So…if McKinney loses, again, is it the JEW’S fault, again?

Last night at church, a conversation sparked a memory about the first time that Cynthia McKinney lost a reelection bid. It was 2002 or so. Her dad, a piece of work unto his own bad self, blamed it on the Jews. J-E-W-S.

This morning, handy search engine in hand, I dove in only to find that Donkey Cons had already done all this homework way back in March! In fact, with eerie clairvoyance, they outline a plethora of McKinney al-familia bad behavior.

… later, I learned that Cynthia McKinney’s tendency toward crackpot demagoguery is an inherited trait. Her father, Billy McKinney, was a state representative who strongly backed the racial gerrymandering of Georgia’s congressional districts. This ill-advised measure had the convenient effect of carving out the district that first elected his daughter to Congress, but it also helped destroy the Democratic Party in Georgia (and nationally) by carving out several nearly all-white districts that sent Republicans to Congress in 1994.

So Billy McKinney got his daughter at seat in Congress, and the Democratic Party paid the price. Brilliant.

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Let’s review, then, what we know about the McKinneys:

Am I the only one who sees a pattern here?

Read the whole thing. Geeee, I wish I lived in the 4th District. I’d vote her a** right out of there!

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  1. August 9, 2006 at 7:09 am

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  2. August 11, 2006 at 7:13 am

    […] Well, as I predicted here, the McKinney camp starting slinging anti-Semitic slurs before the run-off results were even in. Would you believe it though? It was one of her bodyguards (if that’s what you would call him), that beat Daddy McKinney to the punch. […]

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