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Mom, Who Lost Son In Iraq, Talks About 'Disgusting' White House Private Meeting With Bush


Greg Szymanski

Mom, Who Lost Son In Iraq, Talks About 'Disgusting' White House Private Meeting With Bush; Claims He Was Arrogant, 'Totally Detached From Humanity' And Didn't Even Know Her Name
Founder of peace group to stop senseless murder of our children, Cindy Sheehan wants parents to 'wake up' to the illegal nature of the war and Bush's corrupt motives meriting impeachment. She tells parents to advise their children not to fight, saying it's better 'to spend a year in jail instead of an eternity in a coffin.'

July 5, 2005

Cindy Sheehan has already had her heart ripped into a million pieces by the illegal Iraqi war, losing the son she loved more than life itself only five days after he arrived in Baghdad in April 2004.

There is nothing more painful or more heart breaking than a parent losing a child.

And for Sheehan to lose her 24-year-old son, Casey, must have been like someone taking her very own heart and soul and, without warning, ripping them out and throwing them into the depths of hell.

No one should have to experience such pain, but the cold reality of war is that someone’s child actually dies and there are actual parents left living with the hopeless task of trying to cope with the pain.

And anyone with any semblance of a heart and soul knows a mother coping with such a loss needs all the help and understanding she can get.

Anyone with the slightest bit of compassion knows a kind word or a shoulder to cry on helps a mother, who experienced the ultimate loss, get through another day when every day feels like it could be the end of the world.

So when Sheehan received an invitation to meet privately with President Bush at the White House two months after her son died, the least she could have expected was a bit of compassion or a kind word coming from the heart.

But what she encountered was an arrogant man with eyes lacking the slightest bit of compassion, a President totally "detached from humanity" and a man who didn’t even bother to remember her son’s name when they were first introduced.

Instead of a kind gesture or a warm handshake, Sheehan said she immediately got a taste of Bush arrogance when he entered the room and "in a condescending tone and with a disgusting loud Texas accent," said: "Who we’all honorin’ here today?"

"His mouth kept moving, but there was nothing in his eyes or anything else about him that showed me he really cared or had any real compassion at all. This is a human being totally disconnected from humanity and reality. His eyes were empty, hollow shells and he was acting like I should be proud to just be in his presence when it was my son who died for his illegal war! It was one of the most disgusting experiences I ever had and it took me almost a year to even talk about it," said Sheehan in a telephone conversation from Washington D.C. where she was attending a July 4th anti-war rally.

Sheehan said the June 2004 private meeting with the President went from bad to worse to a nightmare when Bush acted like he didn’t even want to know her name. She said Bush kept referring to her as ‘Ma’ or ‘Mom’ while he "put on a phony act," saying things like ‘Mom, I can’t even imagine losing a loved one, a mother or a father or a sister or a brother.’

"The whole meeting was simply bizarre and disgusting, designed to intimidate instead of providing compassion. He didn’t even know our names," said Sheehan. "Finally I got so upset I just looked him in the eye, saying ‘I think you can imagine losing someone. You have two daughters. Imagine losing them?’ After I said that he just looked at me, looked at me with no feeling or caring in his eyes at all."

Sheehan said what really upset her about the meeting is that Bush appeared to become annoyed and even angry at her daughter Carley, 25, who also attended the White House get-together.

"My daughter said to him directly ‘I wish I could bring my loved one back’ and he said something like ‘so do we.’ Later she told me that after he made his remark he gave her one of the filthiest looks she had ever had gotten in her life.

"I just couldn’t believe this was happening. It was so surreal and bizarre. Later I met with some of the other 15or 16 families who were at the White House the same day and, sure enough, they all felt the same way I did.

"It’s interesting that they put us each in separate rooms. I heard this was done to prevent any type of group outburst and since it’s easier to control a situation when people are separated. Looking back, all I can say is that the meeting with Bush was one of the most disgusting experiences in my life.

"And I even asked him: ‘Why did you even bother to bring us here when I didn’t vote for you and don’t support the illegal nature of your war?’ He said it wasn’t political but I know it was just another one of his lies, as he probably wanted to be able to say out on the political stump that he wasn’t afraid to meet with families who lost loved one’s in the war."

Although Sheehan was opposed to the illegal nature of the war from the outset, it wasn’t until January that she began to become politically active.

Besides speaking at rallies and becoming known in Washington for her outspoken criticism of Bush, Sheehan formed a group called Gold Star Families For Peace, joining together families who lost loved ones in an effort to expose the illegal nature of the war and to hasten the return of troops still fighting in Iraq.

