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Iraqi War - George W. Bush's Accountability ("What noble cause??...Cindy)
A fallen soldier who died for our country, on lies and an illegal war. And a mother who knows, her son's life was taken in vain by the Bush Administration. She has every right of a citizen to complain and/or have her questions answered!
CINDY REPORTS: "THEY LIED"
Check in with Earnest Hancock and Mari Connor from Air America Phoenix as they journey to Crawford TX to stand side by side with Cindy Sheehan as she waits for the President.
- Crawford Peace House (Info on supporting and/or joining Cindy)
Hundreds of supporters are arriving in Crawford Texas to stand with a grieving mother Cindy Sheehan who is outside of the Crawford Ranch.
Local Bush supporters speed by, clip cars,and honk their horns. Are they trying to run the protesters off the road? We need vans to shuttle people to and from a place that has now become Hallowed Ground. Arlington Cemetary - WEST.
The right-wing is terrified of Cindy Sheehan. Just listen to their smears. They’ve called her treasonous and an “an ignorant cow!”
Cindy Sheehan is joined by hundreds of others now, some who have lost their sons as well in this illegal war designed by Bush & Company. We'll send buses and vans today for the others who arrive! Maybe you can help...do you DRIVE?
Listen for regular updates from Crawford and add your voice to the question, "Mr. President, Can you tell me, for what noble cause did our sons die?" http://www.therandirhodesshow.com/
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Alaska Gyrl in Crawford Photos...
August 11, 2005 | Cindy Sheehan, holding a cross with her son's name, Casey Sheehan, visits a roadside soldier memorial near President Bush's ranch in Crawford, Texas. More than 1,000 crosses have been placed in the memorial, one for each soldier who has died in the war in Iraq.
(Photo: Tony Gutierrez / AP)
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'Crawford 5' Lawyer Aids Sheehan's Legal Defense
President Bush Ditches Mother of Slain Soldier
By Nathan Diebenow
The Lone Star Iconoclast
TEXAS STATE TROOPERS move into place between Cindy Sheehan and her supporters and the President's oncoming motorcade. http://188.8.131.52/News/2005/31-40/32news15.htm
— Iconoclast Photo By Deborah Mathews
LAW ENFORCEMENT wore riot gear with the motorcade in the background.
— Iconoclast Photo By Deborah Mathews http://184.108.40.206/News/2005/31-40/32news15.htm
IT IS SUSPECTED THAT one of these vehicles carried the President in the motorcade.
— Iconoclast Photo By Deborah Mathews http://220.127.116.11/News/2005/31-40/32news15.htm
President Bush Ditches Mother of Slain Soldier
By Nathan Diebenow
The Lone Star Iconoclast
Wednesday 10 August 2005
Crawford - The mother of a US soldier slain in Iraq was denied a face-to-face meeting with President Bush here Saturday after she walked through a ditch-like path in the August heat to the President's Prairie Chapel Ranch.
"I didn't come all this way from California to stand here in a ditch," said Cindy Sheehan, 48, co-founder of Gold Star Families for Peace, attempting to continue her trek to the ranch.
Even though two of the President's aides later agreed to deliver her message to him, Sheehan said that she would remain in Crawford for the whole month, if need be, until she is granted a private audience with the commander-in-chief to ask him for what "noble cause" did her son die overseas.
"If he doesn't come out to talk to me in Crawford, I'll follow him to D.C., and I'll camp out on his lawn," she said, to a round of applause from her supporters. "I'll go to prison. I don't want to live in a country where people are treated this way."
Sheehan's actions, she said, were sparked by President Bush's comments like those made last Wednesday in Grapevine to about 1,800 members of the American Legislative Exchange Council: "Our men and women who've lost their lives in Iraq and Afghanistan and in this war on terror have died in a noble cause and a selfless cause."
"We all know by now that that's not true, and I want to ask George Bush, 'Why did my son die? What was the noble cause that he died for?'" said Sheehan. "I don't want [President Bush] to use my son's name or my family name to justify any more killing or to exploit my son's name, my son's sacrifice, or my son's honor to justify more killing. As a mother, why would I want one more mother to go through what I'm going through, Iraqi or American?
