Tuesday, July 31, 2007

Cindy Sheehan in Union Square, NY

On Friday, I saw Cindy Sheehan protesting in Union Square. You can read more about the protest right here. At the protest, there were utter moonbats, screaming that Bush and Cheney will be impeached, and Sheehan will be the next president of the US. Yes, you read that right. I hope I did not cause you to spit out your coffee! The protest also drew many 9/11 "troofers."

I was with a friend from Israel on Friday, and my friend asked me "Who are they?" I answered: "Don't worry about that. It's just a bunch of antisemites (they believe we fight only for Israel and Israel was behind 9/11). They prove America is a great and free nation, as they are saying the worst sorts of things, that America is behind 9/11, and yet do not face any sort of punishment."

Many people claim that mocking Cindy Sheehan is in poor taste, as this woman lost her son, and should be shown respect. I have the following to say to them:

Cindy Sheehan does not respect her son, and in fact she should be ashamed of the mockery of a human being she has become.

Her son fought and died for this country, and in response, she meets with those such as Hugo Chavez, who seek to destroy America. Her son is turning in his grave, at the way his mother is dishonoring his memory.

The fact that she is a mother and is so dishonoring her son is a double insult; it makes her the worst sort of a person out there. She is the sort of person who lets her son's grave go without a headstone, so she can use the money allocated for the headstone to protest against the country he fought and died for. She does this all while pretending to be acting in his memory, when really she was a communist and anti-American activist prior to her son going off to Iraq.

Remember these words next time someone castigates you for reeming into Sheehan. The fact that her son died in Iraq is exactly the reason that it is so deplorable that she does what she does. She is actively defaming her son's name, she knows she is defaming his name, and she does not care.

Read more about Sheehan right here.

5 comments:

Eitan Ha'ahzari said...

Red Tulips: I totally agree, especially with the part about Sheehan not being especially worthy of our sympathies for her lost son who fought and lost his life for the sake of peace which his mother is now trying her best to destroy.

PM said...

shee-hag...

someone pass this to her...
http://www.amilimani.com/images/stories/freedom.swf

She forgot, that is she might be in Arab territory.. then she might be graved till now...

At last, for such idiots.. i will not loose my Freedom next to Arab suprimist... because i understand that Freedom is not granted, and many of the ancestors dies in past, to provide us this freedom to express out feelings...

Michael said...

RT:
I think you're spot on about Sheehan, but even with that, I'd wish her lots of luck in her Congressional run against Pelosi.

I hope you didn't spit out your coffee...

Still, look at it this way: Pelosi is a savvy political operator, with 20 years in Congress. She knows how the House works, how to get things done, and has plenty of seniority to do it.

Sheehan has none of that. Like any first-term Rep, she would be completely ineffective. And, with her visibility and "extracurricular activities," she is sure to draw much well-deserved reprobation, all while reducing the Dem's overall effectiveness in the House.

Not bad, eh?

ratherdashing said...

Sheehan has spent all of the political capital she earned from her son's death. From what I've seen of late, the rallies that she attends now amount to a few hundred screaming lefties. Her larger issue of our withdrawal from Iraq has been picked up by other Democrats. So, with her point made, I wish she'd disappear from the scene and quit giving our enemies a reason to fight one more day.

Mr. Smarterthanyou said...

You should have told your friend that those people represent about 30% of the Democratic party.

You do your friend a disservice by implying to her that those people are inconsequential. Mainstream Dem candidates pander to people like her, and in many democratic primaries, these people have the sway to put their person in power. Think Pelosi, Boxer, Kusinich(sp), McKinney, Kennedy, Kerry...