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capitalcity
08-26-2005, 06:00 PM
According to codepink4peace.org, Sheehan and her lemmings will be coming to austin next week. As of now I'm planning to go counter-protest by showing up with a simple sign.

Before I head off to office depot, I need some inspiration. I want my sign to be blunt and to the point, but not overtly inflamatory as I will probably be subjecting myself to significant hippie backlash. (I don't want to get spit at or punched.) Plus I want something that will show up well on camera in the event I make the news.

Suggestions?

u2sarajevo
08-26-2005, 06:15 PM
Probably not what you are looking for.... but I like some of these (http://www.protestwarrior.com/signs.php?thumb=1)

Drbio
08-26-2005, 07:28 PM
What sickens me is that she praised Bush after her son was killed and now she has become such a liberal Moveon.org shill. The woman is all over the map with liberal crap. The local news is full of reports of dissention in the camp though. A San Francisco newspaper reporter broke a story today on who was paying for food, airfare etc. You guessed it....move on people...just move on.

dude1394
08-26-2005, 08:03 PM
It's okay, it only serves to remind the rest of america who the supporters of the democrat party is. Hopefully the democrat party can cease to exist so a responsible one can take their place. One that could actually be trusted in power.


I'm sure Cindy will be in the box with Jimmah and Michael (the maggot) Moore. The heart and soul of the democrat party.

capitalcity
08-26-2005, 09:48 PM
moveon.cindy

CINDY'S TEARS
>sponsored by MoveOn.org

capitalcity
08-26-2005, 09:49 PM
how about:

Your 15 Minutes Are Up

Mavdog
08-26-2005, 09:51 PM
yeah, just what does she think she is doing using a peaceful demonstration to express her position. does she believe she has the right of free speech or something?

cap, it's good that you are going to be there to counterdemonstrate. no matter which side of the debate you fall on, express yourself peacefully and make your position heard. I'm sure your sign will be very crafty.

frankly tho, I'm giving you more respect than you seem to give those who agree with sheehan, and not call your side "lemmings' for following the white house line...

dude1394
08-26-2005, 10:00 PM
No one says she doesn't have the right of free speech, who the heck is stopping her. As I said, I'm just as glad she stays out there spouting leftist drivel. The longer the better.

Mavdog
08-26-2005, 10:13 PM
Originally posted by: dude1394
No one says she doesn't have the right of free speech, who the heck is stopping her. As I said, I'm just as glad she stays out there spouting leftist drivel. The longer the better.

you're not the one who said she 'sickens' them dude..

don't look now but she has a higher approval rating than the pres....i/expressions/face-icon-small-happy.gif

capitalcity
08-26-2005, 10:21 PM
Cindy Sheehan for Mullah 2008

dude1394
08-26-2005, 10:25 PM
And the dems I'm sure.

Maybe she could run for the democrat nomination.

dude1394
08-26-2005, 10:41 PM
Dubya decided to submit one.


Leak: Draft of Bush Answer to Cindy Sheehan
by Scott Ott

(2005-08-24) -- An internal White House memo, leaked today, indicates how President George Bush initially planned to address Cindy Sheehan's question: What "noble cause" did my son die for?

The draft memo includes suggestions from White House communications staff, followed by several paragraphs apparently handwritten by the president.

While handwriting experts from CBS News continue to pore over the document to verify its authenticity, here is the text of the president's alleged response to the grieving Mom whose protest has captured the hearts of America's journalists.

Dear Mrs. Sheehan,

You have asked me to identify the noble cause for which your son died. I have not answered you personally out of respect for the nobility of your son's sacrifice.

Being president forces me into the spotlight, but I would rather stand in the shadows of men like Casey Sheehan.

Directing national attention on my response to your protest creates a distraction from what matters. The focus of our attention, and our admiration, should rest on people like Casey Sheehan, who stand in the breach when evil threatens to break out and consume a helpless people.

The running story on the news networks should be the valiant efforts of our troops -- the merchants of mercy who export freedom and import honor. They trade their own lives for the sake of others.

As a result, we live in a nation where a woman can camp outside of the president's house and verbally attack the president for weeks on end without fear of prison, torture or death. And the number of nations where such protest is possible has multiplied thanks to the work of our military.

You ask for what noble cause your son died?

In a sense he died so that people like you, who passionately oppose government policies, can freely express that opposition. As you camp in Crawford, you should take off your shoes, for you stand on holy ground. This land was bought with the blood of men like your son.

