Cindy Sheehan getting ready to “protest”
Cindy Sheehan being “arrested”
She doesn’t see it, but Cindy Sheehan is a stooge. She’s been hijacked. Anti-Bush forces have found her to be a convenient club with which to bludgeon Red State America into submission.
Frankly, if Cindy Sheehan really wanted to attract supporters, people who are just now beginning to see that the war in Iraq is a boondoggle that isn’t good for anybody (who doesn’t own Halliburton, Bechtel, or a major oil company), she wouldn’t look as though she was having the time of her life while she’s being carried off by police.
A grieving mother she’s not. Grieving mothers don’t take time out to have their hair styled before the sit-in.
She’s enjoying this. She feeds on the adoration of her imagined “fans” like a modern-day Norma Desmond. It’s painfully obvious, and the way she’s trading on the death of her son is repulsive. She actually had the gall to whine that the victims of Hurricane Rita were getting too much attention!
Which is exactly why I believe she’s being paraded in front of cameras as an icon of liberal America. Keep the pot stirred, focus attention on her, keep left and right squabbling about this pathetic woman while the real action happens offscreen.
Think, now: Why were British SAS troops, dressed as Arabs, shooting at Iraqi police last week? Why did the British military find it necessary to demolish a police station to break the SAS soldiers out of jail? Why did the Blair government deny that the jailbreak took place until photos from the scene made the lie unsustainable? Why were the SAS soldiers in possession of explosives when they were captured by Iraqi police?
And, if my suspicions are true, the big question is this: Are US Special Forces engaged in similar false flag terror attacks in Iraq?
The sad thing is that even if these questions somehow found their way to air on Fox, CNN, or MSNBC, I suspect Cindy Sheehan’s reaction would be disappointment that the report neglected to mention her.