Here’s a description of the informative video you are about to see:
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Meet Rep. Hank Johnson (D-GA). While questioning the Navy’s Pacific Fleet commander, Adm. Robert Willard, at a March 25 Armed Services Committee hearing, Johnson worried that the island of Guam might capsize if we put a few thousand more people [8k Marines and families] on it – because it’s only 7 miles across at its “least widest” point.
Johnson later explained that he was speaking metaphorically. Watch the video and judge for yourself….

Johnson represents GA’s 4th district, which previously sent the red menace Cynthia McKinney to Washington. Needless to say, around 150% of his district voted for Obama in the last election.
Johnson is a member of the House Democratic leadership, serving as Regional Whip for the 8th Region (GA, FL, MS, AL, U.S. Virgin Islands). He [also] sits on the… Judiciary Committee. A frequent and harsh critic of President Bush, he thinks criticism of Obama is secretly racist, and has called for the censure of an Obama critic in Congress..
The 55-year-old Johnson is a graduate of Clark Atlanta University and the Thurgood Marshall School of Law. So far, Johnson is the leading contender for this year’s Sheila Jackson Lee Martian Flag Award Category.

The entire clip is entertaining, but it really starts getting good at 1:10…

Rep. Johnson also believes that if too many people stand on one side of the earth, it, too, could tip over and capsize, since it’s flat, as you know.
[HT: friend Kathy V.]

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