Saturday, January 28, 2006

You Can Tell By The Company They Keep
...and your husband is divorcing you, WHY again?

My favorite Red Star Mom, and winner of the John Kerry/Stan Laurel Look-A-Like Contest, Cindy Sheehan, is back in the news again. Seen here with renown poverty pimp, Jesse "Soup" Jackson.

Cindy was also the Guest of Honor at The People’s Weekly World Banquet . Oh, by the way... the People's Weekly World is the official newpaper for the Communist Party, USA.

And check out the wonderful folks from the Revolutionary Communist Party that she's hangin' out with at the The World Can't Wait/Drive Out the Bush Regime rally. How nice.

Here is someone who was a so-called "Catholic Youth Minister" at St. Mary's Catholic Church in Vacaville, California. I've always despised the Novus Ordo obsession with calling everyone a "minister of this", or a "minister of that", but that's a different post. Anyhow, didn't someone at St. Mary's know that Comrade Cindy was so enamored of Communist sympathizers and outright Communists? No one develops Sheehan's maniacal embrace of such in a blink of an eye. But no one at St. Mary's noticed? Hmmm... I guess Comrade Cindy just fit right in at all those Peace and Social Justice seminars, huh?

I also couldn't help but notice how she prostitutes her Catholicism when the time is right... and the cameras are rolling. Didn't anyone ever tell Comrade Cindy that Catholicism and Communism don't mix? Obviously, her priest didn't.


Blogger Dymphna said...

I'd love to know what she was teaching the youths. I'll bet it wasn't the Baltimore Catechism.

Rest in peace, Casey.

9:48 AM  
Blogger Argent said...

LOL with that picture of her and Jesse. Can you feeeeeyul the luuuvvvv?

10:47 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Great post. Newsworthy, factual, and your usual crack-me-up style. Loved the Stan Laurel line!

1:24 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

The priest might have told her that commies aren't cool, but I get the feeling that Cindy is a law unto herself.

I hear her family has disowned her. Sad.

8:36 AM  
Blogger Amy said...

Yes, most of Cindy's family has made an effort to distance themselves from her. It's obvious they don't agree with her views and agenda, and while I respect her right to mourn as a mother who lost her son, I can't stand her.

Sweetness & Light (link is found through my blog) chronicles the exploits of Cindy and her's really an upsetting tragedy.

4:40 PM  

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