"And I want to tell him that the only way to honor my son's sacrifice is to bring the troops home now."
Her son, Casey Sheehan, 24, of Vacaville, Calif., died in Baghdad, Iraq, on April 4, 2004, when his unit was attacked with rocket-propelled grenades and small arms fire. He was assigned to 1st Battalion, 82nd Field Artillery Regiment, 1st Cavalry Division, Fort Hood, Texas.
Bush's comments Wednesday coincided with the deaths of 12 Marine reservists from Ohio who were killed in perhaps the deadliest roadside bombing of US troops in Iraq. So far, the lives of about 1,821 Americans in uniform have been taken since the 2003 invasion. Pollsters indicate that Bush's approval ratings are declining in relation to the rise in US casualties in Iraq.
Sheehan, joining anti-war activists at the Crawford Peace House, arrived with a busload of veterans from the Veterans for Peace convention which was held in Irving, near Dallas, since Thursday. The total group of activists there numbered over 50 and included members of Veteran's for Peace (VFP), Military Families Speak Out (MFSO), Iraq Veterans Against the War (IVAW), CodePink, and the Crawford Peace House.
Vietnam veteran Jim Waters, not affiliated with any activist group, said that he drove overnight from Lubbock alone in support of Sheehan and the Gold Star Families for Peace because he is "very concerned" about the war in Iraq and wants to ask President Bush, "Why aren't his daughters there?"
"One of the principles of leadership is you don't ask people to do what you yourself don't have the courage to do, and [President Bush] is asking people to fight to their deaths when he himself and most of the architects of this war never served," said Waters, a retired Navy commander and former hospital administrator. "[President Bush] served, but he jumped over 10,000 people to get into the National Guard Champagne Unit, so he could avoid duty in Vietnam. I had to go to Vietnam, and now he's sending them to their deaths - over 1,800 so far.
"I'm sick and tired of what's happening to our country," he continued. "To me it's almost like the White House operation is a mob operation. These guys are scary, and they're dangerous, in my opinion."
The demonstrators gathered around one side of Sheehan as she spoke with the news media. A World War II veteran, Archie Goodwin from Naples, Fla., carrying a sign, stated away from the group that he is for peace, but "Bush isn't." His sign read, "Somebody lied."
Sheehan was accompanied on Saturday by her sister, Dede Miller, and Amy Ranham, another mother of a slain US soldier. Among her fellow supporters present were Ann Wright, a former US diplomat who resigned her post in March 2003 in protest of the invasion of Iraq; Camilo Mejia, a reservist in the Florida National Guard who became a consciousness objector upon returning from service in Iraq; and Persian Gulf War Veteran Dennis Kyne, a former battlefield medic who is outspoken on the effects of depleted uranium weapons.
Captain Kenneth Vanek of the McLennan County Sheriff's Department agreed to lead the caravan of anti-war demonstrators to the Bush Ranch. "As long as y'all work with us, we'll work with y'all," he said.
The situation, however, turned less friendly as the afternoon progressed.
At a checkpoint, the demonstrators, on orders from the peace officers, exited their vehicles about eight miles from the ranch and were told to walk in the direction of the ranch on the shoulder of the road, not the roadway itself, so as to not impede the traffic. The conditions of the shoulder made it increasingly difficult for the demonstrators to walk. Five-to-10-feet wide, the shoulder was sloped inward ditch-like to two-to-three feet in some places and lined with dry, uncut grass and damp dirt.
The deputies finally ordered the demonstrators to halt miles from the ranch because the group had not agreed to its side of the "bargain" by walking on the roadway. "The media is allowed on the road, so why aren't we?" asked one of the demonstrators, to which an officer of the Sheriff's Department replied, "Because they were following you."
Sheehan, making one last attempt to push forward, said, "In the name of 1,828 soldiers that should be alive, I'm going to see the president. He killed my son."