Now, 25 million Iraqis cry out to enjoy the life you take for granted. Most of them will never use their freedom to denigrate the sacrifice of those who paid for it. But once liberty is enshrined in law, they will be free to do so. And when the Iraqis finally escape their incarceration, hope will spread throughout that enslaved region of the world, eventually making us all safer and more free.

The key is in the lock of the prison door. Bold men risk everything to turn it.

Mrs. Sheehan, everyone dies. But few experience the bittersweet glory of death with a purpose -- death that sets people free and produces ripples of liberty hundreds of years into the future.

Casey Sheehan died that freedom might triumph over bondage, hope over despair, prosperity over misery. He died restoring justice and mercy. He lived and died to help to destroy the last stubborn vestiges of the Dark Ages.

To paraphrase President Lincoln, the world will little note nor long remember what you and I say here. But it can never forget what Casey Sheehan did during his brief turn on earth. If we are wise, we will take increased devotion to that cause for which he gave the last full measure of devotion.

Our brave warriors have blazed a trail. They have entrusted the completion of the task to those of us they left behind. Let's, you and I, resolve that these dead shall not have died in vain.

Let's finish the work that they have thus far so nobly advanced.

Sincerely,
George W. Bush

Drbio
08-26-2005, 10:42 PM
Her flip flop on Bush is an inspiration to all dumbasses....you know...John Kerry and his nutsack rider mavdoogie.

FishForLunch
08-26-2005, 10:50 PM
How come her right to free speech only has negative things about USA

1. America is not worth fighting for
2. I guess she forgot the noble cause her son died for in Sadr city was voulenteering to rescue his fellow soilders invloved in a firefight. I my book there is no nobler cause than showing such bravery.
3. Does she have one good thing to say about her own country?
4. She has the gaul to call the terrorists who murder children as freedom fighters.

When will this witch go away?

Drbio
08-26-2005, 11:12 PM
She offends the memory and sacrifice of her fallen son with every liberal paid for word.

mavsman55
08-27-2005, 01:00 AM
I'd say that is a dang fine responce by Mr. Bush to her question.

capitalcity
08-27-2005, 01:33 AM
Jihadists for Cindy

Hanoi Cindy

Morale Killer

Mavdog
08-27-2005, 08:10 AM
Originally posted by: Drbio
Her flip flop on Bush is an inspiration to all dumbasses....

speaking of "dumbasses", there seems to be a "bunch of lemmings" on that false acusation of a "flip flop". The fact DrCleo would purposely perpetuate this lie is not surprising.

The manner in which some people wrap themselves in the mantle of being patriotic while denigrating this mother of a fallen soldier is repulsive.

On August 8, Internet gossip Matt Drudge posted an item on his website, the Drudge Report, in which he falsely claimed that Sheehan "dramatically changed her account" of a meeting she had with Bush in June 2004; Drudge attempted to back up his false assertion by reproducing Sheehan quotes from a 2004 newspaper article without providing their context. After the story appeared on the Drudge Report, it gained momentum among conservative weblogs and eventually reached Fox News, where it was presented as hard news and in commentaries. Media Matters for America will examine how one false story on an Internet gossip site ended up the focus of prime-time cable news coverage.

link (http://mediamatters.org/items/200508100009)

Bystander
08-27-2005, 09:29 AM
How should people celebrate when the death of their son is based on a conspiracy of lies? The greatest country in the world deserves the greatest leader. I feel for her lost son.

dude1394
08-27-2005, 09:45 AM
Originally posted by: Bystander
How should people celebrate when the death of their son is based on a conspiracy of lies? .

bullcrap. Please provide me one, just one, only one leader of this country who you trust on this issue? Then tell me what they think about the decision to take out sadaam and their opinions on the intelliegence? It's a sign of the irresponsibility of the democrat party that somehow your leaders can vote overwhelmingly to do something having seen the same intelligence as every other leader in the stinking world, but then somehow they were "deceived", "lied-to". They couldn't have agreed with dubya? Or Bubba? Or Blair? Or Putin? Or Howard? Or Kosumo? Or Colin Powel. As long as the democrat party shows themselves so devoid of sanity, they (thank you o' lord) will never see power again. Again thanks, lord.


Hillary? Kerry? Biden? Bubba? Dachle?
or
Kennedy? Michael (the Maggot) Moore, Jimmah

----------------
Tell me that and I'll know how seriously to take you.

Bystander
08-27-2005, 10:07 AM
If you believe in God, and you believe heaven, then you must know that Sheehan now knows the truth.

capitalcity
08-27-2005, 10:23 AM
Originally posted by: Bystander
If you believe in God, and you believe heaven, then you must know that Sheehan now knows the truth.Any supposed "truth" from Sheehan was polluted and politicized the day she started out for crawford. After one week in Texas Cindy Sheehan became nothing more than a liberal sounding board.

