All Cindy Sheehan wants is peace. You can tell from the peace sign she's making with her hands. Cindy Sheehan as she is leaving the office of Senator Dianne Feinstein in San Francisco, California September 9, 2005. Sheehan who says her focus now will be Congress, met a staff member of Senator Feinstein to discuss the war in Iraq. Unitarian Universalist ministers and others cheer as the police hoist Cindy off the sidewalk. Giant puppets have been shown to be more influential that rational political debate. Clearly. If nothing else, we can all learn from this "rally" that printed signs rule, handwritten signs drool. Hard hitting rhetoric that stops Bush in his tracks. Apparently, in the protesters' alternate reality, Bush, Rumsfeld and Condi Rice are prisoners in Gitmo who want to the war to end. So would that make them wrong or right? Protesters use their own homes to create highly influential roadblocks. Hundreds of D.C. residents decide to oppose the war when they are unable to drive their car down this road. Confusion ensues as police are unable to differentiate homeless street people from dirty hippies who lie in the street to protest.