Holding signs that said, "No more blood for oil," "Support our troops, bring them home now," "Iraq is Arabic for Viet Nam," and "Frodo failed. Bush has the ring," the demonstrators then chanted, "W. killed her son. W. killed her son."
This first attempt to meet the President ended up futile. Members of the group, including Sheehan, exchanged a few heated words with the Sheriff's deputies, Secret Service agents, and Texas Department of Public Safety troopers who kept their composure through the afternoon. There were no arrests made during the demonstration.
Other political slogans and chants were heard, including one from Hadi Jawad of the Crawford Peace House who urged the news media keep reporting on the Downing Street memos. These documents are a series of classified, British reports made during a planning session between British and American officials over Iraq months before its invasion. The British officials note in the memos that the United States was "fixing" evidence around the administration's policy to justify the US-led invasion of Iraq.
Sheehan, after the main-steam media had left to file their reports, said, "This is the beginning of the end of the occupation of Iraq." A wild round of applause followed.
White House spokesman Trent Duffy said in response to Sheehan's actions that President Bush also wants the troops to return home safely but their mission must be completed in their honor. Two aides to the President, national security adviser Steve Hadley and deputy White House chief of staff Joe Hagin, later met with Sheehan to say that the president cares, but she, though appreciative, said in a message through The Iconoclast to the President, "George Bush, if you really care about me, why aren't you meeting with me?"
Sheehan, an opponent of the war in Iraq since its inception, took part in a meeting with other military families and Bush in June 2004 at Fort Lewis, near Seattle, Wash. This occurred two months after her son was killed in Iraq. In an interview with CNN's Wolf Blitzer on Sunday, she said that during her first meeting with President Bush, she felt that the President seemed more jovial than sorrowful and expressed no interest in knowing the name of her son or seeing pictures of him.
Sheehan intends to continue to attempt to gain an audience with President Bush. "I'm filled with hope now, too, that we might be able to turn things around," she said, noting that additional support is on its way from throughout the country as she continues her efforts, which will include a candlelight vigil. Caravans from Louisiana and San Diego are on the way, to name a couple, she said.
Before her first attempt to speak to President Bush in Crawford, Sheehan met with two victims of the Hiroshima nuclear bombing, Dr. Satoru Konishi and ex-Marine Paul Ritthaler, and Ritthaler's wife, Betty. A press conference was held at the Peace House on the 60th anniversary of the Hiroshima bombing.
During the day Sunday, Sheehan received numerous votes of thanks, well-wishes, and support from around the globe, said Diane Wilson, founding member of CodePink, a national anti-war group. While Sheehan was doing interviews Sunday afternoon, small groups of supporters were arriving at her campsite, dropping off supplies and and enjoying the cloudy weather on Prairie Chapel Road.
Wilson announced Sunday that she is starting a hunger strike in Crawford aimed at getting President Bush to talk with Cindy Sheehan, mother of a US soldier slain in Iraq. According to CodePink's website Sunday evening, three others have joined the strike: Jodie Evans, Cindy Sheehan's sister DeeDee, and Sarah Rath. Wilson said she believes that more volunteers will follow suit around the country in the coming days.
Friends of Peace and Justice of Waco are in the process of mobilizing support for Sheehan's perhaps month-long vigil. More information can be obtained at the Crawford Peace House website or by calling (254) 486-0099 after Monday.
I'm Not Budging, Says Soldier's Mother Camped at Bush's Door
By Tom Baldwin
George Bush loves his Prairie Chapel Ranch in Crawford so much that he has spent almost one fifth of his presidency "taking the pulse of the heartlands" in this big-buckled, open - if not red - necked, beef-eating corner of Texas.
He knows this enthusiasm is not shared by everyone but apparently delights in forcing aides, journalists and, yesterday, even Dick Cheney, Condoleezza Rice and Donald Rumsfeld, to do a stint of ranch duty. "I just checked in with the house, its about 100 degrees," he told reporters with some relish on Monday.
Crawford would not even rate as a last resort for a summer holiday unless you happen to be President of the United States - or Cindy Sheehan.
