A Quiet Prayer


The scary thing – it might not hurt the ratings.

Posted by alcibiades at August 20, 2005 2:33 PM

You know what? Sheehan-bashing only shows the shallow heartlessness and stupidity of the basher. Have you ever been in a room when someone starts ranting about Niggers, and the everyone in the room quietly takes a step away from the bigot? The bigot has said much more about himself than about African Americans. Sheehan bashing has the same effect, but has the additional benefit of being in exact opposition to conservative talking points of the last thirty years.

Either support the troops, (which includes their families), or at least admit that you don’t care about them except as tools to use to win arguments with moonbats. The troops don’t choose which the wars they fight; we don’t get to support only the troops we like.

Disagree with her point of view, but nasty jokes about her being on CBS are beneath you.

Posted by Jim at August 20, 2005 5:03 PM

Alas, we do not get to assign, at will, the historic plight of African Americans to Cindy Sheehan.

She just hasn't been around long enough and is, the last time I checked, a member of the white, female majority.

Finally, when a person self-bashes to this extent, other bashing fades in comparison.

Posted by Gerard Van Der Leun at August 20, 2005 5:39 PM

Jim's got a point. Whatever Cindy Sheehan has done, it's surely not so monstrous that she deserves to be associated with CBS, "the network of Dan Rather".

Posted by jaed at August 21, 2005 5:19 AM