Thursday, October 20, 2005

Supporting Hillary ...a message from Cindy Sheehan

: "I thought Mrs. Clinton listened, but apparently she didn't because immediately afterwards she said the following to Sarah Ferguson of the Village Voice:
'My bottom line is that I don't want their sons to die in vain... I don't believe it's smart to set a date for withdrawal... I don't think it's the right time to withdraw.'
That quote sounds exactly like what the few Republicans I talked to that week said. Making sure that our children did not die in 'vain' sounds exactly like something George Bush says. A 'date' for withdrawal? That sounds like Rush Limbaugh to me. That doesn't sound like an opposition party leader speaking to me. What Sen. Clinton said after our meeting sounds exactly like the Republican Party talking points I heard from Senators Dole and McCain."

Ain't a lick of difference between the elites on both sides of the the aisle. Their interests are not our interests, we are but pawns in their games of domination and exploitation. Our pain and sacrifice matter to them only when it fattens their bank accounts.


SheaNC said...

It's too bad that Hillary has decided to become a neocon herself. And, it's ironic because they hate her so much!

SheaNC said...

She coulda been a contender, chahlie...

instead of a neocon. Bummer.

car said...

I'm beginning to like Hillary more and more, too bad she has those times of the month when she, as no women, can be trusted in any position of power.