Her involvement with the anti-war movement also led her recently to join forces with the After Downing Street movement, a civic, political and activist group seeking to open a Presidential impeachment inquiry based on the release of damaging British intelligence documents showing Bush doctored WMD intelligence reports to justify his war policy.

"Americans need to wake up and we need to put public pressure on our leaders to end this illegal war," said Sheehan, adding that if the public remains passive, recent statements by Donald Rumsfeld that the war may last another 12 years will come true. "We can’t let these people continue to murder our children and also continue murdering innocent Iraqi citizens, now totaling more than 100.000.

"This is an immoral war based on a false premise. Iraq was never an imminent threat and the Downing Street Memo proves Bush went to war for oil, greed and all the wrong reasons.

Commenting on Bush’s recent speech at Ft. Bragg intended to rally America behind an unpopular war, she said:

"He never mentioned the WMD threat and repeatedly brought up 9/11 in an attempt to scare and frighten everyone again. People have characterized the speech in many ways, but if I had to pick a few words, I would say hypocritical, manipulative, condescending, meaningless drivel."

After the speech, Sheehan was unexpectedly invited on the CNN Larry King Show June 28, but expressed concern and outright anger over the fact she was only given 82 seconds to be "the token anti-war peace speaker" in an hour show which essentially contained a pro war message from all the other guests.

In a recent rebuttal article placed on the Internet, expressing her displeasure with some of the CNN guests and the short time given for her anti-war message, she wrote:

"My absolute favorite guest of the evening was Sen. John Warner, powerful chair of the Senate Armed (Disservices) Committee. Of course, he fell in lockstep behind his Führer (Bush) and praised the speech…. I sat in the Green Room with Sen. Warner's entourage. I wondered (even out loud) what price they have paid for our administration's misdeeds in Iraq. They all looked like happy, well-fed, well-dressed, well-educated, and well-hydrated Americans.…I sincerely doubt if any of them had a loved one ripped from their lives by a car bomb, IED, or bullet in an ambush.

"I spoke with John Warner after his interview and told him unless he was prepared to sacrifice even a good night's sleep over this senseless and criminal war, then he should work on ending it, not prolonging the carnage. He told me that I was "entitled to my opinion," but he would respectfully have to disagree with me. That was awfully Constitutional of him!

"I finally got to speak for my 82 seconds (all the time Larry King Live could spare for the peace message) about how this war is a catastrophe and how we should bring the troops home and quit forcing the

Iraqi people to pay for our government's hubris and quit forcing innocent children to suffer so we can allegedly fight terrorism somewhere besides America. How absolutely racist and immoral is it to take America's battles to another land and make an entire country pay for the crimes of others? To me, this is blatant genocide.

"After my brief advocacy for peace, my position was refuted by another mom whose son was killed in Iraq in 2003, saying she "totally disagrees" with me and "feels sorry" for me.

"Well, you know what? I ache for her blindness and for the millions of ‘sheeple’ who have had the wool pulled over their eyes by this bunch of hypocritical, bad shepherds who are running a disastrous herd over the world. I have distressing news for the ‘Soccer Safety Moms’ and the ‘NASCAR Dads’ who are such ardent supporters of this administration and war:

"Your grandchildren and children who will be entering Kindergarten this fall will be fighting George's endless war if he gets his way and is allowed to continue spreading the cancer of imperialism in the Middle-East….

"Think about it when you tuck your child into bed tonight."

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Hang in there Cindy.There's alot of people trying to stop this illegal war that started on a lie. Keep up the good work.
And just like vietnam,I'm afraid our soldiers are going to pay the price for this war.Many came back and had the world's anger directed at them.

The more websites I read the more I realize how corrupt the Bush administration is.

If the gop congress doesn't get off there buts and allows the investigation to take place,they will all be held accountable for aiding and abetting this corruption.

Take a look at whatreallyhappened.com,it's an eye opener.
And there are many sights with this information.
There's a trail of corruption from daddy bush to moron bush!

As far as Bush's empty cold stare,have no doubt he's on drugs.
Whether there illegal or prescription, like back alley Rush,he's taking something.
A few times I've noticed it even affected his features.

I ask what man could live with all the wrong and pain he caused without being on something!

Thanks Cindy. We all owe you and your dear son a sincere debt of gratitude. Support the Troops, Hell yes! Get them out, NOW! Support Dubya, Hell no!