Allowing anti-bush pacs to profit from your son's death... noble?

dude1394
08-27-2005, 10:24 AM
Originally posted by: Bystander
If you believe in God, and you believe heaven, then you must know that Sheehan now knows the truth.

Really...is she the virgin mother or something?

dude1394
08-27-2005, 10:26 AM
Christopher Hitchens ponders the whole thing quite eloquently today.

hitchens (http://www.weeklystandard.com/Content/Public/Articles/000/000/005/995phqjw.asp)

One might have thought, therefore, that Bush and Blair's decision to put an end at last to this intolerable state of affairs would be hailed, not just as a belated vindication of long-ignored U.N. resolutions but as some corrective to the decade of shame and inaction that had just passed in Bosnia and Rwanda. But such is not the case. An apparent consensus exists, among millions of people in Europe and America, that the whole operation for the demilitarization of Iraq, and the salvage of its traumatized society, was at best a false pretense and at worst an unprovoked aggression. How can this possibly be?

THERE IS, first, the problem of humorless and pseudo-legalistic literalism. In Saki's short story The Lumber Room, the naughty but clever child Nicholas, who has actually placed a frog in his morning bread-and-milk, rejoices in his triumph over the adults who don't credit this excuse for not eating his healthful dish:

"You said there couldn't possibly be a frog in my bread-and-milk; there was a frog in my bread-and-milk," he repeated, with the insistence of a skilled tactician who does not intend to shift from favorable ground.

Childishness is one thing--those of us who grew up on this wonderful Edwardian author were always happy to see the grown-ups and governesses discomfited. But puerility in adults is quite another thing, and considerably less charming. "You said there were WMDs in Iraq and that Saddam had friends in al Qaeda. . . . Blah, blah, pants on fire." I have had many opportunities to tire of this mantra. It takes ten seconds to intone the said mantra. It would take me, on my most eloquent C-SPAN day, at the very least five minutes to say that Abdul Rahman Yasin, who mixed the chemicals for the World Trade Center attack in 1993, subsequently sought and found refuge in Baghdad; that Dr. Mahdi Obeidi, Saddam's senior physicist, was able to lead American soldiers to nuclear centrifuge parts and a blueprint for a complete centrifuge (the crown jewel of nuclear physics) buried on the orders of Qusay Hussein; that Saddam's agents were in Damascus as late as February 2003, negotiating to purchase missiles off the shelf from North Korea; or that Rolf Ekeus, the great Swedish socialist who founded the inspection process in Iraq after 1991, has told me for the record that he was offered a $2 million bribe in a face-to-face meeting with Tariq Aziz. And these eye-catching examples would by no means exhaust my repertoire, or empty my quiver. Yes, it must be admitted that Bush and Blair made a hash of a good case, largely because they preferred to scare people rather than enlighten them or reason with them. Still, the only real strategy of deception has come from those who believe, or pretend, that Saddam Hussein was no problem.

-----
edit: man this article is just too good... joe bob says check it out.

---- another blurb..

Two pieces of good fortune still attend those of us who go out on the road for this urgent and worthy cause. The first is contingent: There are an astounding number of plain frauds and charlatans (to phrase it at its highest) in charge of the propaganda of the other side. Just to tell off the names is to frighten children more than Saki ever could: Michael Moore, George Galloway, Jacques Chirac, Tim Robbins, Richard Clarke, Joseph Wilson . . . a roster of gargoyles that would send Ripley himself into early retirement. Some of these characters are flippant, and make heavy jokes about Halliburton, and some disdain to conceal their sympathy for the opposite side. So that's easy enough.

---- and another
The great point about Blair's 1999 speech was that it asserted the obvious. Coexistence with aggressive regimes or expansionist, theocratic, and totalitarian ideologies is not in fact possible. One should welcome this conclusion for the additional reason that such coexistence is not desirable, either. If the great effort to remake Iraq as a demilitarized federal and secular democracy should fail or be defeated, I shall lose sleep for the rest of my life in reproaching myself for doing too little. But at least I shall have the comfort of not having offered, so far as I can recall, any word or deed that contributed to a defeat.

dude1394
08-27-2005, 10:28 AM
Originally posted by: Bystander
If you believe in God, and you believe heaven, then you must know that Sheehan now knows the truth.

Thanks for the answer...I didn't realize that Shehan was the wmd intelligence expert you were relying on for your conspiracy theory.

