Saturday, November 12, 2005


Was it a government conspiracy?

Rep. Cynthia McKinney (D-GA) wants to uncover "all government records on the life and death" of Tupac Shakur, so they can "be preserved for historical and governmental purposes." Shakur died in 1996 in a Las Vegas shoot-em-up.

Scripps-Howard News Service reports McKinney is acting freaky about her own bill:
Approached outside her congressional office on Wednesday, McKinney refused to comment to a reporter about her own bill -- a Washington rarity.

She appeared surprised by the question and asked a reporter if it was his "modus operandi" to catch lawmakers in the halls of their office buildings -- it's a common practice on Capitol Hill.

Before walking away she referred questions about the bill to her staff.
Silly McKinney. Doesn't she know Tupac is still alive?

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