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Postby You Can Call Me Ray » Wed Sep 26, 2007 7:31 pm

http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/co ... 01780.html

By Dana Milbank
Tuesday, September 18, 2007; A02

Federal law limits the participation of resident aliens in the
political process. But it is silent on the role of extraterrestrial
aliens.

This loophole has not been lost on the life forms who arrived on these
shores aboard flying saucers with little more than the antennae on
their backs. After years of suffering without suffrage, these beings
are now seeking to play a role in the 2008 presidential campaign.

That, at any rate, is the considered opinion of the Paradigm Research
Group, which held a news conference at the National Press Club
yesterday to demand that presidential candidates support a "truth
amnesty" to end the "government-imposed truth embargo on the facts
confirming an extraterrestrial presence."

"The truth amnesty disclosure project is reportedly recommended by the
participating extraterrestrials themselves," Alfred Webre of the
Institute for Cooperation in Space announced to the humans-only
gathering, next door to a speech on Iraq by Rep. Jack Murtha. "That is
the specific extraterrestrial civilization which approximately 60
years ago entered into a top-secret CIA human-extraterrestrial liaison
program."

The 2008 presidential cycle has already been an abnormal one, and the
candidates yesterday resisted this attempt to turn the race toward the
paranormal.

"Let me check in with the mothership," Phil Singer, a Hillary Clinton
spokesman, answered when asked about the truth embargo.

"We're more focused on lifting the government-imposed truth embargo on
issues like the war in Iraq," replied Bill Burton, a spokesman for
Barack Obama.

Dismissive answers such as these from the two Democratic front-runners
leave an opening for other candidates to claim the alien vote -- a
prospect that could create havoc in the primaries if large numbers of
ETs are found to be living in Iowa and New Hampshire.

The likeliest beneficiary: New Mexico Gov. Bill Richardson , who wrote
a foreword to the "Roswell Dig Diaries," a UFO book. "As a 25-year-old
he was an employee of a secret CIA extraterrestrial liaison program,"
Webre explained. "He has inside knowledge."

But the knowledge must still be secret: His spokeswoman didn't respond
to an inquiry.

Also a favorite of the ET crowd is Dennis Kucinich, the Ohio
congressman. "I'm sorry to out you, Dennis, but he knows a lot about
this subject," confided Stephen Bassett of the Paradigm Research
Group. "If he brings it forward as a presidential candidate, he's
going to make some history."

The Republican side is "really tough" for the UFO crowd, but Bassett
gives his nod to John McCain, a former Navy pilot, over Ron Paul, who
was an Air Force flight surgeon. "McCain has shown some displeasure
with the way NASA has conducted its affairs," Bassett reasoned.

More than anybody, Bassett has been working to elevate alien affairs
as an issue in 2008. He filmed video questions for the CNN-You Tube
debates; they weren't selected. He urged George Stephanopoulos to ask
the candidates about ETs; no luck. He wrote an article titled the "ET
Ticket" -- it gives the nod to Clinton and Richardson -- for
publications such as UFO Magazine. And, fresh from the weekend's
"X-Conference 2007" convention in Gaithersburg, he rented a room at
the press club yesterday to announce "new efforts to introduce the
UFO/ET issue into the ongoing presidential campaigns."

An economy-minded Bassett didn't order a microphone for his event, and
the "X-Conference" banner he bought on the Internet ("one-third the
price of Kinkos!") was too big for the room and had to be continued on
a second wall. About 40 X-Conference conventioneers packed the room,
far outnumbering the handful of journalists.

But none of this slowed Bassett, who treated the assembly to startling
revelations: the " Jimmy Carter ET studies," the "Rockefeller
initiative toward the Clinton administration to end the UFO truth
embargo" and the "1967 Malmstrom Air Force Base incident, where our
SAC missiles were shut down by an ET craft hanging over the base."

Not one of the participants or audience members cracked a smile.
Neither did they giggle when Webre proposed an environmental rationale
for the ET amnesty program, saying the aliens' "advanced technology,"
which uses nonpolluting fuel, could "revolutionize the transport of
goods and people on this planet and rejuvenate the biosphere."

The faces remained serious and earnest when Robert Miles, a film
producer, announced plans to give each member of Congress a
high-definition DVD titled "Fastwalkers: They Are Here." On the cover,
a mean-looking alien eyes the Capitol and saucers circle overhead.
"Don't tell me the American public's not interested," Miles challenged.

So far, however, the presidential candidates remain, well, alienated.
Even Kucinich. "If you have a serious question, just ask me," Kucinich
spokeswoman Natalie Laber replied when told of the UFO crowd's hopes
for her boss. "If not, then just keep your silly comments to yourself."
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I wonder if I can write-in "Gorgon for President"??? :)
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Didn't Hillary have an alien boyfriend?

Postby MikeJamieson » Mon Oct 01, 2007 1:29 am

I think the esteemed journal, the Weekly World News, had a series
of exposes on that.

I'm wondering why Stephen thought the different campaigns would
be interested in jumping onboard with this issue. We have bonecrushing
matters to take care of now. Is he aware of that? How are we being affected by the alien presence here?

"We're more focused on lifting the government-imposed truth embargo on
issues like the war in Iraq," replied Bill Burton, a spokesman for
Barack Obama.
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