The Scolai

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Cindy Sheehan “Stuck on Stupid”

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I don’t know who the author is, but this speaks volumes about “Peace Mother” Cindy Sheehan. “Mother”? Mother my aching Red Blooded American Ass!!  To borrow from Rhett Butler: “A cat’s a better mother than you” Cindy.

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Scolai

  What Is This Picture? 

Obviously, it’s a picture in a cemetery. 

What  cemetery and whose grave? 

Sadly, it’s the grave of Casey Sheehan.

 

After three years, and a Dept of Defense payment of $250,000 to the “Peace Mom”, Cindy Sheehan has not had the time or bothered to have a headstone placed on this young hero’s grave. And, she doesn’t even have to pay for one, the Dept of Defense will provide one:

“The Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) furnishes upon request, at no charge to the applicant, a government headstone or marker for the grave of any deceased eligible veteran in any cemetery around the world. For all deaths occurring before September 11, 2001 , the VA may provide a headstone or marker only for graves that are not marked with a private headstone.

Flat markers in granite, marble, and bronze and upright headstones in granite and marble are available. The style chosen must be consistent with existing monuments at the place of burial. Niche markers are also available to mark columbaria used for inurnment of cremated remains.”

Apparently she can find time to protest on at least 3 continents, get arrested various times, go on vacation in Hawaii, have photo ops with the Marxists in Venezuela, but can’t seem to find the time to properly mark her son’s grave.

Ever wonder what the expression “stuck on stupid” meant?

Well here is an example:

The grinning idiot clinging to Je$$e Jack$on is Cindy Sheehan…

the sob sister who protested the war at Bush’s ranch,

who lost her son in the war,

the same son she gave up in her divorce when he was 7 years old.

And by the way if you wonder why she has so much free time …

she is going through another divorce right now and guess what? 

She is giving up custody of another son.

As Forest Gump once wisely proclaimed, “Stupid is as stupid does.”

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Written by thescolai

March 2, 2007 at 10:39 am

9 Responses

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  1. So what you’re saying is if your child died in an illegal occupation of a sovereign nation after being on the battlefield less than a week and was blown to smithereens because his government didn’t give him and the rest of his crew the proper armor, you would be joyful and say, “I love my government. They’re so honest. I’m glad they didn’t provide my kid with the armor he needed and are using the occupation of Iraq as a way to squander away my hard earned money! Thank you George!”.

    I bet you would.

    George Bush is stuck on stupid because he keeps doing the same thing over and over and keeps coming up with same result: illegal wars and a huge amount of incompetency!

    Iran is his next failed project. I bet you’re clapping and ‘hoo hoo hoo’ing’ him too, huh?

    kayinmaine

    March 2, 2007 at 11:18 am

  2. Number one, Casey ceased being her “Child” the minute she gave him up, just as son number two will cease to be her child the minute she gives him up.

    Number two, Kay I am a veteran who can honestly say I wish this war had not taken place, but it has. The only choices we have now are 1.) Win in Iraq, or 2.) Win on American soil, because if we pull out before the terrorists are vanquished(every last one dead on the battlefield) the war will certainly come to this country.

    Kay, no one wishes for war. But once you are in one, particularly one you didn’t start(we we’re attacked, remember?)the best way to end it quickly is to present a united front. Protest all you want until bullets are flying and soldiers are in combat. Once that happens, give the troops in the field more than lip service.

    And before you drag out the tired line of “Well why aren’t you there?” I not only served my tour of duty for my country, I tried to re-enlist after 9-11. For the first time in my life I was too old for something.

    Scolai

    thescolai

    March 2, 2007 at 2:31 pm

  3. kayinmaine,

    Cindy Sheehan, hiding under the banner of “grieving mother” has gotten away with murder…literally. Long before Casey enlisted [twice], Cindy was a Marxist, though not publicly active until his death. You might want to do some research on Cindy’s aiding and abetting terrorists. As far as the war being illegal; Saddam broke the armistice from the 1991 Gulf War. The War was technically not over but put on hold. The minute Saddam shot at US/Coalition planes, the war was back on. Clinton allowed Saddam to shoot at US/Coalition planes for 8 years and did nothing. Congress DID give Bush approval for war, however, the chickenshit Congress [for political reasons] did not officially declare war. Regardless, the Iraq war is legal.

    FYI Kay, the US soldiers are the good guys. Further, it is immoral/unethical and should be illegal, to protest our troops when they are in harms way.

    Malcontent

    March 3, 2007 at 1:08 pm

  4. Scolai wrote: “Kay, no one wishes for war. But once you are in one, particularly one you didn’t start(we we’re attacked, remember?)the best way to end it quickly is to present a united front.”

