Adding an extra dose of crazy to the presidential campaign:
The liberal environmentalist Green Party nominated former Congresswoman Cynthia McKinney as its presidential candidate Saturday.
McKinney, 53, held off three rivals to win the party’s nomination during its convention in Chicago, Illinois. . . .
First elected in 1992, she lost a primary challenge in 2002 after suggesting in a radio interview that members of the Bush administration stood to profit from the war that followed the September 11, 2001, terrorist attacks on New York and Washington.
In 2004 she ran again and won with a low-key campaign in which she largely avoided controversy. But voters ousted her again in 2006 after she was accused of a physical altercation with a U.S. Capitol Police officer who questioned her after failing to recognize her at a security checkpoint.
She joins fellow Georgian Bob Barr in the presidential field. (BTW, the fundraising ticker at Barr’s Web site is now nearing $450,000.) Time magazine has a feature about Barr who “could conceivably Naderize John McCain in a few key states.” The Time story has a Nevada dateline.
(Cross-posted at The Other McCain.)
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