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Tuesday, August 16, 2005
Lost in Space.

Cindy Sheehan has written, what I am guessing, is a journal, or blog entry of sorts of her activities at "Camp Casey". If you choose to not read the article pointed to by the link, allow me to give a brief synopsis of the more salient comments:

Cindy Sheehan quotes George Bush as saying that he has to get on with his life, when questioned by Sheehan, as to why if he had the time for a two-hour bike ride, why couldn't he have met with her?

Well, I would think that may lend you some clues Cindy: get on with your life! Riding a bike is more important that speaking to you; especially now that your antics are covered by the mainstream media.
"Who does he think he is? I wish I could EVER be able to get on with my life. Getting on with my life means a life without my dear, sweet boy. Getting on with my life means learning to live with a pain that is so intense that sometimes I feel like throwing up, or screaming until I pass out from sorrow. I wish a little bike ride could help me get on with my life."
Actually, he is the President of the United States of America, not some guy who killed your son in Iraq...that was some Islamofascist in Iraq. Cindy! Guess what?! There are numerous people who also wish you could get on with your life! Especially those in and around Crawford, Texas. Now you have to continue your life without a son and without a husband. Perhaps you should get out of your ditch and saddle up the old Schwinn and give it a whirl? You may be surprised by the outcome.
"I just wish George had as much courage in his entire body as Casey had in his little pinky, then he would meet with me. Crawford, Tx. is beautiful prairie land, but I could think of dozens of other places I would rather be right now. However, if George or anybody else thinks I am leaving before my mission is "accomplished" they have another think coming. I will stay the course. I will finish the mission. I will take no prisoners."
Running the world and having to put up with your antics doesn't take courage then? Get real. I, along with numerous others I am sure, can also think of dozens of other places we would rather you be also. Try supporting your ailing family you ditched (no pun intended) back home, for example. Now that you mention it, with asinine statements like "I am not going to pay taxes for 2004", and not leaving until your "mission" is accomplished, it's no wonder you get your picture taken at the Crawford Peace House and everywhere else you go...you have no doubt peaked the interest of the FBI, IRS and Secret Service thus far. I am sure your family are proud of you...no, really.
"By the way, we had about 7 counter protesters today and hundreds at Camp Casey...don't let the mainstream media say differently.
By the way, Camp Casey is not in Crawford, Texas it is in Tongduchon, Korea 11 miles south of the DMZ. Those vets know the meaning of sacrifice. Don't let anyone say differently. My guess as to the reason that you "only" had 7 counter-protestors today is that those "counter-protestors" are also sometimes referred to as "the working man". Someone had to dig that ditch you live in.

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