Monday, June 12, 2006

Sheehan in Cincinnati?
If a crazy anti-war protestor comes to town, and nobody knows about it, does she still help our side?
Anti-war activist Cindy Sheehan said the pain of losing her son in Iraq led her to consider taking sleeping pills to commit suicide.
Unafraid of dancing on the back of her deceased son, who valiantly gave his life for this country, Sheehan plies sympathy from an already sympathetic crowd. If you don't succeed in an attempt to take your own life, it's a cry for help. Would it not be more beneficial to discuss this (and many other things) with a counselor, Cindy? Oh, wait a minute...
"How could I put them through another death in the family?" she said.
But you put them through Casey's death every single day you're in the headlines, Cindy. You consistently embarrass yourself and your family on national TV. Not as consistently, since the Democrats realized that you were more a political liability than asset, but consistently nonetheless.
"Putting his picture in a golden frame and displaying it won't help anything, because murder begets murder," she said.
Some people just refuse to be happy about anything.

Comments on "Sheehan in Cincinnati?"

 

Anonymous Theo said ... (3:29 PM) : 

Ah, the right-wing...never met a military man they couldn't slander. John Kerry, Jack Murtha, Cindy Sheehan's son, on and on. Maybe if any of the current batch of Republicans on The Hill had served, they might have a little empathy.

And in regards to being "very happy", ignorance IS bliss.

 

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