Cindy Sheehan: Katrina Is All Bush’s Fault

In Mother Sheehan’s latest diatribe, she blames Bush for hurricane Katrina and calls her opponents Nazis. And then she gets crazy:

The Peaceful Occupation of Crawford

By Cindy Sheehan
Day 25

"If Zarqawi and bin Laden gain control of Iraq, they would create a new training ground for future terrorist attacks," Bush said. "They’d seize oil fields to fund their ambitions. They could recruit more terrorists by claiming a historic victory over the United States and our coalition."(George Bush, August 30, 2005 in San Diego.)

So it is official, Casey had his blood shed in Iraq for OIL. He died so we could pay over 3.00/gallon for gas. Like I suspected all along, my dear, sweet son: almost 1900 others; and tens of thousands of innocent Iraqis died so the oil fields wouldn’t "fall into the hands of terrorists" and so George and his immoral band of greedy robber barons could become wealthier.



Cindy Sheehan Bids A Sad Adieu To Crawford

From the paid Howard Dean stooge site, the Daily Kos:

Cindy Sheehan...

Good By to Crawford

by Cindy Sheehan

Tue Aug 30th, 2005 at 06:28:59 PDT

Good By to Crawford
But Not to Camp Casey
Day 24
The Peaceful Occupation of Crawford

While George golfed yesterday, the worst hurricane ever struck New Orleans; oil went up to over 68.00/barrel; and an American soldier was killed in the charade and cataclysmic occupation of Iraq. The soldier's family doesn't even know what's going to hit them yet. The death is "Pending Notification." I continually ask myself: "How do George Bush and other death-mongers live with themselves?" While George vacations and bikes and golfs his way to the lowest poll numbers since Richard Nixon, other "patriots" are wrapping themselves in the Stars and Stripes and going along with the farce that the mission from hell: Killing more people in Iraq, because so many have already been killed" is somehow a good thing ordained by God.



Sheehan Glad She Didn’t Meet With Bush

I suppose in the interest of completeness we have to wade through this last bit of excrescence from Mother Sheehan, by way of the AP:

Sheehan Glad Bush Didn't Meet With Her

Aug 30 9:21 PM US/Eastern

CRAWFORD, Texas A woman who led an anti-war protest for nearly a month near President Bush's ranch said Tuesday that she's glad Bush never showed up to discuss her son's death in Iraq, saying the president's absence "galvanized the peace movement."

Cindy Sheehan's comments came as war protesters packed up their campsite near the ranch and prepared to leave Tuesday for a three-week bus tour.

"I look back on it, and I am very, very, very grateful he did not meet with me, because we have sparked and galvanized the peace movement," Sheehan told The Associated Press.



The Jackals Howl – But The Caravan Moves On

Get out your handkerchiefs:

Cindy Sheehan hugs a tent pole as the camp breaks down near President
Bush’s ranch in Crawford, Texas, Tuesday, Aug. 30, 2005. Sheehan and her
anti-war supporters are taking their protest on a cross country tour.

I always figured she’d have to be dragged out of there kicking and screaming.



Lisa Fithian, The Terrorist Behind Sheehan

Perhaps you have read Byron York’s excellent National Review piece, Cindy Sheehan’s Radical Strategist, which gives us a little insight into lifelong union organizer and anarchist, Lisa Fithian.

Fithian has been in charge of the Camp Casey "Movement" from the start. And she is behind Cindy’s "bus tours" which will all converge in DC in time for the ultra leftist anarchist United For Peace and Justice demonstration there. (Coincidentally, Fithian is the co-chair of UFPJ.)

But it’s only fair that Fithian should be calling the shots for Cindy’s PR campaign. After all, it was her idea. Behold an early report of what was to become Camp Casey and Cindy’s "bus tour," from last February:

Antiwar coalition holds national assembly meeting in St. Louis

Debating UFPJ’s direction

February 25, 2005 | Page 2

Eric Ruder reports from the United for Peace and Justice (UFPJ) national assembly meeting in St.



Cindy Sheehan Gets Feather From Russell Means

It’s strangely reassuring to see that Mother Sheehan doesn’t restrict her love to foreign terrorists.

No, she has recently opened her arms to homegrown David Duke, Stormfront skinheads and even (token black Camp Casey visitor) Al Sharpton.

And now she is feting (token red man) Russell Means and his notorious hostage-taking, FBI-murdering American Indian Movement.

Cindy Sheehan, left, begins to cry as Anishinabi elder Dennis Banks of the American Indian Movement puts gold stars on her warrior shawls presented to her at Camp Casey 2 near President Bush’s ranch in Crawford, Texas, Monday, Aug. 29, 2005. Banks drove 1357 miles from northern Minnesota to present Sheehan with the Native American gift reserved for warriors.

Cindy "begins to cry"?! The hell you say!


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Cindy Sheehan’s Very Latest Pronouncements

I realize you are all hanging on tenterhooks, wondering what Mother Sheehan had to say about the hurricane known as Katrina. (Though Mother Sheehan has probably dropped more water on Texas, with her tears.)

Well, wonder no more. From the agit-prop crap site, Truthout:

t r u t h o u t | One Mother’s Stand
By Scott Galindez

Monday 29 August 2005
12:52 PM

Cindy opened today’s press conference by expressing her concern for the people affected by Hurricane Katrina. Cindy said that the people of Louisiana are in her prayers. Iraqi Veterans Against the War then called for veterans around the country to help with the disaster relief in the affected areas. It was announced that supplies donated to Camp Casey will be delivered to New Orleans when the camp is broken down on Wednesday.