I thought it was someone with a little more credibility like Teddy Kennedy, but now that I think about it, you may be right.

capitalcity
08-27-2005, 10:29 AM
Benedict Cindy

Al-Jazzera loves Sheehan

The Iraqi Children Deserved It

MavKikiNYC
08-27-2005, 10:35 AM
I like the one I saw on a newscast the other day:

"Git along home, Cindy, Cindy"

Bystander
08-27-2005, 12:21 PM
I'm refering to her son. He now knows the truth.

kg_veteran
08-27-2005, 03:16 PM
dude - Thanks for the link to that article. It made my day reading Hitchens' piece. I have grown incredibly weary of the "Bush lied and people died" and the "there were no WMDs, nanny nanny boo boo" crowd, and Hitchens reminds me how completely wrong they are.

Our President may not be articulating it well (for many of the reasons Hitchens pointed out), but we are definitely fighting for something worthwhile in Iraq.

dude1394
08-27-2005, 04:44 PM
Hitchens is such a wonderful read and he's got tremendous credibility here becuase he's been tearing republicans a new one for years (kissinger he cannot stand). He's extremely true to his core beliefs (although in general I think he's too idealistic for my tastes) that genocide and should not be tolerated in today's world.

What's so blatantly hypocritical and saddening is that the left should be on dubya's side here, it's core to almost everything they "say" they believe. But I've just about come to the realizatioin that the democrat party really doesn't believe in the ideals that they espouse if they are not able to slam the US about it.

For years they slammed the US and republicans for allowing Sadaam and other thugs stay in power, but as soon as the US does something about it they completely flip-flop(hmmmm).

Purely because of politics they are willing to side with terrorists, rapists, child-murders, child-rapists and islamic thugs, now Hitchens would say that is what the US had been doing in the Middle-east for years and finally the US has a moral foreign-policy. But the left is willing to side with the islamists against freedom and democracy. They are willing to do the bidding of the islamists and be their propaganda arm. The party can't destroy itself fast enough for me.

Zell Miller couldn't get out of that party fast enough.

dude1394
08-27-2005, 07:37 PM
lightcameraprotest (http://www.documentaryblog.com/lightscameraprotest/?cat=2)

I see that Cindy has brought here make-up artist to crawford for her peoples protest.

http://www.documentaryblog.com/images/lcp/cindy1.jpg

Here is the pro-america side.
http://www.documentaryblog.com/images/lcp/lcp046_JFR.jpg

Here is the poor impoverished Cindy Sheehan's site. Compliments of Micheal (the maggott) Moore and Ben&Jerry's. Ghouls making political hay on the sacrifices of heroes.
http://www.documentaryblog.com/images/lcp/lcp055_JFR.JPG

Drbio
08-27-2005, 08:11 PM
Sheehan is on the Ben and Jerrys payroll as long as she remains in Crawford according to a local report. All of her expenses are being paid by Ben himself. Moveon.org has also paid for airfare, cell phones, meals, etc. The libidiots are lining up to fund this charade.

Another disgusting and ridiculously offensive action of these so called purposed demonstrators is the fact...the UNDISPUTABLE FACT....that many parents of fallen soldiers have shown up to remove crosses with the name of their fallen sons from the camp casey site and have advised the libidiots not to replace them and yet the family wishes are completely and categorically ignored and the crosses are replaced as soon as the family leaves. One such man from Temple has made daily drives to Crawford and has removed his sons cross four times as of last night. It's disgusting and pisses on the sacrifice that these soldiers have made. Absolutely reprehensible.

capitalcity
08-27-2005, 11:01 PM
MoveOn.home

dude1394
08-28-2005, 12:39 AM
Footprint of the American Chicken

http://wotdata.info/galley/Crawford/peace_symbol_3

MavKikiNYC
08-28-2005, 08:13 AM
Sheehan's pre-terrorism handlers decided that she was coming off as just a little too lunatic-homely to advance their purpose.

You can tell they made an effort with the makeup specialist(s), but in the end it's all just lipstick on a pig.

dude1394
08-28-2005, 11:10 AM
Originally posted by: MavKikiNYC
Sheehan's pre-terrorism handlers decided that she was coming off as just a little too lunatic-homely to advance their purpose.

You can tell they made an effort with the makeup specialist(s), but in the end it's all just lipstick on a pig.

Kiki.....you SURE you are in NYC?? i/expressions/face-icon-small-smile.gif

mavsman55
08-28-2005, 12:46 PM
Anyone who terrorists most likely agree with and support doesn't deserve this kind of publicity.

