It’s barely a week since my last posting on Representative Dennis Kucinich of Ohio, but he must’ve really enjoyed the attention, cause he’s back at it.

Kucinich, is demanding a face-to-face meeting with Pfc. Bradley Manning, the soldier accused of releasing thousands of classified military documents to the piece of crap website Wikileaks. Now I use the term “accused” cause here in America we are considered innocent until proven guilty. However, the evidence against Manning is very damning.

Kucinich, a member of the Congressional Committee on Oversight and Government Reform, wrote a letter to Defense Secretary Robert Gates requesting a meeting with Manning, currently being held at the Marine Corps Base in Quantico, Virginia. In the letter Kucinich states, “I am concerned about reports of his treatment while in custody that describe alarming abuses of his constitutional rights and his physical health.” Where are these reports coming from? Have you seen them in the news? Was this from some story on the Daily Kos or the Huntington Post? Come on Congressman, if there’s some credible evidence of abuse, put out your evidence!

Kucinich goes on in his letter to quote from a report written by surgeon Atul Gawande, stating that “without sustained social interaction, the human brain may become as impaired as one that has incurred a traumatic injury.” Really? I guess the folks that misbehave in our prisons and get sent to solitary confinement don’t count. Or how about the military prisoners held in World War II by the Japanese that were routinely sent to the “hole,” they all came back mad didn’t they? And I suppose that probably goes for Senator John McCain as well. He spent how many days without any human interaction in the Hanoi Hilton in North Viet Nam?

Kucinich is pressing Secretary Gates to arrange a meeting so the he can assess Manning’s current state of mind and whether he is mentally fit to stand trial. Now you’ve done it Congressman, you’re going to make me throw out the most repulsive of expletives…Oh My God! Did someone cut off the oxygen to this man’s mind? Does he really believe that military doctors would stand by while a prisoner held about 30 miles south of the nation’s capital was being socially ignored? Perhaps Kucinich would prefer it if Pfc. Manning were taken out to dinner and maybe a little dancing?

How many millions of Americans are out of work and one of our Congressmen has nothing better to do than be concerned about whether we’re sufficiently stimulating a potential traitor? Seriously Mr. Congressman, did you bump your head?

I don’t know what’s going on in Representative Kucinich’s district back in Ohio, but I’m very worried. I fear someone has poisoned the water supply in an entire Ohio congressional district, leading to mass insanity, and apparently Mr. Kucinich drank more than his share.