Martin Sheehan, Cindy Sheehan Finally Meet

It’s only fitting that Sheen would show up at Turdstock in support of al-Sheehan.

Actor and Peace activist Martin Sheen, left, applauds Cindy Sheehan at Camp Casey 2 near President Bush’s ranch in Crawford, Texas, Sunday, Aug. 28, 2005. (AP Photo/LM Otero)

Lest we forget, Sheen’s Hollywood career began with his very sympatheticportrayal of the last American soldier executed for desertion, since the Civil War.

Of course Mother Sheehan is herself a big proponent of desertion. As she told the revolutionaries at the Socialist Worker:

Cindy Sheehan of Gold Star Families for Peace:
“They died for a lie”

June 24, 2005 | Pages 6 and 7

I DEFINITELY think that we should support war resisters in the military. This war is not only illegal, but it’s immoral–in fact, some people might say all war is immoral.



Cindy Sheehan Has A “Come To Rev Al” Moment

A match made in media whore heaven:

Cindy Sheehan, left, and Rev. Al Sharpton greet each other after he arrived at Camp Casey 2 near President Bush’s ranch in Crawford, Texas, Sunday, Aug. 28, 2005.

Sharpton is just what Turdstock was missing:




“Let’s Call It Turdstock” – Sheehan’s Latest

From Cindy’s cheerleading squad at the Lone Star Iconoclast:

Gene Ellis reporting for the Iconoclast

Joan Baez sang about four times this afternoon, a couple of the songs being Joe Hill, The Night They Drove Old Dixie Down.Cindy Sheehan spoke at the rally and at a press conference just after that.

Sheehan said that before she came down here, someone told her, "You should go down in a pasture near Bush’s ranch and thousands of people would come and you ought to call it Turdstock, so let’s call it Turdstock.



Sheehan On “Murder And Mayhem Moms”

Self-sainted Mother Sheehan spits in the face of other grieving Gold Star mothers who don’t accept her seditious pronouncements.

Cindy comes to us once again by way of Zsa Zsa Huffington’s preposterous hate-America-first blog:

Camp Casey, Day 20

I finally figured out George Bush’s NEW reason for staying in Iraq. This reason has also been co-opted by the Move America Forward and the poor mothers who would be honored if their sons were killed in George Bush’s war for greed and power.

Since the Freedom and Democracy thing is not going so well and the Iraqi parliament is having such a hard time writing their constitution, since violence is mounting against Iraqis and Americans and since his poll numbers are going down everyday, he had to come up with something.


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Cindy Ignores Requests From Grieving Families

A sign at Camp Qualls lists the names of soldiers whose families have requested that crosses be removed at Camp Casey I. (Iconoclast Photo)

I've seen nothing to indicate that Mother Sheehan and her Camp Casey crowd have honored any of these requests from Gold Star families.

By the way, the al-Sheehan organ, The Lone Star Iconoclast, is also might proud of this witticism perpetuated by one of their bravos:

If any of these folks had the brains God gave an oyster, they would realize that just as they oppose our war on terrorism, they would have opposed our war against Fascism.

After all, Hitler was not involved in the attack on Pearl Harbor. (Which was all a fake anyway, doncha know.)

I sure hope this doesn't offend any of those troops al-Sheehan says she loves so much.



Sheehan: I Permanently Damaged My Brain

One thing you’ve got to hand to the folks at Soros front, Fenton Communications, they know how to drive up a nonentity’s Qand thereby assure a boost to their speaking fees.

Of course Mother Sheehan belongs to a speakers bureau. Of course she will accept "honorariums." I wonder what her honorarium rate is at the moment.

Here is her shingle at (another Soros front) Global Exchange:

Cindy Sheehan — Mother of Fallen U.S. Soldier

Hear an audio clip of Cindy speaking

Cindy Sheehan’s son Casey, a soldier, was killed in Iraq on April 4, 2004. "Our family never agreed with the war or it’s reasons, but since Casey was killed, so many of the reasons and rationalizations that Bush has given have proven to be lies," Cindy said.



Sheehan’s New ‘Victory For Terrorism’ Tour

It’s official. The Soros billions and all those other tax exempt donations have been marshaled. The Cindy Al-Sheehan Defeat America Now™ tour is now set and ready to roll:

Bring Them Home Now Tour

From Camp Casey, Crawford to Washington DC

From George Bush’s door step to Communities along the way, We Demand That:

  • Elected Representatives Decide Now to Bring the Troops Home
  • We Take Care of Them When They Get Here
  • We Never Again Send Our Loved Ones to War Based on Lies!

We are currently at a significant turning point in how the American public views the war in Iraq. As the death toll in Iraq rises, Cindy Sheehan’s vigil near President Bush’s ranch in Crawford, Texas, has captured the hearts and minds of thousands of Americans.



Meet Cindy Sheehan, Amazon Book Reviewer

I’m not quite sure what to make of Cindy’s two day stint as an Amazon book reviewer, except that it shows she is… a mite different:

Resurrected: Tangible Evidence That Jesus Rose from the Dead by Gilbert R., Md. Lavoie

This book took me an hour to read, June 14, 2001

Loved it and I thought the proofs were very compelling. I went in believing that the shroud was of Jesus of Nazareth and now I believe it even more strongly.

Read this book if you are a skeptic or true believer!!!

Here are two other reviews Mother Sheehan did for Amazon:

The Hole in the Universe: How Scientists Peered over the Edge of Emptiness and Found Everything by K. C. Cole

WOWZER, June 15, 2001

I found this book amazingly easy and fascinating.



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