I bet Osama's thrilled right now.

dude1394
08-28-2005, 01:00 PM
Originally posted by: mavsman55
Anyone who terrorists most likely agree with and support doesn't deserve this kind of publicity.

I bet Osama's thrilled right now.

So is....

Ted Kennedy, Michael (the maggot) Moore, John Kerry, Barbara Streisand, Sean Penn, Tim Robbins, Susan Sarandon, Jimmah, Sadaam(well maybe not, he's busy), Kim Jung Il, Zarkawi, Daily Kos, Howard (Eeeaaahhh) Dean, Mavdog, Reeds.

Edit: Seems the white supremists are happy today as well: You GO Girl!

national vangard (http://nationalvanguard.org/story.php?id=5856)
More and more Whites are starting to understand the danger of Jewish power, and Cindy Sheehan's mission against the Zionist's war in the Middle East is one of many open doors to an increase of that understanding.

Drbio
08-29-2005, 01:54 AM
Originally posted by: capitalcity
MoveOn.home

No kidding. We had special visits from Al Sharpton today. Dear Godmake it stop. Leave the crazy morons in D.C. or Hollywood.

u2sarajevo
08-29-2005, 06:29 AM
God Bless her son and his sacrifice to our Country...... but it's just embarrasing how his mother has become a media prostitute.

Usually Lurkin
08-29-2005, 06:31 AM
Here's a good sign, if you think you'll get on the news:


"The person who killed my son, I have no animosity for that person at all." -Mother Sheehan
or

""I'm going all over this country telling moms: 'This country is not worth dying for.' " -Cindy Sheehan

Bystander
08-29-2005, 09:57 AM
I would guess her son is very proud of her right now.

u2sarajevo
08-29-2005, 10:00 AM
Sorry 2nd coming of knowitall..... we don't allow multiple accounts.

Bye.

capitalcity
08-29-2005, 11:05 AM
Code Pink is just plan yellow

MavKikiNYC
08-29-2005, 11:41 AM
I think this is appropriate---a fake president, and a fake presidential candiate/fake "minister" show up at a fake war protest.

I wonder if she feels better yet.

Sharpton, Sheen appear at anti-war camp near Bush ranch
Associated Press

CRAWFORD A group of war protesters camping out near President Bush's ranch got support from the Rev. Al Sharpton and actor Martin Sheen in separate visits Sunday.

Sheen, who plays Democratic President "Jeb" Bartlet on NBC's The West Wing met privately with Cindy Sheehan, who started the war protest three weeks ago. Sheen is known for his peace activism.

"At least you've got the acting president of the United States," Sheen said as the crowd of more than 300 people cheered and laughed. "I think you know what I do for a living, but this is what I do to stay alive."

Earlier Sunday, Sharpton spoke at an interfaith service.

Sharpton said he opposed the war from the beginning and was compelled to meet Sheehan, who arrived in Bush's adopted hometown Aug. 6 and refused to leave until she could question Bush about the war that has claimed more than 1,870 U.S. soldiers' lives including that of her son Casey.

"I feel that it is our moral obligation to stand and to be courageous with these families, and particularly Cindy, that have become the conscience of this nation," Sharpton said to the crowd who cheered wildly throughout his speech. "... Somebody had to bring to the doorsteps of this president the truth."

Sharpton, a former Democratic presidential candidate, said he and the peace activists would protest a war they believed was wrong regardless of a president's political party.

While ministers of various faiths spoke at the service before Sharpton arrived, several cars with pro-Bush signs drove slowly down the road by the protest campsite. A few minutes later, one man who had been walking down the street was arrested and charged with misdemeanor assault for allegedly shoving an anti-war demonstrator, McLennan County sheriff's deputies said.

Sharpton reminded protesters that Sunday was the 42nd anniversary of civil rights leader Martin Luther King Jr.'s "I Have a Dream" speech in Washington, D.C.

"The civil rights movement and the peace movement was not made from big names ... and I wanted to come on the anniversary with ordinary people that are doing what I think Dr. King would have wanted us to do today," Sharpton said.

He spoke under a large tent on the 1-acre private lot the demonstrators have used for more than a week for large events.

Meanwhile, a few dozen Bush supporters held signs from their small camp in a ditch across the street from Sheehan's original site, where protesters have continued camping off the main road leading to Bush's ranch. A dozen sheriff's deputies stood between the two groups.

After the war protest ends Wednesday, the anti-war group will spread its message on a bus tour, with the first stop probably in the southeast Texas district of U.S. House Majority Leader Tom DeLay.

