August 29, 2005


Cindy Sheehan, media darling of every Left-wing anti-war/anti-American group has stated that her purpose in Crawford is to Ask President Bush one simple question: "Why did my son have to die in Iraq?".

Well "Mother" Sheehan, you can go home now, because I have your answer, and there is no furthur need to distract the President.

WHY did Casey die? Because he was a man who understood that we HAVE to fight THIS kind of idiology:

In a recent sermon by Sheik Ibrahim Mudeiris, which ran on the Palestinian Authority's official TV station: (emphasis mine)

"The day will come when we will rule America. The day will come when we will rule Britain and the entire world - except for the Jews. The Jews will not enjoy a life of tranquility under our rule because they are treacherous by nature, as they have been throughout history."

THAT is why Casey enlisted, REENLISTED, fought, and ended up making the ultimate sacrifice.

You may not have agreed with his decisions "Mother" Sheehan, but at least be proud of the fact that he made those decisions to maintain your freedom to dishonor his sacrifice with your media antics.

Posted by Delftsman3 at August 29, 2005 05:25 AM | TrackBack

There is no better explaination.You are either part of the problem or part of the solution and are aligned accordingly.

Posted by: Jack at August 29, 2005 12:35 PM

So the U.S. is in Iraq because someone somewhere is making violent threats? If that's the case, the U.S. military should be fighting in every country (to include large parts of the U.S.) Hell, half the people on the internet should be bombed.

Posted by: Karlo at August 29, 2005 12:44 PM

Uh, Karlo, the terrorists we are fighting went beyond the talking stage.

Of course anyone, anywhere can threaten us; when they put a plan into action, we are obligated to show them the error(s) of their ways.

Casey Sheehan is a hero; his mother is a pawn in the Liberals perverted smear campaign-- and the sad thing is, she doesn't care that she's being used.

Posted by: Wilderness Fox at August 29, 2005 02:10 PM
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