Tuesday, August 16, 2005

The Granola Mom (Cindy Sheehan AKA: Mother Sheehan) Gets a Divorce

Despite my loud talk, I take no (well, maybe some) pleasure in the misery of others. But you have to enjoy this just a little. Cindy Sheehan's husband files for divorce from the psychopath citing irreconcilable differences. There's no one else to blame, Cindy, I'm sure you brought this on yourself. On second thought, she will probably blame President Bush. Go ahead dear. The rest of the country (with the exception of the 100 hippies, and mainstream media clowns you have with you right now) realize you are certifiable and probably should have been locked away years ago. The problem that will arise from this will be: Cindy Sheehan will become a "cause celebre." Ok, that's not really a problem since she will find herself courted by other tinfoil hat wearing ding-dongs. But, for a time she will become the face of the left. So, the hippies get another 15 minutes of fame screaming old Vietnam slogans and reliving their protest days by marching and stinking of some mystery meat. Scream on piggies. Scream on. As I've said before, you hippy boomers have 20-30 years tops, and then you will be dead and hopefully forgotten by a world that has moved on and left you behind. Despite your kicking and yelling, trying to hold back your impending mortality, you will be gone soon. It will be a grand day indeed. http://www.thesmokinggun.com/archive/0815051sheehan1.html


Anonymous Anonymous said...

You might not be aware of reliable statistics about families who have lost children. An average of 7 out of 10 of these families end up in a divorce. Part of the cause of the divorce is that underlying causes surface during the grieving process. Another cause is thought to be the difference in the way the two parents grieve.

It's hard and I've been there.

He died only a little over a year ago.

We all choose to deal in our own way.

8/18/2005 03:54:00 PM  
Blogger Rooster Cashews said...

I have said on this blog that I sympathize with her pain. The closest I've come to what she may be feeling is the death of my father. I cannot feel whatever she is feeling, but I never went on a profanity laced tirade against the doctors, or hospital staff that treated my father. For me, something along those lines lowers whatever justification I had for the pain I felt.

Again I will say that my heart goes out to anyone who has lost someone to the highest calling of this country, including Ms. Sheehan. But, Ms. Sheehan is wallowing with the lowest of the anti-war movement. Her anti-Semitic and reactionary rhetoric only hurts her, and whatever cause she attempted to first voice. She has dug her hole, and is slowly filling it in on top of herself. And that, I have no sympathy for.

8/18/2005 05:18:00 PM  

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