Bush has said he appreciates Sheehan's right to protest and sympathizes with her, but his aides have said there are no plans to change his schedule to meet with her. His vacation is to end Sept. 2.

Sheehan and other grieving families met with Bush about two months after her son died last year, before she became a vocal opponent of the war.

Drbio
08-29-2005, 11:45 AM
Originally posted by: u2sarajevo
Sorry 2nd coming of knowitall..... we don't allow multiple accounts.

Bye.

I knew it.

Drbio
08-29-2005, 11:47 AM
Sharpton and Sheen infecting our part of the world has been tough to stomach. They are bad enough on television, but to actually have those two idiots breath our air is downright offensive. Honestly...I don't know how Hollywood or the East Coast take it.

Mavdog
08-29-2005, 12:27 PM
Originally posted by: dude1394

Originally posted by: mavsman55
Anyone who terrorists most likely agree with and support doesn't deserve this kind of publicity.

I bet Osama's thrilled right now.

So is....

Ted Kennedy, Michael (the maggot) Moore, John Kerry, Barbara Streisand, Sean Penn, Tim Robbins, Susan Sarandon, Jimmah, Sadaam(well maybe not, he's busy), Kim Jung Il, Zarkawi, Daily Kos, Howard (Eeeaaahhh) Dean, Mavdog, Reeds.

Edit: Seems the white supremists are happy today as well: You GO Girl!

national vangard (http://nationalvanguard.org/story.php?id=5856)
More and more Whites are starting to understand the danger of Jewish power, and Cindy Sheehan's mission against the Zionist's war in the Middle East is one of many open doors to an increase of that understanding.

If you read the link you posted (which BTW is absoluely repulsive) you'll notice they see the "Jewish power" is not only controlling the left but also the right.

They are some VERY messed up people.

Clearly they just like to hate, no matter which side of the debate the target of their hate is taking.

Usually Lurkin
08-29-2005, 12:55 PM
Originally posted by: Mavdog

Originally posted by: dude1394
Edit: Seems the white supremists are happy today as well: You GO Girl!

national vangard (http://nationalvanguard.org/story.php?id=5856)
More and more Whites are starting to understand the danger of Jewish power, and Cindy Sheehan's mission against the Zionist's war in the Middle East is one of many open doors to an increase of that understanding.

If you read the link you posted (which BTW is absoluely repulsive) you'll notice they see the "Jewish power" is not only controlling the left but also the right.

They are some VERY messed up people.

Clearly they just like to hate, no matter which side of the debate the target of their hate is taking.

I think dude's point was that they don't hate Cindy Sheehan at all, but agree with her. Birds of a feather.

Mavdog
08-29-2005, 01:20 PM
Originally posted by: Usually Lurkin

I think dude's point was that they don't hate Cindy Sheehan at all, but agree with her. Birds of a feather.

the phrase that applies to Sheehan and these nuts use of her cause is "co-opted". They will speak well of her as long as it suits <u>their</u> goals, not the goals that she pursues.

if you want to hurl around "birds of a feather" that will stick on the right side more than the left. we saw a fine example of that association trick with pat robertson this past week....

dalmations202
08-29-2005, 02:27 PM
Here is the worse part of all of this. Cindy Sheehan is just a selfish ingrate who has a big loss, and is wanting to blame someone -- so she picked the President.

She is walking a fine line to treason of this country. She has made the love her child showed become worthless. She has made herself bigger than what she is -- a grieving mother. She basically has spit on all the soldiers with her rampage, and declared that the love they were showing for their country, fellow soldiers, and oppressed people of another country is worth less than her feelings.

John 15:13 (KJV) Greater Love has no man than this, that a man lay down his life for his friends.

I am ex-military, and this is the Love that this country was founded upon. I feel sorry for the loss she has. I know she must hurt every day. But I also feel sorry for all the Iraqis that were gassed, raped, and tortured. I also feel sorry for the people who lost loved ones on 9/11. I also feel sorry for the people in London who lost loved ones. ETC......

Cindy Sheehan needs to get off her high horse, and realize that her son gave the biggest thing he could - his life. Maybe she should start being thankful God would give her a child like that, instead of trying to tear down every good thing that he did.

Drbio
08-29-2005, 04:55 PM
Nice post dalm....of course, the libidiots will argue, but you are on factually strong ground. Very good post.

Drbio
08-29-2005, 04:57 PM
The kind of quality we expect from a flaming libidiot.......



