Saturday, August 27, 2005


It's early morning here on the East Coast, but the roads are still dark in Crawford. As dark as Dick Cheney's heart, and the stars as numerous as W's lies.

Last night on Real Time with Bill Maher, Cindy was asked about the grief of losing her son. She was reminded of the phases that one goes through when losing a loved one: Shock, Denial, Guilt, Anger, Depression, Acceptance.

Uncannily enough, Bill seemed to think she was in her Anger stage. I think he has the wrong Sheehan.

Cindy Sheehan is the voice we had not heard. When she has said her peace, I think she’ll just want to take off the microphone and go home, and I hope we will let her. Cindy has shown us what we need to do.

The movement born in Crawford will metamorphose into a series of bus tours targeting key congressional districts on the road to Washington, D.C., between now and September 24

World peace is widely seen as one of the most noble goals of humanity.

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