She is one of America's "Gold Star moms" after her 24-year-old son, Specialist Casey Sheehan, was killed in an ambush at Sadr City, Iraq, last year.
Ms Sheehan says that it was last weekend when she "spontaneously" decided to march up to the President's gate for some answers. "I want to know what is this noble cause he says my son died for and why he doesn't send his own daughters out there to fight for it."
The President dispatched Stephen Hadley, his National Security Adviser, and Joe Hagin, a White House Deputy Chief of Staff, for a 45-minute chat with her.
But Ms Sheehan, 48, from Vacaville, California, refuses to be fobbed off. She has been camping on a patch of grass about a mile from the ranch, where she intends to stay until Mr. Bush heads back to Washington at the end of this month or consents to talk with her.
"Camp Casey", as she calls it, has grown to about 50 people, including other bereaved military families, and there are predictions that numbers will swell to 1,000 this weekend.
It is a ramshackle place of temporary shelters, home-made banners and the tie-dyed peace art familiar to anyone who remembers the protests at Greenham Common in Berkshire in the 1980s. Like Greenham, Camp Casey is already under pressure from the authorities who have placed "no trespassing" signs around it, as well as some local people who have driven over to yell abuse.
In the local paper, the McGregor Mirror, there is an open letter to "the woman complaining about her son's death in Iraq" from Ann Lehman, a Crawford resident.
"You dishonor the President, yourself and God when you deny your son the freedom in death that he had in life to choose. He knew the risk when he joined the military, just as President Bush knows the risk for his life every day!" she said.
But Ms Sheenan is more than just a blot on the President's landscape: she is fast becoming this summer's media phenomenon. When she spoke to The Times, she did so with the ease of a woman who has conducted more than 100 interviews since the weekend.
"We need to get our troops out of Iraq. The only reason Bush wants to stay there is because his buddies are getting rich and feasting off the blood of our children." She also wants a complete military withdrawal from all Arab countries to make us safe from terrorism.
Is not ridding the world of Saddam Hussein a noble cause? "We sold him weapons and were once his friend - we made him," she said.
"I have to wonder for the rest of my life if the gun which took Casey's life was sold to Saddam by the US or by Britain." Ms. Sheenan has separated from her husband, Patrick, since Casey's death because he does not agree with the "level of intensity" she has devoted to peace in the past year. She has had to dissuade her younger son, Andy, from joining the Army. "I said there was no way this Government was going to get another of my children."
It is hard for the President to attack a bereaved parent but right-wing websites have been doing their best to discredit Ms. Sheenan, pointing out that she has already met the President, two months after her son's death. Back then, according to a report in her local paper, she said, "I now know he's sincere about wanting freedom for the Iraqis" before suggesting that Mr. Bush had given her back the "gift of happiness ".
Ms Sheenan says that she was confused by grief at the time and now gives a very different account of her meeting with the President, saying that he acted as if he was hosting a party and clearly did not know her son's name. She knows that her protest is distracting attention from Mr. Bush's attempts to portray his five-week Crawford vacation as a wholesome exercise in clearing brushwood and finding out what i s on the minds of ordinary folk.
The focus on Ms Sheenan chimes with the sense that support is slipping away from Mr. Bush as the death-toll for US troops exceeds 1,840. An opinion poll published yesterday showed that only 38 per cent of American voters approve of Mr. Bush's handling of Iraq.
Speaking after his meeting yesterday, Mr. Bush said: "I sympathize with Mrs. Sheehan. She feels strongly about her position and she has every right in the world to say what she believes. This is America."
He said that he understood the "anguish" of families who had lost loved ones but he insisted that those calling for all American troops to be pulled out of Iraq were wrong, because it "would send a terrible signal to the enemy". http://www.truthout.org/docs_2005/081205A.shtml
Cindy Sheehan: This is George Bush's Accountability Moment
Thu Aug 11, 4:56 PM ET
This is George Bush's accountability moment. That's why I'm here. The mainstream media aren't holding him accountable. Neither is Congress. So I'm not leaving Crawford until he's held accountable. It's ironic, given the attacks leveled at me recently, how some in the media are so quick to scrutinize -- and distort -- the words and actions of a grieving mother but not the words and actions of the president of the United States.
