8/19/2005

The Huffington Post: Cindy Sheehan: Memo to Drudge, et al: It's Not About Me, It's About the War

I posted the gist of Cindy's comments on my previous post, so here is the Huffington post links and the comments. Lots of hate filled neocons commenting. The funniest IMHO was this: "The loss of your son, while tragic, does not make you an authority on anything... Think what a terrible world we would live in if it was actually the case that no person of conscience could support bloody war." I got news for you bubba: no person of conscience CAN support THIS bloody war -- law

Just ignore them, Cindy. They are making fools of themselves attacking you like that.
Thousands stood vigil with you last night all across the country (myself included). They can't stop this wave no matter how hard they try.
Thank you for your courage.
Posted by: dday on August 18, 2005 at 02:56PM

Ms. Sheehan: Could you please give your rationale for naming President Bush "the world's biggest terrorist" while ignoring bin Laden, Zarqawi, etc?
Posted by: unclebubba on August 18, 2005 at 03:03PM

Bah, don't give that attention-whoring rumor factory asswipe any free publicity. I'm sure within minutes he'll be updating his story to tell everyone that you mentioned him by name.
Posted by: tonyc on August 18, 2005 at 03:16PM

I'm sure you would like to focus attention elsewhere, Cindy. But when you say in public that we are fighting a nuclear war in Iraq and that the county is contaminated, people may question the validity of other things you say. It's human nature, don't blame it on Drudge.
Posted by: K on August 18, 2005 at 03:21PM

Stay strong. These clowns in power and their supporters have revealed once again their true colors. No argument so smear and destroy.
Posted by: Chris on August 18, 2005 at 03:21PM

Cindy,
I am 100 percent behind you! I think that the very least Bushie baby owes you is a face to face meeting. Everyone I know says "well, he already met with her." While this may be true, this was before the whole world discovered what a liar he and his administration is! Some people want to say "well her son knew what he was getting into when he signed up" This is also true, however, had he known the truth that we know now, would he have? If you had known the truth prior to his enlistment, wouldn't you have tried to talk him out of it maybe a little bit harder?
My dad was a career military person (AF). I give him my utmost respect. However, because of Bushie Baby and his lies, I opted to withhold any information my child's school has on him from any and all military recruiters. I wish and hope you might encourage others to do the same!
God Bless You, Cindy!
Posted by: Kimberhaze on August 18, 2005 at 03:23PM

He's every bit as entitled to comment about you as you are about the war. The loss of your son, while tragic, does not make you an authority on anything.
Think what a terrible world we would live in if it was actually the case that no person of conscience could support bloody war
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Posted by: bobtastic on August 18, 2005 at 03:39PM


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