Thursday, June 15, 2006

King's continued delusions

Apparently King is now asking to be sent home for his own safety. As he explained so confidently on the House floor this week, he and his family is less safe in DC than in Iraq.

Using incorrect numbers, either fed to him unchecked by the right wing propaganda machine he blindly follows, or creating them through some unknown algorithm, King produced "evidence" that it is safer to live in Iraq than the Capital of the free world.

We are unsure how much King truly knows of the great city he refers to as "this place", even after living there for 3 years now. On the other hand, Schulte has enjoyed many of the city's great neighborhoods during her many trips to the city to support educational and agricultural matters to Congressional members and association meetings & conventions.

Neighborhoods such as Adams-Morgan, in NW DC, with a rich global ethnic mix must put fear into the mis-understanding mind of King, since fear is so easily born from a lack of understanding. The large hispanic communities across the river in Arlington, VA must similarly keep him relegated to DC, while the poorer neighborhoods of eastern DC would leave him boxed in to Capitol Hill and the few blocks north and west of it.

This would, as the article states so clearly, leave him feeling protected, if not a bit claustrophobic. But that fear of being locked in might keep his other fears company.


Blogger IowaNiceGuy said...

King is such an ass. I watched him on the House floor for only about minute until I my stomach couldn't take anymore. He is such a moron.

11:52 PM  
Blogger knuckboy said...

Now he's saying that DC would "frown on" shooting guns. Which way is it, Mr. King? Moron.

8:44 AM  

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