Sharpton Driver Arrested for Speeding
Aug 29 5:46 PM US/Eastern


WAXAHACHIE, Texas


A car carrying the Rev. Al Sharpton led sheriff's deputies on a nine- mile chase at speeds up to 110 mph before state troopers stopped the vehicle and arrested the driver, authorities said.

The civil rights activist called the sheriff's report "ludicrous" and accused the Ellis County officers of "embellishing the story."

"That nine-mile chase is news to me," Sharpton told The Associated Press. "All I know is that the police pulled us over because they wanted to talk to the driver about speeding."

Chief Deputy Charles Sullins said driver Jarrett B. Maupin, 43, was rushing Sharpton to Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport after Sharpton visited anti-war activist Cindy Sheehan on Sunday at her camp outside President Bush's ranch in Crawford.

Because the 2005 Lincoln was rented to Maupin, of Phoenix, sheriff's deputies impounded the car. Maupin posted a $1,000 bond on charges of evading arrest with a vehicle and reckless driving, authorities said.

The car carrying Sharpton and two other passengers was clocked doing 110 mph in a 65 mph zone on the interstate south of Dallas, Sullins said.

He said the driver ignored deputies' attempts to stop it and weaved in and out of traffic before state troopers were able to get in front of the car.

Sharpton caught a lift from a passing driver and made his scheduled flight to New York.

Mavdog
08-29-2005, 05:23 PM
Originally posted by: Drbio
The kind of quality we expect from a flaming libidiot....

I recall an adage "People in glass houses shouldn't throw stones". Poor decisions of this type of "quality" aren't exclusive to either party.

"On August 16, 2003, Janklow was involved in a traffic accident when his white Cadillac hit 55-year old motorcyclist Randolph E. Scott at a rural intersection near Trent, South Dakota. Scott was thrown from his vehicle and instantly killed. Janklow suffered a broken hand and bleeding on the brain. In the ensuing investigation of the accident, it was determined Janklow had been driving at least 71 miles per hour in a 55-mph zone and that he had run a stop sign at the intersection where the collision occurred."

Drbio
08-29-2005, 06:59 PM
Glad to see the forum retard can use google. Of course, he ignored the fact of the post by attempting to misdirect again. Never acknoweldge a fact...always post some other unrelated story and whine...yuck yuck .....the liberal mantra in full action.

capitalcity
08-29-2005, 07:54 PM
Originally posted by: Mavdog

Originally posted by: Drbio
The kind of quality we expect from a flaming libidiot....

I recall an adage "People in glass houses shouldn't throw stones". Poor decisions of this type of "quality" aren't exclusive to either party.

"On August 16, 2003, Janklow was involved in a traffic accident when his white Cadillac hit 55-year old motorcyclist Randolph E. Scott at a rural intersection near Trent, South Dakota. Scott was thrown from his vehicle and instantly killed. Janklow suffered a broken hand and bleeding on the brain. In the ensuing investigation of the accident, it was determined Janklow had been driving at least 71 miles per hour in a 55-mph zone and that he had run a stop sign at the intersection where the collision occurred."Two completely different situations. 35E is heavily traveled whereas the 2-lane cornfield-lined highways of southeastern SD are not. Sharpton's erratic driving put hundreds of people at risk.

Janklow has owned up to his mistake best he can and has profusely apologized to the man's family and his former constituents.

Sharpton will turn this legitimate traffic stop into a racial profiling issue... because thats his shtick.

Mavdog
08-29-2005, 09:17 PM
cap that is what most people refer to as situational ethics. if sharpton's driver is convicted, both he and janklow are guilty of violating the law. both of them "done wrong", and frankly with janklow ending another person's life by his behavior (for which he truly is remorseful) it is much more heinous than the act of speeding by sharpton's driver, which resulted in no loss of life.

sharpton is a publicity addict. it wouldn't surprise me if he did scream race, or driving while black.

so long and short both janklow and sharpton's driver (remember, it wasn't sharpton driving) broke the law and should be held accountable.

Drbio
08-29-2005, 09:19 PM
And remember....it's only situational if it fits mavdickies liberal agenda.

dude1394
08-31-2005, 03:28 AM
Good...I'm sure once was plenty.



Sheehan Glad Bush Didn't Meet With Her

By ANGELA K. BROWN, Associated Press Writer Tue Aug 30,11:33 PM ET

CRAWFORD, Texas - A woman who led an anti-war protest for nearly a month near
President Bush's ranch said Tuesday that she's glad Bush never showed up to discuss her son's death in
Iraq, saying the president's absence "galvanized the peace movement."

Cindy Sheehan's comments came as war protesters packed up their campsite near the ranch and prepared to leave Tuesday for a three-week bus tour.