The SNOWMAN:

Our boy Dubya is on something for sure. He is a complete FAKE. A prop for the corporate-owned shadow government, Blood for Oil . . . it's all good. They'd like us to stay the world leaders in excessive consumption and live the American Dream of material commercialism, world domination and the destruction of mankind. Dubya only appreciates what he knows, which, let's be honest, isn't that much. He has ate from a silver-spoon his entire life. Harvard and Yale Degrees? You gotta be kidding me! Daddy's got his back. Dubya has contempt for anything RIGHT in life and preys on the weak-minded, as he himself, is weak-minded. He is truly a restless, lost soul. I wouldn't want to be in his shoes Cometh Judgment Day . . .

Dubya's addictive personality continues to haunt him today. I recently read that he has been on prescription anti-depressants. Dubya's bizarre and disturbing outbursts and red-hot temper needed calming. We all know that he's an untreated recovering alcoholic, definitely snorted COKE big-time, and has admitted to smoking pot. Am I the only one who thinks that it's suspicious that he never breathes through his nostrils? Listen to the guy. Among other things, LONG-TERM COKE SNORTING DOES IRREPARABLE DAMGE TO THE DELICATE NASAL PASSAGES . . . For the record, pot really isn't as bad as they would like you to believe. Drug companies can't profit off something that grows naturally from a seed. But for Duya, he needs to lay off everything; too unstable of a personality.

I believe that there needs to be more discussion and collaboration between some of the Anti-Bush coalitions. For starters, David Ray Griffin and Stanley Hilton come to mind. In particular, discussion on how 19 alleged terrorists (nine of which are alive and well) armed with toe-nail clippers and razor blades pulled-off 911.

If ignorance is bliss then there's a bunch of happy, monkey see-no evil, speak-no evil, hear-no evil mother-fuckers out there! And if I offend you, good. You offend me! The Blind is leading the Blind, mindless robot!

Drive your Blood for Oil, Gas Guzzling Full-Size SUV to Wal-Mart with you "Support the Troops" magnet and buy the merchandise that used to be made in the USA. How ironic, support the guy who is responsible for the loss of your good-paying American manufacturing job, so you can support China and Saudi Arabia thru Wal-Mart and Ford Trucks, brilliant!

Bushies out there . . . Just a couple of small questions. Feel free to reply any time. And please, don't just give me the same emotionally-driven, Conservative talk-show bullet-point crap. Be original and do the research. Provide rational, logical answers.

1. Dubya said he saw Flight 11 hit WTC1. How was this possible?

2. Why did the Secret Service not whisk the President away the mili-second they knew we were under attack? I guess "My Pet Goat" was appropriate for the Prez the read that day. At least it wasn't over his head, well, maybe not . . .

3. Why did the 911 Ommission Report fail to mention the backbone of the Twin Towers, FORTY-SEVEN MASSIVE STEEL COLUMS, per building. The "cores" were the unique feature of the buildings. Pancake theory - my ass!

4. How did WTC1 and WTC2 collapse, at free-fall speed, and crumble into fine dust from poorly-burning fires caused kerosene and office furniture? If you know anything about anything then you know this is a complete impossibility. In fact, WTC1, WTC2, and WTC7 are the only buildings in the history of mankind to DISENTERGRATE from fires! Please explain, still waiting . . .

5. Speaking of WTC7, what in the world happened to that building? The live news broadcasts from that dreadful day expose the awful truth, controlled demolition, no doubt about it. WTC1, WTC2 and WTC7! And no-way were 19 Arabs armed with Bic Disposable Razors and plastic picnic knives responsible. No way, period.

6. How did Flight 77 neatly fit into a 16 ft. hole, and leave no trace of Boeing 757 outside of the Pentagon? No luggage, wings, seats, bodies, plane wreckage, nothing. And how did Flight 77, a commercial passenger airliner, neatly punch through 18 ft. of steel-reinforced concrete and three rings of the Pentagon?

7. Why won't the FBI release the confiscated videos that would clearly show what hit the Pentagon? First they deny video exists. Then they release 5 lousy frames of poor quality video from an obscure viewpoint. What are they hiding? -The TRUTH!

The list goes on and on. I URGE EVERYONE TO SEE FOR YOURSELVES. Go to the websites, read the books, watch the videos. Watch your own VCR recordings of 911, slow it down . . . you'll see!

