Saturday, August 13, 2005

Cindy Sheehan

This sad but typical rant from the 101st fighting keyboarders on the right against an American soliders' mother is despicable. Why do they hate our servicemembers families? I have hesitated from commenting on it here because it just seems like more of the same. Anyone...and I mean anyone who dares challenge this administration is tarred and feathered. The brainwashed are unwittingly helping out. I have only one thing to say about this. This pretty well sums it up. Mad dogs barking. That's it.

This is about a 9M download but if you are curious to hear what Cindy Sheehan herself has to say it is Here.


Blogger The Game said...

That article is ridiculous, but of course there is no real way to argue that this woman lied and is using her sons death for political gain (and now many left wing groups are using her as well).

Now she is protesting that Israel should get out of Palestine...

What does that have to do with her son’s death???

I think most people sympathies with a mom losing a son, but this woman has gone so crazy and has shown her true intentions so blatantly, that even the liberal media is finally starting to report the truth about her.

10:53 AM, August 14, 2005  
Blogger The Game said...

Casey Sheehan's family has sent out a press release stating the following:

The Sheehan Family lost our beloved Casey in the Iraq War and we have been silently, respectfully grieving. We do not agree with the political motivations and publicity tactics of Cindy Sheehan. She now appears to be promoting her own personal agenda and notoriety at the the expense of her son's good name and reputation. The rest of the Sheehan Family supports the troops, our country, and our President, silently, with prayer and respect. Sincerely, Casey Sheehan's grandparents, aunts, uncles and numerous cousins.

11:16 AM, August 14, 2005  
Blogger Ron said...

obviously you didn't read...arf arf arf.

11:53 AM, August 14, 2005  
Blogger Ron said...

Oh maybe it's just comprehending through your right wing smear glasses you are having trouble with?

11:59 AM, August 14, 2005  
Blogger The Game said...

you are right, Cindy Sheehan is smearing the president...

11:11 PM, August 14, 2005  
Blogger The Game said...

here is a newsweek article explaining what really happens when you talk to the President about lost loved ones:

12:23 AM, August 15, 2005  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Has the game ever served in the military? Does he have any friends or family over there? Will the game go after the white house traitors with the zeal he goes after a grieving mother? What does the games mother think about this?

12:34 AM, August 15, 2005  
Blogger The Game said...

so person who can't say who they you have to personally participate in something in order to comment about it...this stupid argument just shows that you really have nothing intelligent to say about the issue...

and I have two friends in the military, so I know that a VAST majority of people in the military support their president and their mission...

Way to throw in the "white house traitors" comment. Take your meds and try and stay on topic...

9:24 AM, August 15, 2005  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

The topic will always be traitors in the White House. Your sorry actions are an attempt to draw away attention from the fact that traitors have free run in the White House.

Why are you not fighting in Iraq, if you believe in this war so much?

Oh, let me guess, You fight with words, you can do more for the troops over here.

10:44 AM, August 15, 2005  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Bush has NO manners-need it be said AGAIN? This is the mother of a soldier who died in the service of his country. It would only be common courtesy for him to speak to her, but what would he tell her? The truth? Not hardly. Any other president in my lifetime including Daddy Bush would've talked to her, but Baby Bush has NO class whatsoever, plus no real power. It's Dick Cheney who is running the country. Maybe he should come out and talk to her, but don't count on him to tell the truth. Plus he has about as much compassion in his eyes as a snake. (Coincidentally, Cheney was born in the year of the snake-in his case he would be a Bushmaster-right?)

12:48 PM, August 15, 2005  
Blogger The Game said...

I'll have to book a flight to la la land to respond to these comments...get back to you if I ever fall on my head...

12:53 PM, August 15, 2005  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Candlelight vigil for Cindy Sheehan
As there isn't one in our area, a friend and I have decided to put lighted candles in our windows tomorrow night-Wed. 8/17 from 7-9 pm in support of Mrs. Sheehan If you can't find a vigil in your area (go to you may do so, also.

