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Monday, November 21, 2005

Saint Cindy's Debut on the New York Times Bestseller List?

So, the inevitable is about to occur. Coming soon to a bookstore near you, Saint Cindy’s first, hopefully last, book. If you didn’t get enough of her anti-war, anti-America rants, and the shameful use of her son’s honorable service and death as a platform for the anti-American, communist/socialist left's propaganda in this country you will soon be able to purchase all of her drivel in book form. One wonders if it will also come out in a coffee table hard back form. After all, it would be a necessary accessory at Hollywood and liberal cocktail parties across the nation.

It’s a real shame that this misguided, tool of the Michael Moore, George Soros, anti-Americans won’t go away. In an article found here regarding her new book here are a few of her quotes:

"He didn't enlist to be used and misused by a reckless commander in chief who sent his troops to preemptively attack and occupy a country that was no imminent threat or any threat to our country," she writes.

"The right-wingers are really having a field day with me," she wrote. "... What really hurts me the most is when people say that I am dishonoring Casey by my protest in Crawford. By wanting our troops to come home alive and well, that I am somehow not supporting them."

Sheehan plans to go on a book tour, but first she wants to resume her protest in Crawford this week as Bush spends Thanksgiving at his ranch.

"The Camp Casey movement will not die until we have a genuine accounting of the truth and until our troops are brought home," she wrote. "Get used to it, George. We are not going away."

So, it looks like this Thanksgiving there will be two turkeys. The one on the dinner table and the one by the side of the road outside of President Bush’s ranch in Crawford, Texas.

The one by the side of the road, complete with an entourage of old hippies and young hippy wannabes, will no doubt continue with her liberal, anti-American sound bites and her self deluded estimation that her efforts are somehow supporting the troops despite the fact that she is calling their mission in Afghanistan and Iraq the criminal acts of their evil Commander in Chief (in other words, their hard work and sacrifice means nothing and is in fact evil and they ought to come home with their heads hung low in shame).

Never mind the fact that it has been demonstrated again and again that President Bush wasn’t the only one who saw the necessity of ousting Saddam from power in Iraq, and saw the WMD/nuclear threat he posed the US, the CIA, the Intelligence communities of Britain, Germany, Russia, China, Israel and France, (not to mention many of these same democrats who are now doing the “Kerry flip-flop”) also were in all in one accord with Saddam’s WMD threat.

As long as she can get an audience she will keep right on being the left’s puppet. It’s just a shame that there is no limit to how many times she will drag her son’s honor and death through the liberal mud to serve as a platform for her anti-American rants.

Denouncing our troops mission hurts morale and that endangers their mission and emboldens the “freedom fighters” in Iraq, (that’s bloodthirsty, demon possessed terrorists for the rest of us who aren’t buying the left’s lies). Any activities that tear down the morale of the brave men and women who are sacrificing their all for her freedom to make an ass out of herself on TV is not only anything but supporting the troops it is treasonous Jane Fonda type behavior.


Anonymous Sparky said...

There used to be a name for people like Cindy. I believe they used to call them "traitor".

If she is so unhappy with her government, she is free to pack up her crap and move to some other country.

5:09 AM  

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