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Friday, August 12, 2005

Cindy Sheehan

This grieving mother, camped outside of President Bush's Texas retreat, is demanding that the President meet with her personally and explain why her son died in Iraq. She is being used as a political pawn by lefties like MoveOn.org and Michael Moore to further their own agendas. Sheehan's own family has issued a statement distancing them from her actions. Sheehan should go home and stop allowing herself to be manipulated by opportunists.

14 comments:

dotbar said...

I'm sure all she can think of is finding some answer to why her son died...just like every other mom who loses a son. Unfortunately, she (like every other mother) won't find any answer that will satisfy her. It must be a terrible thing to lose a child under any circumstances.

Anonymous said...

we're all still waiting for a straight answer

Anonymous said...

Maybe we would be better off with a president that didn't spend so much time in his retreat. What the hell does he think America is, a kingdom? Get off your ass, Bush, and do some work. Better yet, do us all a favor and get the hell out of the White House, you lazy, arrogant SOB!

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Musicguy said...

whether or not she is being manipulated is irrelevent. her feelings are real while the preseident's "compassion" is carefully choreographed to shine his image. it wouldn't kill him to spend 4 minutes listening to her. after all, he's on vacation.

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Anonymous said...

Although it may kill him to spend 4 minutes with her. She might corner him into contradicting himself, like Rumsfeld does constantly. And God forbid if it get's caught on tape, just one more thing for them to try and keep off television.

Saije said...

The President met with her once already. And she has expanded her message to include a demand that we stop supporting Israel and that she not have to pay taxes.

Anonymous said...

That's right. Anyone objecting to a lying, cheating, stealing, back-stabbing, ankle-biting, arrogant asshole like Bush, who needlessly killed her son and hundreds of others to support his greedy oil agenda has got to have issues :)

Anonymous said...

Why are Bush and his supporters attacking Cindy Sheehan?

Cindy Sheehan has struck a nerve. It's David against Goliath. Bush and his supporters see Cindy Sheehan as a danger because she is focusing attention on the lies that got us into war with Iraq and the mismanagement of the war ever since.
The NeoCons know how dangerous this can be. The brainwashed are fighting to support the bubble of lies they live in.
Elite Republican Guard Dogs Attack Sheehan. W's gang knows the best defense is a good offense, thus they will attack, attack, and attack Cindy Sheehan and anyone else with her credibility who is telling the truth about W's gang, because these hard core, elite, Republican guard dogs are allergic to the truth as they have been historically. Like, Joseph McCarthy's gang they use the guilt by association technique to smear their opponents.

The tremendous advantage that Ms Sheehan's is that they only need to tell the truth about W's gang, and that makes their work a lot easier, whereas the other side has to make things up, and definitely does.

Anonymous said...

Well there he goes again, in his typical in-your-face fashion. Not only has he not met with Cindy Sheehan, he is saying "screw you" and sending even more troops to Iraq. This is the kind of charm that has won the hearts of 1/2 the country and all of the rest of the world - that want to rip his nuts off! Perhaps though if he continues to ignore the Kyoto treaty (signed by over 150 countries) and continues to help overwhelm the earth with excess greenhouse gasses, all his enemies will be flooded by the melting polar ice caps, which should include everyone in the world except the bone-headed rednecks in the red states!

Mr. Matt said...

well I don't know where to start.

There just seams to be so many people commenting anonymously that they perfer to hide behind them selfs. I may be abl to help some one here though. The reasoning behind The US Govt. for sending more troops to Iraq is the fact that in the fall/winter time frame there is another election amongst other things.

God of all politics said...

Right. Actually now that we're already there, pulling out will ad further insult to the injury originally caused by invading to stop WMD's (which was a lie). Look at the polls. His support for the war is seriously slipping, even among his own followers.

Anonymous said...

"If this were a dictatorship, it'd be a heck of a lot easier, just so long as I'm the dictator."
-GW Bush

during a photo-op with Congressional leaders on 12/18/2000.

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