Saturday, August 20, 2005

Last Cindy Sheehan Post (unless she does something stupid again)

Being used and abused by the Democrats and the MSM doesn't seem to slow down the most recent poster child for nut cases in America. As one would expect, Ann Coulter sees it for what it is.

But now liberals demand that we listen to the same old arguments all over
again, not because Sheehan has any new insights, but because she has the ability
to repel dissent by citing her grief. On the bright side, Sheehan shows us what
Democrats would say if they thought they were immunized from disagreement.
Sheehan has called President Bush "that filth-spewer and warmonger." She says
"America has been killing people on this continent since it was started" and
"the killing has gone on unabated for over 200 years." She calls the U.S.
government a "morally repugnant system" and says, "This country is not worth
dying for." I have a feeling every time this gal opens her trap, Michael Moore
gets a residuals check. Evidently, however, there are some things worth killing
for. Sheehan recently said she only seemed calm "because if I started hitting
something, I wouldn't stop 'til it was dead." It's a wonder Bush won't meet with
her.

Couldn't have said it better myself. The arguments never change and to say , "This country is not worth dying for" says all you really need to know about this lunatic. Cindy, go down to Cuba and see how long your demonstration at Fidel's lasts.

Just a thought.

4 Comments:

At 12:19 AM, Blogger Ben said...

or any arab country :)

 
At 11:49 AM, Blogger Sir Loin of Beef said...

I really have to wonder what spawns the mentality of something being worth dying for, though. It seems a terribly ridiculous notion to me. I might lay down my life so that my children could live, or my wife or family, but a "country" is just too vague and abstract a concept for me to want to give up my life for it. Sorry, but dying for the right to speak is not my idea of logic, since once I was dead I wouldn't be doing a whole lot of talking anyway...

 
At 1:21 PM, Blogger RightWingRocker said...

Well, Beef.

It's a good thing guys like Patrick Henry and George Washington were forward-thinking enough to have a different viewpoint than that.

Thank God.

RWR

 
At 11:16 AM, Blogger Sir Loin of Beef said...

I guess. Guys die for a state of affairs that affords freedom, grows too big and corrupt and eventually collapses every now and again. I don't really see their cause to be any more sane than any other such cause, as they all ultimately fail. Better to have no causes, it seems to me. Better to make ones cause life and love. Of course this is idealistic, but perhaps this world could use a healthy dose of dreaming and idealism again...

 

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