Saturday, September 17, 2005

Cindy Sheehan's Latest Moonbat Rant -- Sad but entertaining...

A post from Cindy Sheehan, from Michael Moore's website (and no, I am not going to link to that fat gasbag's site, if you want to verify this, google it).

A few choice excerpts:

September 16th, 2005

A Bright Spot in Bush World

Amid the Miserable Failures on the Same Planet

A Message from Cindy Sheehan

It has been one month and one week since I sat in a ditch in Crawford, Tx. I can hardly believe it when I think of it myself. So much has happened in that time, and really, so little.

I got to Camp Casey III in Covington, La today, after getting up at 3am to head for the airport. Now it is 3am the next day and we are driving in a car to try and find a hotel to sleep anywhere around Jackson, Miss. I was prepared to be shocked by what I saw in Louisiana, but I guess one can never really fully prepare for such devastation and tragedy. After living in a country your entire life it is so difficult to see such callous indifference on an immense scale. When I reflect on how the mother of the imbecile who is running our country said that the people who are in the Astrodome are happy to be there, it angers me beyond comparison. The people in LA who were displaced have nice, if modest homes that are perfectly fine. I wonder why the government made them leave at great expense and uproot families who have been living in their communities for generations.
Gee, Cindy I know you are insane, but let me point out a few facts or obeservations:

1."I wonder why the government made them leave" .. What part of homes flooded to the eaves don't you understand? By the way, which government are you speaking of, city, state or Federal?

2.What "callous indifference"? Do you have an example, or should we just take your word for it?

3.Do you think the people in the Astrodome would rather be cold, wet and hungry, like they were in NOLA? Do you think they would like to return to being in danger from thugs, creatures, and polluted water?

By the way, if the government was callously indifferent, why would they "make them leave at great expense?


Algiers had no flooding. All of the damage was from winds. There are trees knocked over and shingles off of roofs. There are signs blown over and there was a dead body lying on the ground for 2 weeks before someone finally came to get it.

Even though Algiers came through Katrina relatively unscathed, our federal government tried to force (mostly successfully) the people out of the community. Malik Rahim, a new friend of ours and resident of Algiers, told us stories of the days after the hurricane. …

Ooops, Cindy.. Did a google search on your "new friend" -- Quite the resume, Black Panthers -- Green Party, a typical left wing dirt bag. You should love him…

But he is about as credible as the sole of my tennis shoe! Oh, by the way, how come Malik didn’t pick up the body?


One thing that truly troubled me about my visit to Louisiana was the level of the military presence there. I imagined before that if the military had to be used in a CONUS (Continental US) operations that they would be there to help the citizens: Clothe them, feed them, shelter them, and protect them.

But what I saw was a city that is occupied. I saw soldiers walking around in patrols of 7 with their weapons slung on their backs. I wanted to ask one of them what it would take for one of them to shoot me. Sand bags were removed from private property to make machine gun nests.
Maybe because your boy Malik's thugs had shot at them as they tried to help? And if they are "walking around" why the "machine gun nests"?

"I wanted to ask one of them what it would take for one of them to shoot me."

You are full of crap Cindy, if you wanted to ask, you should of. YOu are a whining, leftard bitch who disgraces your son's memory. Would you ask that question of your son?


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