    Obviously, you are neither a student of history nor do your seem to care about the exposes on the origins of Bush’s war. History is replete with examples of those who instigated wars of aggression. Why? The usual reasons… miscalculation, greed, and delusions of ideological infallibility. What do these leaders care… others usually pay the price. Bush is no different. The evidence is in that this war was planned before 911 and that understandable outrage and pain from that scurrilous attack was hijacked as a political pretense to launch an invasion on a nation that did NOT attack us. Anyone with a bullsh*t detector saw the propaganda campaign for this war taking shape in 2002. Anyone with an ounce of common sense realized this was going to be a disaster… even
    Cheney in 1991 explained why it would have been a mistake to go after Saddam. He said before the Washington Institute: “I think if we were going to remove Saddam Hussein we would have had to go all the way to Baghdad, we would have to commit a lot of force because I do not believe he would wait in the Presidential Palace for us to arrive. I think we’d have had to hunt him down. And once we’d done that and we’d gotten rid of Saddam Hussein and his government, then we’d have had to put another government in its place.
    What kind of government? Should it be a Sunni government or Shi’i government or a Kurdish government or Ba’athist regime? Or maybe we want to bring in some of the Islamic fundamentalists? How long would we have had to stay in Baghdad to keep that government in place? What would happen to the government once U.S. forces withdrew? How many casualties should the United States accept in that effort to try to create clarity and stability in a situation that is inherently unstable?
    I think it is vitally important for a President to know when to use military force. I think it is also very important for him to know when not to commit U.S. military force. And it’s my view that the President got it right both times, that it would have been a mistake for us to get bogged down in the quagmire inside Iraq.”

    The utter stupidity of diverting our attention from Al Quida and threatening the so-called Axis Of Evil… nations that played no part in 911, is so painfully obvious I can not believe anyone can still parrot that line.

    After Vietnam we SHOULD have learned our lesson that the BEST way to insure that no soldier’s life has been sacrificed in vain is NOT to throw more lives down the toilet but to stop the madness and hold criminally responsible our leaders who get us into such illegal wars of aggression. Sadly, your warped sense of patriotism blinds you to the obvious and will only get us into more such wars.

    ulTRAX

    http://reinventing-america.blogspot.com/

    .

    ulTRAX

    March 14, 2007 at 7:45 pm

  5. So what you’re saying is when a child is killed by a drunk driver the mother of the child has no right to use her child’s experience to get the word out? Huh?

    You right wingers are morons. You’re acting like Cindy hates her son for gawd’s sake. You’re the pathetic ones.

    kayinmaine

    March 14, 2007 at 10:20 pm

  6. My cousin was in the Green Zone for 2 years. Is that okay with you guys or are you going to accuse me of being a soldier hater again?

    My father was in the Army
    My brother was in the Air Force
    My cousin Scotty was in the first Persian Gulf War & today’s Iraq illegal invasion
    My cousin Phil was in the first Persian Gulf War
    My cousin Paula is in the Army and is on standby

    How’s that? What your families record? How many family members did you have serving this time around? I bet none!

    kayinmaine

    March 14, 2007 at 10:22 pm

  7. My uncle was in the Korean War

    kayinmaine

    March 14, 2007 at 10:22 pm

  8. Our troops on the battlefield in the middle of a civil war encrusted in an illegal invasion IS NOT STANDING UP FOR OUR SOLDIERS AND IS PUTTING THEM IN HARMS WAY!

    Who owns Iraq’s oil right now? Not the Iraqis! It’s been stolen from them. Shell, Exxon, BP and a couple others have it. Spit.

    They’re using our soldiers to cover for them as they steal Iraq’s resources! Oh, but to you right wingers….you love that!

    kayinmaine

    March 14, 2007 at 10:25 pm

  9. I no longer post new material here at WordPress, but I felt it necessary to respond to Kay on this forum. Please don’t take the first few lines of the 2nd paragraph seriously. It’s called “sarcasm.” Anyone wanting to further discuss this topic, can reach me at:
    thescolai@thescolai.com

    Scolai

    Kay,
    This post seems to have struck a raw nerve with you. All other arguments aside, let me ask you this: What do you think your life would be like under a Theocratic Moslem government? Let me give you a glimpse. The first people the Mullahs will come after are the Pro-Abortion Feminists, so I hope you have been fitted for a burkah. You will not be allowed to hold a job or leave the house without your husband or a male relative, and your daughters and granddaughters?(you sound a lot like a 60’s peacenik so I am assuming grandchildren) will not be able to attend school. Should you decide to see a man on the sly and be raped for your trouble, guess what? You will be flogged for going off with a man who is not related to you. Is this the life you want for yourself? A defeat in Iraq today, will put us on the road to that world tomarrow.

    Be careful what you wish for Kay…you just might get it.

    As to “Big Oil” stealing Iraq’s resources; I wish they would. For what this unprovoked (that means the terrorists started it) war is costing us monetarily, I hope we take every last barrel of oil in Iraq, and get gas prices in this country back to the fifty cent a gallon range so that I can drive my SUV in guilt free comfort, and guys like Hugo Chavez can choke on their oil and communist rhetoric. But thats not why we are there, is it. We are fighting a war on foreign soil to keep from fighting the same war in Maine. Do you really think if we left Iraq tomarrow that the terrorists would leave us alone? Get real! Terrorists understand force. Force that puts a foot in their ass and a boot on their necks. The biggest lesson we have learned in Iraq is that, sadly, these people only seem to understand absolute power.

    Kay, I hope your relatives return home safely. I hope that all soldiers will. To answer your question about MY relatives in Iraq; From what I understand, as a vet, I have a few hundred thousand doing their duty.

    Scolai

    thescolai

    March 15, 2007 at 8:30 pm


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