Godwin's Law Revisited

Godwin's Law says that as soon as one party to a debate or argument likens any other party to Hitler or the Nazis, the discussion is effectively over. Now it looks like there's an interesting corollary to that law. Let's call it McKinney's Corollary.

Georgia's state embarassment in the House of Representatives -- Socialist Congresscritter Cynthia McKinney, who looks like she stuck her finger in a light socket -- surprised no one by playing the race card in this little tempest in a teapot involving the Capitol Hill Police. Of course, in her case, she's also willing to play the gender card. As though that should matter.

Of course, when someone like Nancy "Pitbull" Pelosi distances herself -- and, by extension, the party -- from McKinney, it puts her on very thin ice indeed.

What could possibly be "racist" or "inappropriate" about a cop chasing down someone who A) was not wearing the pin that would identify her as a member of Congress, and B) ignored three orders to stop?

Just once, we'd like to see a liberal stand up and face the music for his/her misdeeds without trying to blame things on someone else.

We can't help but wonder when the voters of Georgia's 4th District will wake up and give her the boot.


At 3:23 PM, April 05, 2006, Blogger Res Ipsa said...

This was so good I think you should post it twice :)

Res Ipsa

At 3:41 AM, April 06, 2006, Blogger Master Doh-San said...

Looks like Blogger is having troubles again. :-/

At 8:57 AM, April 08, 2006, Blogger Galt-In-Da-Box said...

The minute she started playing the "poor, oppressed victim of society" violin infront of the cameras, I knew she was guilty.
Criminal mentality: 1. "I didn't steal, I was "just borrowing it/had my right to it anyway" (Do you hear me, Wetbacks' Rights gang?).
2. I'm innocent because of what some group of people did/didn't do to my ancestors three centuries ago.
3. Prove it, motha$#@&ah!


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