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POS Cindy Sheehan will be at Lafayette Park (near the White House) today at noon running her big-ass mouth and then she’ll proceed to waddle her way through downtown D.C. to protest Life, the Universe, and Everything. Mostly she’ll just spew her hateful rhetoric about the United States Military. Cindy’s date for the theatrical fiasco will be Ralph Nader. Sounds charming.

If you happen to be in the D.C. area, do stop by and spit on her for me. Thanks much.

Marxist/Terrorist International ANSWER will be there also with bus loads of Marxist/Muslim/Illegal Alien (that’s right, they’re bringing in the illegal aliens originally slated for Sunday’s D.C. amnesty march) anti-US Military protestors.


OFF KARAKTER–The People’s Cube

Metaphorical tea-bagging befalls moonbats who become overconfident and register activist ".org" sites without a ".com" version. Which is exactly what happened to Cindy "campout" Sheehan and David "Gloria" Swanson when they started as part of a new scheme to lure the unwashed progs into a tent camp in front of the White House, to shake fists and demand a surrender of America’s "imperial forces" to all enemies, foreign and domestic.

A People’s Cube member who discovered their omission immediately bought for us to play with. Why is it important? He who never automatically typed ".com" while looking for a ".org" site, hasn’t really experienced all the wonders of the Internet. Typing ".com" is a shared human trait and it has been taken advantage of by many before us.

Long story short, our new looks much like, only it calls things by their real names. That includes describing the fist-shaking organizers as "fisters" – which, according to our recent discovery, is what they really are. That, of course, involved some recycling of our old material.

Special thanks to our heroic Space Dog Laika for promptly preparing and transmitting the new, decoded version of the site to our tinfoil hat.

This feature falls under a new category "Tea-bagged by the People’s Cube." We even made a special stamp for it, which we are hoping to attach to more similar projects in the future.


And now, without further delay, Fist of the Action!

Travis Air Force Base, Saturday, November 28th, 2009 

At an Anti-Drone rally, Sheehan shoves a megaphone in an elderly vets face, then she and her Code Pink comrades cried foul when he shoved back.

Veteran :"None of you have got the vaguest idea what you are advocating."

Sheehan :"No matter how much violence they bring to us, we’re going to bring peace to them."

Peace my ass! A typical tactic of Code Pink, Sheehan, and their comrades is to start shit and then scream bloody murder for the cameras. 

Listen to Sheehan call the elderly vet a “piece of crap”  several times at the end of the video. That’s the nicest thing she has ever called a vet. 


Commie Cunt Cindy Sheehan, left, and an unidentified comrade, right, who chained themselves to a fence in front of the White House in Washington, are questioned by two United States Park Police officers

WASHINGTON (CNN) — As the war in Afghanistan nears the start of its ninth year, a group of anti-war protesters gathered in front of the White House today to express their disappointment that the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan are not yet over, and to request a meeting with President Obama.

An estimated 500 people from different anti-war groups gathered on the sidewalk in front of the White House. A few chained themselves to the fence, some laid down on the sidewalk as if they were dead, and others chanted: "mourn the dead, heal the wounded, end the war!"

The protest was peaceful, though U.S. Park Police said that 61 people were arrested for failure to obey a lawful order after the crowd was repeatedly asked to move back from the sidewalk. According to Park Police Sgt. David Schlosser, all were cited and released.

Cindy Sheehan, whose son was killed in Iraq in 2004, was among the protestors, and was one of those who were arrested. She said she had not been a supporter of President Obama or of Sen. John McCain during last year’s election but said protestors were running out of patience. "I think the mood of the country and the mood of our movement is getting a little bit more desperate, and (that) this will be the time to be able to translate our tireless activism and work for peace," she said.

Sheehan added that President Obama has been in office long enough to start working towards peace in Iraq and Afghanistan, and that his supporters want him to make those changes.

White House Press Secretary Robert Gibbs said that neither he nor the president were aware of the protest until it was mentioned in the daily briefing to the press, adding: "I think the president has long believed that whether your opinion is on one side of this issue or the other, that this is the greatness of our country, is that you get to amplify that opinion."


FYI: When these commie rat bastards chant "mourn the dead, heal the wounded, end the war!", they’re not talking about U.S. troops and their health and welfare; they’re talking about the enemy of U.S. troops.


Cindy Sheehan, who drew national attention for camping outside former President George W. Bush’s ranch in protest of the Iraq War, is following him to Dallas.

Anti-War Mom Brings Bush Housewarming March

Cindy Sheehan will again be protesting outside former President George W. Bush’s home.

DPD and Secret Service Prepare for Protest

Dallas Police are working with the Secret Service as anti-war activist Cindy Sheehan plans to lead a group of protestors to former President George W….

