Monday, November 28, 2005

Sheehan: over and out?

It's a good question.

I'm sure more than a few "moderates" are thinking Cindy Sheehan's star has gone the way of a black hole. Here's a couple links that indicate a great deal of disenchantment over someone who has turned her "private grief" into a marketable bushbash.

First, there's the pretty AP photos from her Crawford book-signing.

Then, wow...a scathing Salena Zito column, putting Cindy down (to use the lighter term) for the infamous "open letter to Barbara Bush."

Sheehan has become the quintessential freak show, making everyone uncomfortable as we watch the drama -- her drama -- play out. In our heart of hearts, we really do not want to believe this mother has become a handmaiden of the Left.

Few things ever are what they seem to be. Truth often is awkward. And facing the reality that Sheehan's sincerity has ended and absurdity has taken hold is one jagged little pill to swallow.
Indeed, that's just a fraction of the criticism. I recommend reading whole column.
<< Home 3 Comments:
Blogger Nick J. said...

Haha, that is just a priceless picture.

I feel so bad...

Not. Bwahahaha!!!

10:31 PM, November 28, 2005  
Blogger Palm boy said...

Its about time.

I'll bet that PR firm in San Francisco finaly stoped organizing her protests.

6:33 AM, November 29, 2005  
Blogger Rebekah said... burns--she can feel it.

6:48 AM, December 01, 2005  

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