Thursday, August 18, 2005

We Are Not Worthy Of Their War

Naturally the thing that gets me about Cindy Sheehan is the right-wing's reaction to her. It didn't take long for the usual suspects to drop whatever it was they weren't doing and go all apeshit on her. Limbaugh, Drudge, Oh, Really? Malkin, and now this guy.

I'm not sure what it is that bothers them so. Maybe it's as this one freerepublic.commer suggested at last night's anti-war candle-light vigil counter-protest :

The're [anti-war protests] getting a little out of hand.

Even though representatives from the right/wrong's hate radio militia went to the Green Zone for a spell and quickly came back trumpeting the "progress" being made in Iraq, the true believers are beginning to realize that things stink to high heaven. But the thing is, for them, because the effort is Bush-led, the cause is still just, even if the results stink. And if we, and mild mannered women holding candles don't get that, it's because we are just not worthy of their war.

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