Sheehan will lead a demonstration Monday protesting "crimes against humanity."

"We can’t allow George Bush’s crimes to be forgotten just because he is not in office anymore," she said in an e-mail.

But while most people in Preston Hollow have gone out of their way to welcome the former president and first lady home, they’re not exactly rolling out the welcome mat for Sheehan.

"Go away," resident Kathie Taub said. "Go back! Leave us alone!"

Taub said Sheehan had already protested and should "now leave everybody alone."

"She has already made her opinion known, and it is getting old," Michael Taub said. "She needs to go back to wherever she came from."

Neighbor Victor Toledo echoed the sentiment.

"There’s a lot of decent people that call this home, and I’d rather not see that," he said.

The march begins at Preston Road and Royal Lane at 4:30 p.m. and ends on Daria Drive, outside the secure entrance to Bush’s Preston Hollow neighborhood. It is not scheduled to cross any major intersections. Secret Service agents will block anyone from going down Daria Drive, which leads to the cul-de-sac where the Bush’s live.

It was not clear if Bush or his wife will be at home this weekend, according to the Dallas Morning News.

Neither the Dallas Police Department nor the U.S. Secret Service will reveal any specifics about security for Monday’s event. A spokesman for the Secret Service calls it the "first test" of their security measures at the former president’s home since he left office.

"Officers will be very visible" says Sgt Warren Mitchell with the Dallas Police Department, comparing the department’s expected response with the force shown at the recent Exxon Mobil shareholders meeting, when police outnumbered protesters.

Sheehan, whose son, Army Spc. Casey Sheehan, was killed in the Iraq War, camped outside Bush’s Crawford ranch in 2005 in protest of the war.

She also ran unsuccessfully last year for House Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s congressional seat.


AUDIO  Cindy Sheehan Soap Box on Green 960 AM


Poster above Via the Cunt’s site 

So much for "peace"…mother fucker



As FrontPage Magazine columnist Ben Johnson observed in February 2008: “Cindy Sheehan thinks so little of her son that she is willing to join forces with the movement whose extremist ideology spawned the organization that killed him and whose offshoot holds his killers up as role models.”


SAN FRANCISCO (AP) ― House Speaker Nancy Pelosi was easily re-elected Tuesday, overcoming a challenge from anti-war U.S. military activist Cindy Sheehan.

Pelosi, elected to a 12th House term representing San Francisco, was well ahead in early returns from absentee ballots.

"Thank you San Francisco. I am grateful for your support and honored by your trust," she said in a statement after being declared the winner. "Working together, our new president and our new Congress will deliver a new direction for the American people."

Sheehan became famous for camping outside President Bush’s Texas ranch to demand an end to the war in Iraq after the death of her son, Casey. She accused Pelosi of failing to end the war and not allowing impeachment hearings against Bush and Vice President Dick Cheney.

In an interview after polls closed, Sheehan didn’t concede defeat but vowed to run again in 2010. She accused the media of ignoring her and criticized Pelosi for not debating her.

"Just avoiding a debate shows a lot of disrespect for my campaign," she said.

"We tried very hard to get our message out, but it is very hard when the media does not listen to your message."

Pelosi, who has easily fended off past challenges from the left, said she respected Sheehan’s right to run. But for the most part she ignored her during the campaign.

Also on the ballot were Republican Dana Walsh and Libertarian Philip Z. Berg.



Via The Denver Post: Sheehan will be joining her violent comrades Recreate68 the 24th in Denver                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   

Via the communist Recreate 68 website:

End the Occupations March and Rally — West Steps of the Colorado State Capitol Building, August 24, 9am

END THE OCCUPATIONS  No more free pass for the Democrats. Join R68 and others as we march to end all illegal imperialist occupations in Iraq, Palestine, Afghanistan, Puerto Rico, Haiti, Hawaii, North America, and others. The Dems have the power to put an end to the United States’ illegal colonizations and wars, but they will not without pressure from the people. Join us as we create that pressure and say:



The March will begin at the WEST STEPS OF THE CAPITOL and end on Speer Blvd in front of the Pepsi Center.

Speakers (Alphabetical):

Ida Audeh – Palestinian Refugee
Kathleen Cleaver – Black Panthers
Ward Churchill – Long-time Author, Activist, and Scholar
Mark Cohen – Re-create 68 Alliance
Chairman Fred Hampton Jr. – Prisoners of Conscience Committee
Larry Hales – World Worker’s Party and Re-create 68 Alliance
Larry Holmes – Troops Out Now Coalition
Ron Kovic – anti-war activist, veteran and author of Born On The Fourth of July
Cynthia Mckinney – Green Party United States Presidential Candidate
Glenn Spagnuolo – Re-create 68 Alliance


When you see their banners of Bring The Troops Home Now, it’s not because they support our troops, but because of their absolute distain for our troops as murderous evil Imperial Storm Troops and they want them removed and completely disbanded and dissolved forever. Cindy Sheehan, Recreate 68, and their comrades have openly labeled U.S. soldiers as the real terrorists. Remember that next time you see their bullshit banners.


