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 The Cindy Sheehan Saga
I don't know about you, but I am sick of this. This will not be a long post, only a poignant one, just a message to all of the left who want the President to talk to this opportunist, using her sons death to force an agenda. GET REAL!

I the President does have a "meeting" with her:

1) What would it accomplish? It won't bring her son back, and he will use the same rhetoric her has used since day one.

2) It would set an unparalleled precedent. You would have people camping everywhere wanting to talk to the President about something. Heck, I want to talk to him about why he is not pushing the privitazaion of social security, and why I need to get a second mortgage on my house to pay for gas, yet he just signed a subsidy to oil companies in his energy bill.

We're Americans, and we all have something to gripe about, but there is a limit to how far up the chain the gripe can go.

Posted by Paul @ 8:30 AM 0 comments