I also wonder if this photo http://us.news3.yimg.com/us.i2.yimg.com/p/ap/20050830/capt.txlm10408301923.bush_peace_mom_txlm104.jpg?x= 180&y=267&sig=cu7hZ03wWUQZ7vMh3Z4nGw--

if taken with a wide shot would look something like this (http://littlegreenfootballs.com/weblog/?entry=17266_How_Phony_Can_They_Get&only)?? Who knows, can't really trust the media to show you what you are seeing.
http://littlegreenfootballs.com/weblog/pictures/MamaMoonbatAndAl-02.jpg

Drbio
08-31-2005, 09:21 AM
Having been out there personally dude, I can promise you with no qualification whatsoever that your post above is spot on. It's so accurate it is scary. There is no protest going on in Crawford...it's a production. One funded by uber-liberals such as Moveon and Ben from Ben&Jerrys ice cream, a product that I hope you all will never even consider purchasing.

capitalcity
08-31-2005, 09:22 AM
Cindys storm troopers and the MoveOn propaganda machine descend on the capitol @ 5:30. See you there.

Drbio
08-31-2005, 09:27 AM
Wish I could be there to fart in their general direction. Hopefully they won't return to infest Crawford anymore.

BTW...what happened to her guarantee that she wouldn't leave until Bush came out to talk to her? What an tool. Another liberal saying one thing and moving on.....

capitalcity
08-31-2005, 02:08 PM
Any last second ideas?

If not I'll post pics later to show ya'll what I came up with.

Nash13
09-06-2005, 07:19 PM
Bump.

This may sound dumb and simplistic coming from a libidiot, as i have not been reading up on this situation. But couldn't all of her protest been avoided if Bush had just met with her in the first place? Wasn't that the point of her march?

MavKikiNYC
09-06-2005, 07:29 PM
He DID meet her. Before it even occurred to her to protest.

And no, it wouldn't make any sense at all for the President of the United States to grant an audience to any and every lunatic through whose empty head the idea passed to demand a meeting.

He has enough Democrats to deal with as it is.

Drbio
09-06-2005, 07:29 PM
Nash- the President of the United States cannot drop everything and meet with everyone who wants him to do so. It would become counterproductive and put him in a position of risk as well. The system is clearly established. If she wants to address the President, email or send a letter or seek out your duly elected representatives. Citizens do not have the right to meet with the President.

Especially one who has a strong liberally biased, bought-and-paid-for agenda.

MavKikiNYC
09-06-2005, 07:30 PM
Edit.

dude1394
09-06-2005, 07:45 PM
Presidents shouldn't meet with nuts.

LRB
09-06-2005, 08:01 PM
Originally posted by: Nash13
Bump.

This may sound dumb and simplistic coming from a libidiot, as i have not been reading up on this situation. But couldn't all of her protest been avoided if Bush had just met with her in the first place? Wasn't that the point of her march?

It would be physically impossible for the President to meet everyone who wants a private audience with him. Even if he limited it to US citizens, and say only 1% wanted to have an audience with the President, that would still be several million. Now give each one 5 minutes, which is barely enough to do more than shake hands, and we're talking several million minutes. Consider that there are only about 2.1 million minutes in 4 years, the length of a presidential term, when exactly would the president be expected to do his work? much less sleep, eat, bathe, etc. ? Even meeting with 1/10 of 1% of the US populus every 4 years would be extraordinarily taxing on the President in limiting him from performing his responsibilities.

Mavdog
09-06-2005, 08:49 PM
Originally posted by: LRB

Originally posted by: Nash13
Bump.

This may sound dumb and simplistic coming from a libidiot, as i have not been reading up on this situation. But couldn't all of her protest been avoided if Bush had just met with her in the first place? Wasn't that the point of her march?

It would be physically impossible for the President to meet everyone who wants a private audience with him. Even if he limited it to US citizens, and say only 1% wanted to have an audience with the President, that would still be several million. Now give each one 5 minutes, which is barely enough to do more than shake hands, and we're talking several million minutes. Consider that there are only about 2.1 million minutes in 4 years, the length of a presidential term, when exactly would the president be expected to do his work? much less sleep, eat, bathe, etc. ? Even meeting with 1/10 of 1% of the US populus every 4 years would be extraordinarily taxing on the President in limiting him from performing his responsibilities.

but then meeting with every family of a lost soldier would only take 8500 minutes, which is only 159 hours, or about 40 days (taking into account the one day at work, one day vacation schedule of Bush) i/expressions/face-icon-small-smile.gif