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Cynthia McKinney interviews in Iran. (video)

Is this for real?
~15:30 she discusses being forced as a Congresswoman to sign a pledge of unequivocal support for Israel.
(edit for clarification: the pledge having been signed was assumed and demanded only after wasting her time for 3 weeks on campaign strategy by potential contributors. She claims this happens more than we know.)

http://youtu.be/w1y3maNzFo4

I stand firmly behind the Constitution and RP's Israel platform. Let them be their own country and the U.S. Government should stay out of others' affairs. If private money wants to support Israel for whatever purpose they want, that's their freedom of choice.

If someone can verify this through other sources, that'd be fantastic. With the power of hard evidence, this needs to be common knowledge for aspiring and incumbent Congressmen and Senators.




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Pls view Cynthia's - .

Prax, thanks for posting this video. Cynthia is a courageous woman, she says it in the open, boldly and clearly, that there are many members in the U$ congress who give a pledge to the zionist state, -the impostor called Israel.

The timing is right, Netanyahu is in the U$, addressed 10,000 members of AIPAC, where 3/4th of the congress was in attendance, applauding. Then he is scheduled to address congress, VP Biden is playing the host while Obama is having a jolly good time with the 'royalty' in britain.

Cynthia is frank and sincere, no pretense, I think we need No verification, its quite obvious. You are right though, hard copies are useful to show the skeptics, but remember those who sell their souls to the devil do Not display the receipt of sale. Watch Netanyahu's arrogance, he is in the U$ congress, they bow to him in adoration, this is the evidence of loyal-tie.

View video, share, and pls comment.

I may be daft, but . . .

I didn't hear the word 'forced' used by Cynthia--

I think she was being careful with her words, while speaking of her experience honestly--

in other words, I didn't hear her speak violently about it; force implies violence, and she was careful about saying she was politically 'assaulted'--

I listened for the word "forced"; now the interviewer may have used it, or . . . my hearing has already gone--

I thought it was a great interview, but then I like Cynthia--

I winced over her talking about appropriating money for her district, but then after all the baillouts . . .--

what difference does it make, almost? I am sick of government programs and welfarism, etc.--

but still . . . it seems that the greater part of welfare is for the richest--

it's hard to be awake; it's easier to dream--

Agreed

Agreed, though forced is somewhat appropriate in context of the campaign finance racket. Didn't mean to put words in her mouth.

great find

Thank you.

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Black & White Issues,

LL, I am not sure if you have seen this video about RP, its on the site of RBN-(Republican Broadcast Network), its done very neatly and clearly, so easy to understand, - very good for education and promotion, called -
"The real black and white issues",
http://republicbroadcasting.org/?p=15320

Last week I had seen something similar on DP. If you find it useful you could upload on your site, or on DP.

(my post is not related to this thread, will see Cynthia's video, - now. - pls excuse)

sorry

not enough time
hope to see it tomorrow

peace
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LL on Twitter: http://twitter.com/LibertyPoet
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Love won! Deliverance from Tyranny is on the way! Col. 2:13-15