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Jeffrey July 05, 2006 11:21 PM

You are as sympathetic as a worm is to an Apple. I don't mean the Apple Computer, I mean the fruit.

As usual you don't have much to say other than bashing a woman who lost her son to bush's Illegal War in Iraq and Afghanistan.

Since you support bush so much, and you are still young enough to enlist, then may I suggest you do so. I'm sure you would scare the hell out of the alleged terroists. Oh, no they would say, "here comes Jeffrey Williams. We better hide before he kills us all with bad breath, and body odor. Now that would work I believe.

But then you don't have the necessary courage to go fight for your hero bush. And since all you have the courage to do is pick on a woman who lost her son. I wonder how you would feel if you lost a son or a daughter in this Ilegal War?

But it doesn't stop you from parrating real jounalists who earn their living, sometimes even risking their lives in order to bring us the news. But what the hell do you care, you're safe and sound living in Florida. The only thing you have to worry about is a Hurricane.

Oh, and bashing other members in other groups.That seems to be the only thing your good at, bashing other people, but when they bash back at you, you run like the neocon right wing Republican Conservative nut job that you are!

Wishing you a rotten life, and maybe someone will steal your Buel. That will fix you for the time being. I can hear your teardrops falling on the ground. Boo hoo.

Don't go away angry Jeffrey, just go away....

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 August 30, 2005 10:50 AM

"But just a few minutes later, she emerged from the trailer, smiling, and performing for the cameras. Like the chicken at the local carnival that plays tic tac toe, she eagerly performs for any microphone. She is relentless, and professional, well financed and on message." And that's a bad thing? Good lord, those resentful righties are desperate if all they can find to bitch about is that Cindy Sheehan conducts herself appropriately and that she has support .  [ send green star]
 
Spying on a dead soldier's mother... August 30, 2005 10:33 AM

...is something those right-wing, hateful people are so proud of.

How dare a mother open her mouth and criticize a war that took her son away?

Cindy Sheehan’s services are no more needed. She raised a soldier. The soldier died. End of Story! Her contract with America is over. That’s the loving, caring America bush is leaving in his wake!

I wonder what Casey would say to those trashing his mom! Casey’s death was not in vein. It just showed the rest of the world what this bush regime and its supporters are capable of.

Casey, I wish you didn’t have to give your life for it, but your sacrifice is awakening a sleeping nation to the evils of this regime.

And don’t worry! The America you gave your life for is the America that will embrace your mom for all she’s doing.

The woman who was good enough to raise you is now raising a whole nation. If you were proud of her then, you should see her now.

That hand the rocked your cradle is bringing peace to the world.

Be proud, Casey! Be proud!

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anonymous  August 30, 2005 10:09 AM

Not to worry, I would never inflict that on my friends.  [report anonymous abuse]
 
WHEW!! August 30, 2005 9:00 AM

'Thank God Jeffrey! For a moment there I was afraid you were going to try and show us nude pictures of Cindy Sheehan!  [ send green star]
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anonymous An inside look at Crawford August 30, 2005 7:18 AM

Crawford: Behind Enemy Lines 08/30 09:30 AM Buzz reader Curtis Loftis went undercover with the protesters last week and sent in the following report: I arrived at the original Camp Casey at 2:30 in the afternoon. It was hot and dry and the assembled demonstrators were in a melancholy state. I quickly made friends, stressing “cocktail” conversation, not political discussion. My goal was not confrontation, but a desire to understand what was actually happening here in Crawford…and being incognito was the only way this would happen. After bonding with several nice ladies from the central coast of California, I drove with these new buddies to the larger, tented camp where Ms. Sheehan and Company was to be found. There I found a well funded, well orchestrated public relations campaign, run by media professionals complete with the highest quality electronic equipment available. From Satellite trucks and cell phone to wireless computer access, every modern convenience to enhance the “message” was there…and being used by left wing, socialist and Marxist (self-described) media representatives and Bloggers. The environment was collegial, and everyone had a purpose. There were rules such as no drinking, no bad behavior and the like that were ruthlessly enforced. Everyone had to be on message, and the message was the point of everything…stray from the message and you are out. Even the protesters’ signs were monitored less they distract from the message. Most of the Sheehan protesters were either professional (paid staff of Fenton Communications or the radical organization Code Pink or the like), or were long time protesters, some admitting to beginning vigils against the government as early as 1965. I had conversations with approximately 50 of these people over 48 hours, and all seemed like interesting and engaging people. We talked sports, and cars and how wonderful California is, and just about everything that could be discussed without my divulging that I am a conservative. But when “scratched” just a little with some mild political talk, they all responded the same way…”it is Americas fault”. No matter what the issue, each and every one of them had the same default…”bad things are America’s fault”. Toward the end of my time there, I decided to innocently toss into the conversation different issues just too illicit a response. One issue I politely deposited into our talks was of the peasant unrest in rural China, and the brutality shown to the peasants by the government and their hired thugs. There response to this problem was…”well, look how we treated the blacks in America”, or, “gays are being beaten everyday in America”. So the cliché of the “hate America” crowd is indeed true. It is as if the protesters were intellectually bulimic, and having ingested all of the hate America bile, they looked forward to regurgitating it as a show of their steadfastness to their cause of peace and love. Cindy Sheehan spent most of her time huddled with VIPS in and air-conditioned trailer. When she ventured out it was for a scripted and often televised moment. She was always trailed by her media people, and they were quick to keep her on point. During one conversation I had with her I tried to ask her a pointed question about how much time she would actually be on the bus tour to Washington (I had discovered she would only be on the tour for two days, and would be away giving speeches during the rest of the trip…and I wondered if she were being paid for these speeches) Her media person grabbed her arm and led her back to the trailer, and away from me. The message was protected. I was left standing there…alone, and feeling a little less secure about my status at Camp Casey. But just a few minutes later, she emerged from the trailer, smiling, and performing for the cameras. Like the chicken at the local carnival that plays tic tac toe, she eagerly performs for any microphone. She is relentless, and professional, well financed and on message. And the message is “All things bad are America’s fault”. http://buzz.nationalreview.com/074581.asp  [report anonymous abuse]
 
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