But now it's time for him to level with me and with the American people. I think that's why there's been such an outpouring of support. This is giving the 61 percent of Americans who feel that the war is wrong something to do -- something that allows their voices to be heard. It's a way for them to stand up and show that they DO want our troops home, and that they know this war IS a mistake a mistake they want to see corrected. It's too late to bring back the people who are already dead, but there are tens of thousands of people still in harm's way.
There is too much at stake to worry about our own egos. When my son was killed, I had to face the fact that I was somehow also responsible for what happened. Every American that allows this to continue has, to some extent, blood on their hands. Some of us have a little bit, and some of us are soaked in it.
People have asked what it is I want to say to President Bush. Well, my message is a simple one. He's said that my son -- and the other children we've lost -- died for a noble cause. I want to find out what that noble cause is. And I want to ask him: If it's such a noble cause, have you asked your daughters to enlist? Have you encouraged them to go take the place of soldiers who are on their third tour of duty? I also want him to stop using my son's name to justify the war. The idea that we have to complete the mission in Iraq to honor Casey's sacrifice is, to me, a sacrilege to my son's name. Besides, does the president any longer even know what "the mission" really is over there?
Casey knew that the war was wrong from the beginning. But he felt it was his duty to go, that his buddies were going, and that he had no choice. The people who send our young, honorable, brave soldiers to die in this war, have no skin in the game. They don't have any loved ones in harm's way. As for people like Reilly and Hannity and Michelle Malkin and Rush Limbaugh and all the others who are attacking me and parroting the administration line that we must complete the mission there -- they don't have one thing at stake. They don't suffer through sleepless nights worrying about their loved ones
Before this all started, I used to think that one person couldn't make a difference... but now I see that one person who has the backing and support of millions of people can make a huge difference.
That's why I'm going to be out here until one of three things happens: It's August 31st and the president's vacation ends and he leaves Crawford. They take me away in a squad car. Or he finally agrees to speak with me.
If he does, he'd better be prepared for me to hold his feet to the fire. If he starts talking about freedom and democracy -- or about how the war in Iraq is protecting America -- I'm not going to let him get away with it.
Like I said, this is George Bush's accountability moment.
t r u t h o u t | One Mother's Stand
By Scott Galindez
Friday 12 August 2005
The Bush motercade is expected to pass Camp Casey at noon. The secret service is securing the area. All is calm and everyone is cooperating with the police to make sure that there is no conflict.
Open Letter To George's Mama
by Cindy Sheehan
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 first 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.
Mother of Casey Sheehan
Founder and President of Gold Star Families for Peace
Founder of Camp Casey Peace Foundation
Leak-Gate Part 1: The Lies
Leak-Gate Part 2: The Leak
Leak-Gate Part 3: more leaks, call the plumber'
The Smoking Gun: The Downing Street Memo (Minutes)
Downing Street Memos show U.S. push for war
The (8) Downing Street Memos
IMPEACHMENT TIME: "FACTS WERE FIXED."
The Full, Official Casualty list, Alphabetized
US Military Report: The High Death Rates exposed by Brian Harring
This raised a question in my mind: Did Rove know Ms. Plame had taken the identity of Mr. Cheney during an arrhythmia episode at Walter Reed and that a heavily sedated vice president had been flown by the CIA to Riyadh as Ms. Plame donned a latex-padded suit and took his place? She quickly discovered that the uranium was stored at the Whitewater property once owned by the Clintons and then deeded to Kofi Annan and used as a supply depot for black helicopters. She tried to warn Mr. Clinton and the next day he had that mysterious "bypass" operation after which he suddenly got chummy with ex-CIA chief George H.W. Bush and the two flew off to Southeast Asia like in an old Crosby/Hope "Road" picture.
