Friday, October 1, 2010
Clearly we're living in odd times. Record unemployment is cheerily described as a "recovery," Democrats are running campaign ads attacking Nancy Pelosi, the mainstream media depicts tax-conscious retirees waving American flags as dangerous "extremists," and the president insists that building a mosque at Ground Zero is the "feel good" idea of the decade. Could things get any stranger?
In separate events this week, the United Nations announced that they were appointing an "Alien Ambassador" to greet other-worldy visitors should the need arise, and a group of retired Air Force officials went on the record to declare that UFOs are real, the government knows about them, and that the mysterious craft have - on multiple occasions - disabled U.S. nuclear missiles.
It would be easy to laugh this story off if we couldn't see and hear the testimony for ourselves. These are credible men who previously held high and respected positions in the military. Men who had, and have, something to lose by coming forward with their stories...but are doing it anyway.
After watching the testimony of these Air Force officers, our opinion is that they're sincere, truthful, and that something very odd is going on. Sure, it's hard to believe...but no harder than believing that there really is a spotlessly clean (but unseen) birth certificate locked in a Hawaiian safety deposit box, or that the mad scientists in Washington really have perfected the art of creating "saved jobs"...which are totally invisible!