Saturday, December 10, 2005

Europe: Give us your tired, your discredited . . .

Cindy Sheehan can't get any support here so she heads for Britain to find more sympathetic ears. She lands in The Guardian, no surprise there. The newsrag faithfully repeats that she is " . . . a target of virulent abuse from right-wing commentators." She can't get any support and has been discredited because of statements like this, slavishly repeated by the Trotskyites at The Guardian.
I don't buy into the fact that George Bush and Tony Blair can't be called terrorists because they are elected officials.

I get feedback from the troops all the time and 99.9% say, "Keep on doing what you're doing because it's a nightmare here and we want to come home and it's only people like you in the peace movement that give us hope."

We are not the 'extreme' people any more. Look at the polls, George Bush, you're the one who's at the extremes.

If you (John Kerry) had come out strongly against the war and said you would start bringing the troops home, you would have won in a landslide.

I don't blame the people who killed Casey but the people who brought us into this, who lied and deceived the world.

I really feel I'm carrying the whole world on my shoulders.

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