Tuesday, April 04, 2006

Resolution to Commend Capitol Police Slapdown of McKinney

From the Washington Times:
Two House members will introduce tomorrow a resolution to commend the U.S. Capitol Police department, which Rep. Cynthia A. McKinney accused last week of racial profiling.
"The 1,700 officers of the Capitol Police force risk their lives every day protecting constituents, staff and members of Congress," said Rep. Patrick T. McHenry, North Carolina Republican. "The right thing to do is to commend these men and women. They deserve a pat on the back, which is more appropriate than what they've gotten lately."
Still no word on whether psycho-hosebeast Cynthia McKinney will face charges for assaulting a Capitol Police officer, or will be exempted from responsibility for being black.

God knows that the Reverend Martin Luther King Jr. died to preserve the right of idiotic Georgia congresswomen to flaunt security procedures and attack police officers during self-indulgent hissy fits. I think Dr. King mentioned it during his "I have a dream" speech:
"I have a DREAM...that PROUD Afro-American congresswomen from the state of GEORGIA shall be SET FREE to crush the OPPRESSORS who would chain them with the symbolic SLAVE COLLARS of lapel pins.
It might have been Carrot Top, though, but I'm sure that Dr. King is enormously proud of Congresswoman McKinney anyway.