This administration is out of control and has manipulated the media in their mind-control game of ultimate control for long enough. These cronies are running this great country into the ground and asking our children to pay for it in the worst of ways! We and the world will suffer for petty greed. Absolutely astonishing!

With a disgusting loud Texas accent," said: "Who we’all honorin’ here today?"

Beyond words!!

Actually, I have trouble believing that this is happening, but I saw Cindy at the hearing in the basement and I know she is telling the TRUTH.

I am in awe of what you are doing and saying and the frequency with which I now see coverage that includes your comments. I was appalled that your visit with King George was so upsetting. I still keep hearing the phrase he used recently about his thinking about the war "every day, every single day" and feeling outraged. I SCREAMED back at the TV that some of us think about the war every hour of every single day!!!! You are truly one of America's greatest heroes!!!! May God bless you always in your noble endeavors! Dona nobis pacem!

Hello you LeftWingNut Fools. Cindy met Bush already. Does the Bitch have a crush on him and want to see him some more? I mean, now that her husband has left the insane broad for a nice young GOP babe?

Here is what the idiot, kill my son so I can make politics out of it, said when she met Bush:

http://www.thereporter.com/republished/ci_2923921

From our archive: Bush, Sheehans share moments
By David Henson/Staff Writer

Since learning in April that their son, Army Spc. Casey Sheehan, had been killed in Iraq, life has been everything but normal for the Sheehan family of Vacaville.
Casey's parents, Cindy and Patrick, as well as their three children, have attended event after event honoring the soldier both locally and abroad, received countless letters of support and fielded questions from reporters across the country.

"That's the way our whole lives have been since April 4," Patrick said. "It's been surreal."

But none of that prepared the family for the message left on their answering machine last week, inviting them to have a face-to-face meeting with President George W. Bush at Fort Lewis near Seattle.

Surreal soon seemed like an understatement, as the Sheehans - one of 17 families who met Thursday with Bush - were whisked in a matter of days to the Army post and given the VIP treatment from the military. But as their meeting with the president approached, the family was faced with a dilemma as to what to say when faced with Casey's commander-in-chief.

"We haven't been happy with the way the war has been handled," Cindy said. "The president has changed his reasons for being over there every time a reason is proven false or an objective reached."

The 10 minutes of face time with the president could have given the family a chance to vent their frustrations or ask Bush some of the difficult questions they have been asking themselves, such as whether Casey's sacrifice would make the world a safer place.

But in the end, the family decided against such talk, deferring to how they believed Casey would have wanted them to act. In addition, Pat noted that Bush wasn't stumping for votes or trying to gain a political edge for the upcoming election.

"We have a lot of respect for the office of the president, and I have a new respect for him because he was sincere and he didn't have to take the time to meet with us," Pat said.

Sincerity was something Cindy had hoped to find in the meeting. Shortly after Casey died, Bush sent the family a form letter expressing his condolences, and Cindy said she felt it was an impersonal gesture.

"I now know he's sincere about wanting freedom for the Iraqis," Cindy said after their meeting. "I know he's sorry and feels some pain for our loss. And I know he's a man of faith."

The meeting didn't last long, but in their time with Bush, Cindy spoke about Casey and asked the president to make her son's sacrifice count for something. They also spoke of their faith.

While meeting with Bush, as well as Sen. John McCain, R-Arizona, was an honor, it was almost a tangent benefit of the trip. The Sheehans said they enjoyed meeting the other families of fallen soldiers, sharing stories, contact information, grief and support.

For some, grief was still visceral and raw, while for others it had melted into the background of their lives, the pain as common as breathing. Cindy said she saw her reflection in the troubled eyes of each.

"It's hard to lose a son," she said. "But we (all) lost a son in the Iraqi war."

The trip had one benefit that none of the Sheehans expected.

For a moment, life returned to the way it was before Casey died. They laughed, joked and bickered playfully as they briefly toured Seattle.

For the first time in 11 weeks, they felt whole again.

"That was the gift the president gave us, the gift of happiness, of being together," Cindy said.

After reading Cindy Sheehan's account of her meeting with Bush, I am very angry. Bad enough that she had to endure Bush's arrogant ignorance, but she also had to deal with Sen. John Warner on CNN. We know Bush is a hopeless case, but Warner needs to hear from us regarding the comment he made to Cindy about his continued unquestioned support for Bush's War.
You can call Congress with this free number, 1-877-762-8762, and ask for any Senator or Representative. Ask for John Warner and ask about the Downing Street Memos, Rove's role in the Plame leak, and the disaster in Iraq that Cindy Sheehan tried to explain to him. These issues are interconnected and it is time for Warner and all Republicans to hear from angry Americans across the nation.
Also call Rep. John Conyers & thank him for his leadership--he sent a letter to Bush on 7/5 asking for Rove's resignation. Call your Senators & Representative and demand that they support Conyers. Keep the switchboard busy. Call early and call often. Thanks.

