September 27, 2005
Pretty darn clever. Check it out here.
September 26, 2005
...they really like me!!
Sheehan and several dozen other protesters sat down on the sidewalk after marching along the pedestrian walkway on Pennsylvania Avenue. Police warned them three times that they were breaking the law by failing to move along, then began making arrests.Several dozen others? Don't they mean like, maybe,...two dozen? Yesterday it was about thirty people and you gotta figure at least a few have real jobs to go to today.
Sheehan, 48, was the first taken into custody. She stood up and was led to a police vehicle while protesters chanted, "The whole world is watching."
This is becoming such a joke, it's almost uncomfortable to watch. I hope it lasts!
At least that's what the A/P considers a crowd. Because that's all the America-hating moonbats that Cindy Sheehan could muster for her march on the White House this weekend.
September 25, 2005
Michelle Malkin has this gem and many more in her Flickr album of this weekend's protests in D.C.
What a freak show.
September 23, 2005
Simple: Thirty-five years ago, there was a groundswell of opposition to the war made up of individuals who, however naive and misguided, were reflecting a genuine feeling in the country at the time. Today, this motley road show of media hounds is comprised of professional protesters. Opposition to this war, is mostly a reflection of various kook organizations trying to push their Left-wing anti-American agenda.
Betsy Newmark shines the spotlight on these familiar names and faces who always manage to show up whenever there's an opportunity to perform for the cameras - and hatred of America is their primary motivation.
September 22, 2005
Don't these people have actual jobs?
Pathetic, yet hilarious. My favorite part is when the RV backs over the Vespa. Like...bummer, man.
September 20, 2005
What is it with these Democrats these days? I swear, if I woke up everyday so full of bile and rage, I think I'd probably kill myself. Go check out these mean old meanies here.
War protester Cindy Sheehan came to New York last night with a blunt warning for Senator Clinton: End your support for the war in Iraq or else.This will definitely put a crimp in Hillary's current foreign policy kabuki-dance aimed at fooling enough moderate voters into thinking she can be trusted with America's security. The Kos crowd is watching closely, as are the MoveOn.org and Soros-funded "America Coming Together" groups.
Visiting New York City for the first time since leaving her campsite outside President Bush's vacation ranch in Crawford, Texas, Ms. Sheehan told a packed audience in a Brooklyn church that Mrs. Clinton "knows the war is a lie" but because of her political ambitions refuses to voice any opposition.
Will Sheehan demand a "sit-down" with Sen. Clinton as well? Only if the journalists are there. And they have to much of an interest in her success to do that.
September 12, 2005
Bush administration officials have said Katrina's damage could not have been anticipated, but Gore rejected that.Implicit in this charge is that the extent of the damage could have somehow been prevented - and that the administration did nothing about it.
"What happened was not only knowable, it was known in advance, in great and painstaking detail. They did tabletop planning exercises. They identified exactly what the scientific evidence showed would take place," Gore said.
Clearly the former Vice-President is off his meds again. So Al, how's your multi-million dollar public access channel doing these days?
On a related note, Mac Johnson of Human Events lays out five proposals that would make future efforts more successful.
The result was not pretty, when it was there at all.
September 08, 2005
What exactly is the connection? That's what most people will wonder. But the organization insists that this association is justified.
The ad suggests that the plight of the mostly African-American evacuees in New Orleans showed that poverty remains a serious problem among minorities, said Ben Brandzel, the group's advocacy director. In a mix of judicial and racial politics, the ad then suggests that minorities could suffer if the Senate confirms Roberts.What exactly is it about John Roberts that makes his record on civil rights so objectionable?
"The connection is obvious," Brandzel said. "The images after Hurricane Katrina show we still live in a society where significant racial inequities exist. We believe John Roberts' record on civil rights ... is clearly not the direction our country needs to head now."
Duh, he's a white male of course! And he's a Conservative! And Bush picked him! He must be against civil rights...right?
The only thing worse than the slanderous insinuation that Roberts is a racist - based on absolutely nothing but MoveOn's hatred of Bush - is the disgusting exploitation of this terrible tragedy for their pathetic political agenda.
If the whole subject matter wasn't so sad, this could actually be fodder for a Saturday Night Live skit. Keep it up guys. That loud snapping sound you hear is called a backlash - and it's coming back at ya.
September 01, 2005
"Bruce Gagnon of Maine Veterans for Peace says Cindy Sheehan will be the featured guest at a protest outside the Brunswick Naval Air Station on September tenth."She's a piece of work, ain't she?
Oh, and she's also saying that she plans to spend every August in Crawford doing the same schtick. Lovely.
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