Just in case you still harbored delusions that Cindy Sheehan wasn’t bat-shit crazy here’s some more evidence.
Wearing a sweatshirt advertising the website for United for Peace and Justice, Sheehan was interviewed outside just before the meeting by an ABC-TV news reporter. Sheehan said then that military recruiters should not be allowed on college campuses, maintaining they trick naïve 18-year-olds with offers of money and scholarships. Tragically, Cindy Sheehan lost her son Casey who was in the Army and was killed two weeks after arriving in Iraq. She claimed he was promised a job as a chaplain’s assistant although once in the service was placed in a combat role and killed, certainly a moving story – one she exploits to promote venomous anti-Americanism. “George Bush and his neo-conservatives killed my son,” she said tearing up a bit. “America has been killing people on this continent since it was started. This country is not worth dying for.”
That’s what Sheehan had to say while speaking at a function that also featured terror criminal Lynn Stewart, who was convicted for helping jailed terrorists communicate with their followers on the outside.
As though all of that weren’t bad enough, here’s a flyer that was handed out to advertise the event:
That’s right. Cindy Sheehan spoke at and supported an event where the attendees discussed whether or not to support the people who killed her son.
This woman disgusts me.
(via GOP Bloggers)
By Rob Port of Say Anything.