Cindy Sheehan

Anti-war activist Cindy Sheehan qualified Friday for a November showdown with House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, collecting the signatures needed to get on the ballot as an independent candidate for Congress.

"We’re very excited," said Sheehan, 51, the mother of a soldier killed in Iraq who is well-known for her protest outside President Bush’s Texas ranch. "Now we have to get organized and regroup."

Republican Dana Walsh and Libertarian Philip Berg will join Pelosi and Sheehan on the Nov. 4 ballot.

The collection of signatures by Sheehan’s campaign was more exciting than usual. On Wednesday, the campaign was well short of the 10,198 signatures needed to get on the ballot after San Francisco elections officials found that more than 40 percent of the people who signed weren’t registered in the city’s Eighth Congressional District.

Sheehan’s supporters redoubled their efforts to collect enough signatures to beat the 5 p.m. Friday deadline, ultimately turning in more than 17,000 signatures to ensure that she qualified.

"It was a little disconcerting to see all the problems with the signatures," Sheehan said from her Mission Street headquarters, where more than 100 supporters gathered to celebrate. "The last couple of days, I’ve been checking the registrations myself on the computer."

With her ballot spot guaranteed, Sheehan can focus on the fall campaign, where she will challenge Pelosi from the left, slamming the speaker for refusing to start impeachment proceedings against President Bush and not taking a stronger stance against the war in Iraq.

"The next part is going to be exciting," she said. "I want at least one debate with all four candidates so that Nancy Pelosi has to answer for her record."

Sheehan, a former Vacaville resident who lives in the Mission District, became involved in the anti-war movement in 2004, after her son Casey was killed while serving in Iraq. A year later she founded Gold Star Families for Peace and spoke out against the war in Iraq.

For months, she stayed at "Camp Casey," an area near President Bush’s Crawford, Texas, ranch where she and other peace activists demonstrated against Bush and the war.

Sheehan will be the longest of longshots in her attempt to oust Pelosi, one of the nation’s best-known and most powerful Democrats.

While Sheehan said Friday that she has raised more than $300,000 for the race, Pelosi had collected more than $2.3 million by the end of June and had $455,138 in the bank.

Sheehan’s campaign also missed the July 15 filing deadline for her most recent federal campaign statement, which Sheehan blamed on the frantic efforts to qualify her campaign for the ballot.

"One of the first things we need to do is hire a professional accountant to deal with those reports," she said.


Via The Mexican Times:

The Dirty Hands Caravan, made up of about 120 people including actor-director Sean Penn, are traveling from Indio, Calif., to New Orleans and made a stop in Las Cruces on Tuesday night.

The participants boarded a string of bio-diesel buses in an effort designed to engage a new generation of activists.

The group is doing different volunteer activities in select cities on the trip.

Which cities they are stopping in and what activities they are involved in is not known in advance because an itinerary is not available on the group’s Web site.

The Dirty Hands Caravan had a special guest speaker at dinner on their campground in Las Cruces, anti-war activist Cindy Sheehan.

"It was another really cool day on the Dirty Hands Caravan!," Pat Pedraja wrote on the group’s blog on the Do Something Web site. "We finally stopped driving around 8 pm at the State Fairgrounds in Los (sic) Cruces, New Mexico. Everyone set up their tents in a circle, and a fire was built while a catering company was cooking dinner in the back of a truck. It was too dark to play baseball, but I played catch with my mom – she can’t catch :). I even learned a new guitar chord with a new friend.

"We all sat around the campfire while we waited for dinner, and then I was asked to speak. I told them my story – about surviving leukemia and starting Driving for Donors – and that everyone on the trip has the power to make a difference by doing something important. My mom started to cry because she was proud of me and everyone else started to cry too!

"Dinner was delicious! I had steak and mashed potatoes with apple cobbler; no vegan food for me! After dinner, Cindy Sheehan spoke. I didn’t know who she was until I heard her story. Her son died in the Iraq War in 2004 and she camped outside Bush’s Texas ranch for 30 days in April 2005 trying to talk to President Bush. She called the youth of today the ‘WE Generation’ because WE need to work together to make change! Cindy chatting us up around the campfire

"I was so tired that I fell asleep in a chair as she was talking – sorry, Cindy! She is running for Congress in San Francisco and she even offered to do a marrow drive with me!"

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