The Anti-War Movement and Me

Cindy Sheehan

Cindy Sheehan

IND THEN THERE'S THE ARSE-NAGGING KNUCKLE-DRAGGING FACT that a huge slice of university populations will pre-emptively dismiss a speaker before hearing one word of conservative discourse, which of course is nothing but the sign of a closed mind—an infection of the Vichy Left.

This absurd posture illustrates a deep hatred and mistrust of America and all that she welcomes and withstands, for the sake of those who are in need—an absurd posture that presumes or dismisses the fact that the country CANNOT FIGHT BACK against a legitimate enemy.

It's staggering really. In this infantile anti-war fantasy world the author of chaos has constructed for herself, the earth is divided between America the Evil Empire and the noble and oppressed masses of "diversity."

Whomsoever would actively seek to kill Americans wherever they roam on the globe must somehow be justified by destiny. And whomsoever would rise up in simply DEFINING the enemy, to say nothing of what should be done to confront it, is surely nothing but a "hater, bigot, racist."

Yawn. Turnabout's fair play. BIG OPEN-MOUTHED YAWN...