The Global War On You Know Who

"The West is facing a concerted effort by Islamic jihadists, the motives and goals of whom are largely ignored by the Western media, to destroy the West and bring it forcibly into the Islamic world -- and to commit violence to that end even while their overall goal remains out of reach. That effort goes under the general rubric of jihad."
-- Robert Spencer

Saturday, February 25, 2006

Oh, This is Gonna Be Fun

Securing her place in history alongside Tokyo Rose and Hanoi Jane, Moonbat-in-Chief Cindy Sheehan will be agitating for the enemy headlining a protest at Landstuhl Army Medical Center in Germany on March 11 and 12.

Driven to psychosis by the death of her son in Iraq, apparently she objects to medical care for wounded soldiers and wants everyone else's son to die too. Let's hope a Landstuhl psychiatrist can find her a padded room and some decent meds. As for her supporters, I don't know what their excuse is.

Priceless quotes from Thursday's front-page Stars & Stripes story:
[Elsa Rassbach, an event organizer with American Voices Abroad, which is supporting Sheehan’s trip] said, "We’re here to just democratically talk about U.S. policy."
That's "democratic" as in the "German Democratic Republic" and the "Democratic People's Republic of Korea."
Sheehan’s goals are to bring the troops home and have peace on earth, she said in an e-mail to Stars and Stripes. . . . Rassbach said, “we just want less wounded troops and for this to go away."
How old is she? Six-and-a-half? Seven? Ah, but I've just insulted seven-year-olds, many of whom can speak with greater depth about war. That would not include Jimmy Carter's daughter.
With the Kaiserslautern military community home to more than 50,000 Americans with military ties, Sheehan could face a rough welcome. When asked for comment Wednesday on Sheehan’s upcoming visit, several soldiers in Kaiserslautern asked if they could be quoted anonymously.

One soldier, who recently returned from Iraq, did give his name but didn’t have much to say about Sheehan. "Anything I would have to say about her, you couldn’t print," Army Staff Sgt. Mark Genthner said.

Officials at Landstuhl Regional Medical Center have received no requests for the group to visit the hospital or make donations, said Marie Shaw, hospital spokeswoman.

Rassbach said she did not know what response servicemembers would have to Sheehan’s appearance outside Ramstein Air Base.
Heh. Bet she's gonna find out. Be sure to see Soldier's Angels Germany for more reax & info on the counterprotest.


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