramp
Police brutalizer Cynthia McKinney to lead protest of police brutality
Uh-oh. Green Party candidates multiply in Illinois
Still in the 1960s: 2008 Green Party convention coming to Chicago: UPDATED

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