This letter is the last straw for me, I'm off to go kick some ugly liberal fat xxx.

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    Wednesday, November 16th, 2005
    Open Letter to George's Mama

    ...a message from Cindy Sheehan :puke: :puke:

    Dear Barbara,

    On April 04, 2004, your oldest child killed my oldest child, Casey Austin Sheehan.

    Unlike your oldest child, my son was a marvelous person who joined the military to serve his country and to try and make the world a better place. Casey didn't want to go to Iraq, but he knew his duty. Your son went AWOL from a glamour unit. George couldn't even handle the Alabama Air National Guard. Casey joined the Army before your son became commander in chief. We all know that your son was thinking of invading Iraq as early as 1999. Casey was a dead man before George even became president and before he even joined the Army in May of 2000.

    I raised Casey and my other children to use their words to solve problems and conflicts. I told my four children from the time that they were small that it is ALWAYS wrong to kick, bite, hit, scratch, pull hair, etc. If the smaller children couldn't find the words to solve their conflicts without violence, I always encouraged them to find a mediator like a parent, older sibling, or teacher to help them find the words.

    Did you teach George to use his words and not his violence to solve problems? It doesn't appear so. Did you teach him that killing other people for profits and oil is ALWAYS wrong? Obviously you did not. I also used to wash my children's mouth out with soap on the rare occasion that they lied... did you do that to George? Can you do it now? He has lied and he is still lying. Saddam did not have WMDs or ties with al-Qaeda and the Downing Street Memos prove that your son knew this before he invaded Iraq.

    On August 3rd, 2005, your son said that he killed my son and the other brave and honorable Americans for a "noble cause." Well, Barbara, mother to mother, that angered me. I don't consider invading and occupying another country that was proven not to be a threat to the USA is a noble cause. I don't think invading a country, killing its innocent citizens, and ruining the infrastructure to make your family and your family-friendly war profiteers rich is a noble cause.

    So I went down to Crawford in August to ask your son what noble cause did he kill my son for. He wouldn't speak with me. I think that showed incredibly bad manners. Do you think a president, even if it is your son, should be so inaccessible to his employers? Especially one of his bosses whose life George has devastated so completely?

    I have been to the White House several times since August to try and meet with George and I am going back to Crawford next week. Do you think you can call him and ask him to do the right thing and bring the troops home from this illegal and immoral war in Iraq that he carelessly started? I hear you are one of the few people he still talks to. He won't speak to his father, who knew the difficulties and impossibilities of going into Iraq and that's why he didn't go there in the 1st Gulf War. If you won't tell him to bring the troops home, can you at least urge him to meet with me?

    You said this in 2003, a little over a year before my dear, sweet Casey was killed by your son's policies:

    "Why should we hear about body bags and deaths? Oh, I mean, it's not relevant. So why should I waste my beautiful mind on something like that?" (Good Morning America, March 18, 2003)

    Now I have something to tell you, Barbara. I didn't want to hear about deaths or body bags either. On April 04, 2004, three Army officers came to my house to tell me that Casey was killed in Iraq. I fell on the floor screaming and begging the cruel Angel of Death to take me too. But the Angel of Death that took my son is your son.

    Casey came home in a flag draped coffin on April 10th. I used to have a beautiful mind too. Now my mind is filled with images of seeing his beautiful body in his casket and memories of burying my brave and honest boy before his life really began. Casey's beautiful mind was ended by an insurgent's bullet to his brain, but your son might as well have pulled the trigger.

    Besides encouraging your son to have some honesty and courage and to finally do the right thing, don't you think you owe me and every other Gold Star parent an apology for that cruel and careless remark you made?

    Your son's amazingly ignorant, arrogant, and reckless policies in Iraq are responsible for so much sorrow and trouble in this world.

    Can you make him stop? Do it before more mothers' lives are needlessly and cruelly harmed. There have been too many worldwide already.

    Sincerely,

    Cindy Sheehan
    Mother of Casey Sheehan
    Founder and President of Gold Star Families for Peace
    Founder of Camp Casey Peace Foundation
    http://www.michaelmoore.com/mustread/index.php?id=544 :asshole: :bat:
     
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    got through the first sentence. Couldnt stomach anymore of it. You know its one thing to have hatred against the president as a, well president. You can attack his policies. You can debate his motives. You can question his integrity. When you start sending dispicable letters to his family you've completely crossed the line. Is there no decency among liberals anymore?
     
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    I simply feel sorry for the memory of her son. He served honorably and heroically and he deserves to be remembered for his deeds and actions, not his whack-job mother who is enjoying the fame her son's death has afforded her.

    As a military spouse, it turns my stomach that someone could use their family member's service so attrociously.
     
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    In a word... no.
     
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    Was there ever?

    This really is disgusting. If I lost a child in war the last thing Id want to do is dishonor his memory like this. Especially considering he volunteered. The sad thing is I think she has gone insane with grief. She doesn't seem to realize that her actions embolder the enemy and hurt troop morale and that means that more mothers may have to mourn because of her.
     
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    I told my mom that if I got killed in a war and she pulled a Cindy Sheehan, I'd haunt her.
     
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    Damned-straight. I'd rep you, but I must have already done that recently. :banana:
     
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    Nice speech. I agree.
     
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    Since most everyone in my family BUT my mother has served or is serving, she'd find herself excommunicated in half-a-heartbeat if she pulled such a shameful stunt.

    But let's not forget someone is bankrolling this cancerous bitch. I'd be interested to know if any mainstream companies where we might be unknowingly spending our hard-earned cash is footing part of her bill.
     
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    If you kick her ass, you'll just be playing into her hands and giving her even MORE sympathetic attention from the left.

    If she just "disappears" and is is never seen nor heard from again :chains: .... that would work, and no martyrdom. Well, it'd work until next week's left-wingnut fruitloop filled the void.
     

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