At Cindy Sheehan’s next visit to the proctologist, the doctor is likely to find a couple of benign polyps and the nose of a writer for the Associated Press.
How many “reasons” will it cost you to help stop the war? $12 bucks for a paperback copy. Not bad. And that gets you the foreword by leftie Congressman John Conyers, who strives to have the nation follow the model for success set by Detroit, and a cover photo of Sheehan with Martin Sheen. An actual photo of an elusive “limousine liberal”? Rare indeed. They’re as hard to find in Los Angeles as pavement and “between films” waiters.
Conyers just voted against immediate troop withdrawal from Iraq, so he’s got some ‘splainin’ ta do to Cindy.
I wonder if Cindy Sheehan ever asks herself one question: “Why does the media, special-interest groups, and Hollywood left seem to care so much about my son now that he’s dead, and were nothing but critical of people like him and his comrades when he was alive?”
Maybe it’s just me, but I’d never side with somebody to whom my loved ones are worth more dead than alive.
Here’s a late addition from Splashman on who could be Sheehan’s double if she has other committments:
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