7:52 PM, August 16, 2005  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

To The Game-
I kinda wonder if you have already fallen on your head and that explains how you can support Bush and PNAC. All the info about Teresa Heinz-Kerry is on Kerry's website (under Teresa) or can be found elsewhere. I'd rather be in La La Land if it's full of people who love peace and justice and not full of people who believe rightwing propaganda!! Also, let me remind you that Democrats/Liberals do not attack Laura Bush like the GOP attack machine attacks Hillary, Tipper, Teresa, etc. I guess, you're a MCP who has a problem with successful women who speak their minds instead of being the Stepford wives YOU and Rush Limbaugh think they should be in order to avoid being labled "femi-nazis". In my opinion, sir, you are totally gullible and beneath contempt re: your ignorant biased views.--DemoCat

8:01 PM, August 16, 2005  
Blogger Average Joe said...

I served, and I think Sheehan is despicable. Will you agree with me now? Has your opinion changed? How dare you use an American's right to serve in our military as a qualification or defense for an argument. You know nothing.

Every American has the right to their opinion. I use this example to characterize what Sheehan did:

A woman sees a man run into a grocery store and steal a loaf of bread. She immediately feels sorry for him, how hungry he must be to steal a loaf of bread.

When a police officer arrives to take her statement the officer mentions that the man is a wanted felon. The woman tells the police officer that the man threw her to the ground and stole an old ladies purse.


Yes, the woman in my story is allowed to change her mind about the person, but she is not allowed to change the events.

If the president "made (you) feel whole again" and "had sympathy" that is a description of the events. Later describing the President as innatentive and dismissive is also a description of the events. One of these descriptions is a lie.

10:14 PM, August 16, 2005  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

To Average Joe:
While I haven't ever been in the military, I have family members and friends who are veterans. I pray nightly for the troops and for their families who are suffering. This is the way I support the troops, but I do not support this war, which I believe is so the military-industrial complex and oil companies will reap huge profits, is justified. WW II was a just war because we had been attacked and so had our allies when Hitler steamrollered his way across Europe and blitzed London, not to mention the genocide of the Jews. The troops are not to blame for this war. They, like Congress and the American people have been decieved into supporting it, initially. They don't have many of the things they require like decent food, tents, armour, etc. while Halliburton and Bechtel are making obscene amounts of money off the American tax payer. Many of them are speaking out, as are their families. Their families deserve to be told the truth about why their children, husbands, wives, parents, etc. have been put into harm's way.
Personally, I don't think Bush will talk to Cindy Sheehan. I don't think he dares to, but the person who should talk to her is Dick Cheney because he is obviously the one who has the real power in the Administration. I believe, sir, that your idea of what true patriotism is is distorted and that you should go back and study our early American history and our forefather's vision for our country. I will be lighting a candle for Cindy tonight and you should, also, if you REALLY support the troops.

2:29 PM, August 17, 2005  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

To The Game:
Re: your views toward Teresa Kerry-I have been told that there's no point in trying to change your viewpoint because you are a hopeless case. Be that as it may, you should've realized by now that "The DemoCat" is one of John Kerry's biggest fans and ditto for Teresa. She is not influenced by rightwing lies and attacks on the Kerrys and she still has all her claws which are wicked sharp. You have been forewarned.
Also-is Game an acronym? Maybe it stands for Greatly Arrogant Male Ego. --DemoCat

2:37 PM, August 17, 2005  
Blogger Average Joe said...


I respect your commentary and your right to not support the war in Iraq. Nowhere, I repeat, nowhere in my post did I question the patriotism of a poster or of Cindy Sheehan. What I do disagree with, and I think my analogy accurately portrays my stance, is blatant lying. Changing the description of a series of events is wrong, and Cindy Sheehan has taken an immoral path to a political agenda.

9:34 PM, August 17, 2005  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Well, heard from Move were over 1,600 candlelight vigils for Cindy Sheehan on Wed. night. Looks like a LOT of people nationwide were supporting her. (Too bad you didn't join in, Average Joe.)
A friend of mine went to Crawford and came back with a full report and photographs. Very cool. Much better than anything we'd get from the so called Liberal Media. Only bad thing was the photo of the store where they sell Bush souveniers-YUK! It was miserably hot and humid in Crawford. These people would not be doing this if they didn't believe totally in what they are doing.

2:57 PM, August 19, 2005  
Blogger Dedanna said...

Anonymous, the one thing I think that I respect most about your last post, is that you stated what you did, and didn't have to say, "Go see my blog for pics"!

7:41 AM, August 20, 2005  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

This is the link to "Two Days at Camp Casey." I am sure it will be picked up by other sites as well.

12:07 PM, August 20, 2005  

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