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November 27, 2005

Sheehan: Only the Lonely...

Heh...this was welcome news upon my return:

Photographs published by wire services including the Associated Press and Reuters depict a lonely "Peace Mom" in a virtually empty tent awaiting those seeking her autograph on her new book, "Not One More Mother's Child."

The Washington Post reported the scene this way: "Sheehan found herself addressing a crowd of only about 100 on Saturday afternoon. The large tent where supporters had erected a stage hung with the banner 'Speak Truth to Power' was only partially full. Earlier, Sheehan signed copies of her new book for an even smaller crowd."


"What if Cindy had a book signing and no one came?" asks one poster in an online messageboard. "Well we know what happened. No one cares about her but the press. Cindy is finished."

"Frankly I'm amazed the DNC/AP allowed these photos to see the light of day," writes another. "Usually their photogs do their (unlevel) best to angle their cameras and crop their pictures to make Mother Sheehan always appear to be at the center of a worshipful swarm. I'm afraid someone is going to be in hot water for letting us glimpse the truth."

Here are a couple of theories, and I think they both come into play here: one, people are simply sick of this woman using her son's unfortunate death to spread her "America sucks" message. Two, on this Thanksgiving weekend, most of us were spending the weekend with family and friends, giving thanks for what we have. It's too bad Cindy seems to have forgotten what she still has--her health and the rest of her family come to mind. But perhaps she's alienated too many family members? Maybe hanging out in a tent in Crawford was a better choice than having a Swanson dinner alone in front of the TV set...

I'd call Cindy "Con-dy" except for the fact that some people would think I was running down Condi Rice. In any case, Sheehan's next stop is probably one of those reality shows for has-beens, such as Britain's "I'm a Celebrity--Get Me Out of Here." But will she go home and pay attention to the rest of the family she seems to have forgotten? Don't bet the farm yet.


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Posted by Pam Meister at 07:31 PM | Comments (4) | TrackBack (0) | Leftwing Lunacy

Who was it that said "You can never go home."?

Cindy may have burned all of her bridges between her ego and the home front. Time will tell.

Posted by: joe-6-pack at November 27, 2005 10:49 PM

Love that picture!

Posted by: oddybobo at November 28, 2005 10:40 AM

Cindy isn't smart enough to go home. She's like a video game: reset and you've got a brand new 15 minutes of fame.

Posted by: THIRDWAVEDAVE at November 28, 2005 12:27 PM

I loved this picture. I posted on this too! She is such a pathetic woman.

Posted by: Mrs. Media Matters at November 28, 2005 03:54 PM
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