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==================================================================[houston] Crawford Update and InfoFri Aug 12, 2005 02:22
Subject: [houston] Crawford Update and Info
Date: Thu, 11 Aug 2005 20:55:22 -0700 (PDT)
Dear Houston Community,
Please forward this to appropriate Houston-area lists.
1. It appears that this may be a month long occupation, so I expect
that folks from Houston will be traveling to Crawford at different times.
I have created an account for folks hoping to coordinate rides to
Crawford. Visit http://www.rideshare.us and enter the look-up code:
HoustonCrawford. Folks can post rides that they are offering or you can
search for rides by clicking on the appropriate links. Hopefully, we can
use this as a tool to better coordinate rides and supply train.
2. Supplies can be dropped off at 4501 Feagan please call 832.641.2882
or email firstname.lastname@example.org coordinate a time. If anyone else in other
areas of town would like to be drop-off locations for supplies please get
in touch with me off list.
3. On that note supplies are still needed.
1. Food (non-perishables)
2. Bottled water/Coffee
3. 3-5 Gallon jugs with spigots
4. Electrolyte replacements(ie Emergen-C)
6. Blankets, cots, sleeping bags
7. Rain gear
8. Bug spray
9. Ice chests
12. Trash bags
13. First Aid Supplies (bandages, aspirin, benadryl etc)
15. Anything else you can think of....
4. Crawford House is in need of donations due to the large influx of
people(700)so please visit http://www.crawfordpeacehouse.org. Also people who
want to help out with gas expenses for Houstonians delivering supplies and
people to Crawford can contact me if they would like to make a donation in
5. Stay tuned to http://www.Houston.IndyMedia.Org and KPFT for updates and
Please contact me with ideas, suggestions, donations or questions.
email@example.com or 832.641.2882
ATTN: CINDY SHEEHAN "REASON FOR WAR ON IRAQ"
The Euro And The War On Iraq
CODEPINK Blogs From Crawford
BEST TALK SHOW IN USA - CHARLES GOYETTE - KXXT AM 1010 PHX, AZ
TODAYS SHOW EXPLAINES "CINDY SHEEHAN Vs. "THE MEDIA" WOW!
THIS IS HOW BUSH BRINGS THE TROOPS HOME:
BRING THEM ALL HOME NOW, ALIVE!
Casket of Marine Staff Sgt Chad Simon Aug. 8, 2005 at Roselawn Memorial Park in Monona, Wis. Simon, 32, of Madison, Wis., died Aug. 4 in an explosion Nov. 8, 2004, in Babil Province, Iraq. Following behind the casket are Simon's wife, Regina Simon, and son, Dylan, 6. (AP Photo/Steve Apps, Pool) http://www.militaryproject.org/article.asp?id=646
Daniel 8:25 KJV
And through his policy also he shall cause craft to prosper in his hand; and he shall magnify himself in his heart, and by peace shall destroy many:
==================================================================One Mother's Loss Becomes a Problem for the PresidentTue Aug 9, 2005 15:39
Cindy Sheehan | Address to Veterans For Peace Convention
But do you think George Bush will interrupt his vacation and go visit the families of those 20 marines who have died in Ohio this week, asks Cindy Sheehan? Sheehan says the answer is No ... he doesn't care, he doesn't have a heart. That's not enough to stop his little "playing cowboy" game in Crawford for 5 weeks.
=================================================================An Open Letter Cindy SheehanWed Aug 10, 2005 20:2218.104.22.168
=================================================================Dedicated To Iraq Veterans Who Know The TruthWed Aug 10, 2005 17:49
=================================================================Cindy Sheehan Gives BuzzFlash the Latest from CrawfordTue Aug 9, 2005 19:05
Cindy Sheehan, co-founder of Gold Star Families for Peace and mother of U.S. soldier who was slain in Iraq, called for President Bush on Saturday, Aug. 6, to return all troops in Iraq to the United States immediately. Although she failed to meet with Bush face-to-face at his Crawford-area ranch, Sheehan did speak with two of the president's aides. She still vowed to remain in Crawford to meet with the President. MORE PICTURES:>>
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