Wednesday, August 17, 2005

Quick! Give That Woman Some Prozac

Cindy Sheehan pronounces:

"The biggest terrorist in the world is George W. Bush," Sheehan began. After calling for Bush's impeachment and making a demand that Bush send his "two little party-animal girls" to war, she makes this nuanced assessment:

"What they're saying, too, is like, it's OK for Israel to have nuclear weapons. But Iran or Syria better not get nuclear weapons. ... It's OK for Israel to occupy Palestine, ... for the United States to occupy Iraq, but it's not OK for Syria to be in Lebanon. They're a bunch of (expletive) hypocrites."
Finally, an explanation of why the leftists are so depressed about everything.

Because who wouldn't be psychotically depressed if this is what and how they thought?

And, as Lileks points out, it's a cyclical trend which is going to prove self-fulfilling.

The hard left in America needs to realize a bald, cruel fact: Anyone who sees no moral distinction between Israel and the mullahs of Iran, or sees the U.S. attempt to set up a constitutional republic in Iraq as equivalent to the Syrian occupation of Lebanon, suffers from incurable moral cretinism. The more the fervent anti-war base embraces these ideas, the more they ensure that no one will trust the left with national security. Ever.
But it is so much more fun and dramatically fulfilling to feel the pain of defeat...

[Hat tip: Instapundit]

Meanwhile, my co-blogger at Kesher Talk links to Andrea Harris' post at Spleenville about Cindy Sheehan. Harris is fed up with women who excuse Cindy Sheehan everything while mouthing platitudes about how no one can criticize her who hasn't stood in her shoes.

I dunno. I got much more fed up with women during past election seasons, when the MSM was always regaling us with tales of the gender gap and how the majority of women usually went left. Snort. Thank God that demographic changed a great deal during the last election.


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