That's right, keep calling. Call Allah for all I care. You lost the election and that's what this is all about.

Sour Grapes all of you. Get over it. LOL We are laughing at your stupidity to think anyone cares that YOU lost the election.

I'm so very proud of you. Speak loud and speak often. My thoughts and prayers are with you.

God Bless America. God Bless Our Troops.

Our administration will have to answer to their god for their actions.

Cindy, there are no words that can clearly express what I felt reading this account of your meeting at the White House. This disgraceful treatment of the bereaved families in the name of "honoring" them is absolutely appalling.

But there will be an accounting. We, who could not believe the Bush agenda was really happening to us, are finally rising up as real Citizens. We have an opportunity, looking at all the wreckage, to put our country back together again in a better way. I know we can do it.

Thank you for your inspiration and selfless service as we wend our way out of the quagmire. Bless you and yours.

Tomorrow I'm going exclusively to see the Chief Bureau Editor of CNN in Los Angeles and DEMAND that they get off their lazy asses and have some brass balls to deeply investigate the DSM immediately!! I will tell them that many grieving mothers such as Cindy Sheehan demand that this crucial story must be given more press time. Whoever the mother from Alabama is who lost her naive 17 year old blond cutie, has probably got eaten up by a hungry shark off the coast of teeny tiny Aruba by now. Maybe she acted like a bitch the whole time before and during her trip to Aruba and probably deserved her cruel fate yet CNN is still on the case and the Aruban police STILL can't find her!! But many mothers of Iraq War soldiers have been disrespected and ignored by CNN kiss-asses like Larry King whose guests of his had the audacity to inundate Republican politicians and pro-Bush neanderthal parents who also lost their kids in Iraq to disagree and attack a mother like Cindy Sheehan who appropriately seeks vengeance and justice upon a cold, shallow and soulless monster that George W. Bush really is. The establishment who are now laughing at her, myself and all the other anti-Bush dissenters that demand that the DSM be investigated will soon get what's coming to them; only through our perserverance and faith will we tell the corporate media that they will soon have no choice but to cover the story. It will take time and it won't be easy but with our realism and faith hand in hand, something even the psychotic Christian right can't do, WE WILL soon be rewarded for our "good fight". Hang in there, Mrs. Sheehan, we're still here for ya, always.

Typical Demwit post you made there. You insult the mother of a missing child while claiming to care about cindy sheehan.

You are disgusting.

Casey Sheehan would not support Cindy's insanity. In fact, Casey's entire family is against it.

Let me add my personal condolences to you for you terrible loss. Your courage and sincerity are a shining example of what is good about America. The America we grew up to honor and respect.

That America has been eclipsed by the perpetrators (or more appropriately the perpeTRAITORS) of the current administration.

I was not surprised by the treatment you and the other greiving family members received at the White House. His entry comment "Who we'all honorin' here today" speaks volumes about this shallow, insincere excuse for a leader.

All true American patriots of good will must unite to stop the systematic de-democratization of our country. Bush and crew must be held accountable for all of the deceit and dishonesty which has been heaped upon us.

As for Mr. King and CNN, what can we expect from the once former beacon of journalistic integrity now that it is owned by Time-Warner? Corporate controlled propaganda machines are not worth the TIME (pun intended) watching. You are so correct when you use the term "drivel" about Bush or any of the corporate cheerleading outlets.

Thank you for giving us all added strnegth in this quest to rid our nation of this plague known as the Bush administration

Ms. Sheehan; I offer my most sincere condolences for your son , I got my son back whith out physical wounds but others that may take a long time to heal.As a parent I grieve for all the families who have lost loved ones , and get angrier daily as I hear the denial of so many . Thank you for your courage and patriotism in fighting this evil that has taken over so many. I don't think I could have mustered the composure & dignity you showed in meeting Herr Bush.I'm pretty sure I would have ended in federal prison had I recieved the disgusting treatment you endured , you have my enduring respect as a leader in our fight.

My heart goes out to all of the Cindy Sheehan's that have had to endure the great pain of losing a child in a senseless war. I cannot imagine what that pain would be. The fact that Bush doesn't care is apparent. Self sacrifice is not in his dictionary. Nor most of the neocons.

