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"She says she's protesting both Bush and his successor in the oval office."====== But she shows up at the Bush library and we haven't really heard from her since the current president took office. Rings hollow, Cindy.
If Bush (or *any* Republican) had pulled even a fraction of the shenanigans that Obama has pulled, Cindy, along with most of her hypocritically-partisan ilk would have been frothing-at-the-mouth, instead of tellingly silent. Whata hypocrite!
She lost a son serving our country in Iraq. Think about that before shooting your mouths off and flaunting your ignorance and lack of respect for others.
She, as well as many on the left were protesting Bush, not war. Now that their guy Obama is in the White House, they are all sitting on their hands.
Maybe she wasn't happy that W played a major role in getting us (and her son) into Iraq so Cheney's pals at Halliburton and Kellogg, Brown and Root could make a fortune supplying the troops.
She lost a son serving our country in Iraq. Think about that before shooting your mouths off and flaunting your ignorance and lack of respect for others ************** Many families lost their sons serving our country. People need to earn respect, they do not do that because they lost their sons in a bogus war.
She spits on her son's grave every time she protests the war HE VOLUNTEERED to serve in, actually, he re-enlisted just so he could serve in Operation Iraqi Freedom because HE believed in it, this is also why her husband of near 25 years divorced her, she brought shame to her family and brings shame to our country. Perhaps she should honor her son and stop being a hypocrite. God Bless Casey Sheehan, the true hero of their family.
Sheehan is irrelevant. Just pops up now once in a great while for a little publicity. She's not doing her late son any honor.
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