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Live blogging...Indy & madame defarge together in peace at Camp Casey, August 27, 2005 04:52 PM


UPDATE:

Turn off your tv. Stay away from MSM. They're not giving you the real story here at Camp Casey 2 where it's peaceful. Some pro-Georgie's are driving by, trying to engage us in banter, but we're here for peace.

Jesse is singing "Sons & Daughters" right now...the song Indy told us about earlier in the week (and some of us listened to online). "How 'bout your son? How 'bout your daughter? How come it's always poor folk who get shuffled off to slaughter?"

We're safe. We're all in this together. And this is the beginning of the end of the war.

Posted by: Indy & madame defarge together in peace at August 27, 2005 07:28 PM

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Crawford, Texas...The Center of the Universe

All media outlets have converged on Crawford. Yours truly must apoligize for the false reporting of Bill Moyers being here last night...it was Bill Maurer so look for the re-airing on cable of his interview with Cindy.

Bad word spreads fast, so your humble observer and participant has tried to enact the BS filter and head straight to the source from now on...the volunteers who are on site.

Helicopters are circling and reporters are trying to report the truth...

I spoke with an annonymous source from ABC News who I met last week. He was notably humble and ashamed when he told me, "Man, we don't report the news anymore...our producers in New York are controlling what we can air...its disgusting...and those of the press corps who want to report and investigate the news have their hands tied."

"Our 'investigative ' reporter Brian Ross sure knows how to tell three sides of the story...(big grin)"

Camp Casey two is quickly filling up with protestors...more buses are arriving...the atmosphere is festive as many are circulating and mingling. Smiles and happy Americans are everywhere as we roll into the final weekend of this momentous movement.

This IS history in the making folks...

Vive la Revolution!

Indy for America in Crawford.

Peace.

Posted by: Indy at August 27, 2005 12:56 PM

Crawford Update

Madame Defarge is in Crawford, at Camp Casey. She briefly reported in from their "Arlington West", at the crosses erected in memory of each U.S. soldier killed in Iraq.

As Indy reported, they have no internet access today.

Our Defarge was overwhelmed with emotion as she placed the name of a soldier on a cross in his memory. In between sobs, she said "THIS IS SO WORTH IT". "THIS IS UNBELIEVABLE, - THE PEACE THAT IS HERE AT CAMP CASEY, THE LOVE....."

She will have one special story to share with us.

Posted by: Truth Shall Prevail at August 27, 2005 12:43 PM

"Our 'investigative ' reporter Brian Ross sure knows how to tell three sides of the story...(big grin)"

Camp Casey two is quickly filling up with protestors...more buses are arriving...the atmosphere is festive as many are circulating and mingling. Smiles and happy Americans are everywhere as we roll into the final weekend of this momentous movement.

This IS history in the making folks...

Vive la Revolution!

Indy for America in Crawford.

Peace.

Posted by: Indy at August 27, 2005 12:56 PM

madame defarge here (using Indy's computer!)...

The positive peaceful energy that's here is amazing. Over 2000 people reported to be here. Good Austin music on now -- Texas BBQ style.

There's so much to say about what it's like to be here among so many people who want to end this mess of a war we're in...and I'm speechless. Go figure.

P.S. There's a secret service car parked about 100 feet from me right now... Keeping an eye on Indy, no doubt!

P.P.S. Indy & Lokken are both cuties.

P.P.P.S. It's hotter than hell...

Posted by: Indy at August 27, 2005 03:52 PM

S0me kids are on stage now speaking about peace...

From a 10 yr old boy: "It's time for a new president!"

A little girl is now singing a song of peace to us...

They're the reason we're doing this...for the children of America...for the children of the world...

madame defarge

Posted by: Indy & madame defarge together in peace at August 27, 2005 04:09 PM

You cannot believe the comaradirie, the caring here. It's just amazing how friendly everyone is... There are no strangers here. Only friends.

Saif, 3rd year medical intern from Chicago (YEAH!) to be camp doctor just stopped by. He's an Indy Intern... You can only imagine the tricks Indy is teaching him! (I heard something about "ladies"...)

Oh, BTW, Saif is a Muslim. He's here sharing the love & care with people of all faiths.

Indy's here sharing the love & care with all the ladies. ;)

Posted by: Indy & madame defarge together in peace at August 27, 2005 04:32 PM

Well over 2000 people!!!

That is at Camp Casey II alone...

James McMurtrey playing "We can't make it here any more" his riviting song about the current state of the Nation...the REAL state of the Nation.

Posted by: Indy & madame defarge together in peace at August 27, 2005 04:52 PM

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Just for the record, I believe you meant to say that it was Bill Maher (not Maurer) that had Cindy on last night. She was great! Maher's HBO show should be re-aired many times over the next week until a new show comes out next Friday. Catch it if you can!

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