God bless you and your boy Cindy. I cannot fully articulate the anger and revulsion I felt reading your account of Mr Bush's comments. Please forgive me crudeness but I would not urinate on Bush even if he were on fire.

I would pay to see that!

How peaceful of you. True Fiberal you are. You are a violent person.

Thanks Cindy for putting a face on this war. Your son has to be proud that his mom is making his ultimate sacrifice have a true meaning. We desperately need your voice right now...you speak for so many of us.
There are those that are sacrificing for the delusion of this war and those that are profiting. Those profiters obviously CNN and other media outlets will not let the opposition have a voice... War profits and tax breaks cushion them from sleepless nights. The media wastes our time with stories that used to be found in the tabloids are now considered news. (The tabloids are actually better and more informative. They don't speculate for months on end.)
We need to know who in congress, what media, what conglomerates etc are making money on this war... qui bono... that is our enemy as much as the terrorists. Not only are they using our children on the front lines but the treasury. Our dollar is backed by every working person in the US...the debt is guaranteed by every working person in the US.
They are putting us into hock for generations to come ... Guess they know this...the tax breaks will cushion them when the bills come due.

Dear Ms. Sheehan,

You can know that your efforts will not be wasted. You can also know your son did not die in vain.

Your courage and dedication to your son, and the ideals of our country is an inspiration for all. We must draw on your, and each other's strength, to try to keep this from ever happening again. We must carry the fight you have begun to its end for the sake of our sons and daughters, and their sons and daughters too.

God Bless you and your son's spirit, who must be proud of you.

I blog 9/11 related 'alternative' news, and the author of this article continually covers 9/11. if your at all interested in seeing why 9/11 is, in my opinion, the lynch pin to bringing down this administration please check out my blog from time to time!

-dz
www.911blogger.com

The Bushies have not found it necessary to manipulate the media, because the rulers of the media support US military dominace of the Mideast. The media barons not only support the occupation of Iraq with permanent military bases, they have begun the propaganda for expansion of the war to Iran and Syria.

I am the mother of three sons, one of whom is terminally ill. I can to some degree feel your pain. What I do not understand is why, if you disagree with the President and "his" war, you and your family went to visit him. How did you think it could in any way make you feel anything but worse than you already felt? Do you think the President felt comfortable greeting all of those grieving families. I find it difficult when I know the people. I can imagine how hard it is when one doesn't know the person. And you forget one important fact about Mr. Bush: he did lose a younger sister to leukemia. And he took it very hard. At a young age he felt responsible to take care of his mother. Perhaps that memory is what makes it so terribly awkward for him in a situation like yours. Maybe it was the only way he could cope without breaking down altogether.
Your son signed in to a volunteer armed service. He was not drafted. You must have been aware of that. No matter whether you, he, or the rest of your family agreed with the nation's military action, he was signed on to it. It's not a pick and choose game. And war is hell. Many American's, like you, no longer have the stomach for it. But it is America. And hundreds of thousands of young men and women have lost their lives -- mostly overseas -- so that you still have the right to express your opinion and verbally slam the President of your country. I'm truly sorry your son died and that you are suffering. But you are also enjoying the freedoms he and his fellow heroes died for.

Cindy Sheehan is no hero and no anti-war protester. Where was she when Clinton bombed Kosovo or Bosnia? Did she camp out then? No, she towed the Far Left Wing Line. You see, Cindy Sheehan doesn't hate war, she Hates George Bush. Her actions prove she Hates Bush more than she loved Casey.

The far LeftWingers are hopeful no one will say a word against a 'grieving' mother, but I stopped having any sympathy for Cindy when she made the death of her son a poltical circus. She gave up motherhood for 15 minutes of fame, tranished her son's memory for Michael Moore, Sam Huseini and Code Pink. She can speak out and so can I.

Here are quotes from Cindy:
"My son joined the Army to protect America, not Israel. "
"We were told that we were attacked on 9/11 because the terrorists hate our freedoms and democracy...not for the real reason, becuase the Arab-Muslims who attacked us hate our middle-eastern foreign policy."
"You get America out of Iraq and Israel out of Palestine and you'll stop the terrorism."

And there you have her real agenda. She is Anti-Bush, Anti-Jew and wants to give in to terrorists, because George Bush is President. She would rather trash America than support the memory of her son Casey who fought for and believed in America's Freedoms.

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