Democrats who ran four-square against the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan – including Al Franken – have suddenly turned into war-hawks.

Which sorta answers the question “where are all those peace creeps now that the 2009 Nobel Peace Prize winner is in office?”.

So it’s almost refreshing to see that the official Miss Bloodyshirt USA 2007, Cindy Sheehan, is not only still anti-war, but still batspittle crazy:

Sheehan said the left anti war movement is being ignored by the democrats because they are “reverse racists” who are supporting Obama only because he is an African-American.


She said, “I think that there are some people on the so called left, who might say we have to circle our wagons around the first African American president, and to me that is racism in reverse because his policies are actually still the racist policies of empire.”

I said she was crazy.  I didn’t say she was all wrong.

4 thoughts on “Integrity

  1. But…it’s not possible for someone of a minority/protected class to exhibit racism.

    Ms. Sheehan has escaped the plantation. She went straight to a different plantation, but still….

    (Hope she likes getting audited)

  2. I used to call her Cindy Charmin — once she was no longer useful, it was certain she’d be flushed. Her value and “absolute moral authority” went to zero the minute she left that ditch in Crawford, Texas.

  3. So much truth here.

    In my own words, the Dems are not really “for” anything they say they are for.

    They support only one thing: the letter D after a name.

    Period, end of story.

    It’s almost become a cliche to say “what if a Republican had done this?”

    This is just one of the latest examples: now they are for war and against war protesters. Of course, that would be our media no longer interested in war protesters, but you know, Tom Brokaw* told me there is no media bias, so, you know.

    Mitch, I do believe you were one of the first people to say how fast the dems/media would dump Sheehan if a dem took the white house. Sad but true.

    *On the Hugh Hewitt show, VEHEMENTLY denying ANY lean in the media.

    Should I laugh or cry?

  4. . . . and Leon Panetta says it is the fault of the White House that we did not negotiate a status of forces agreement with Iraq:

    To my frustration, the White House coordinated the negotiations but never really led them. Officials there seemed content to endorse an agreement if State and Defense could reach one, but without the President’s active advocacy, al-Maliki was allowed to slip away.

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