Last week she was kissing a commie, this week she's getting arrested in the House galley before the State Of The Union address. Remember last summer when Sheehan was still the darling of lefty bloggers, how they railed against the description of Sheehan as a "media whore?" Their faux outrage looks comical in hindsight...
WASHINGTON (AP) - Cindy Sheehan, the mother of a fallen soldier in Iraq who reinvigorated the anti-war movement, was arrested and removed from the House gallery Tuesday night just before President Bush's State of the Union address, a police spokeswoman said.What's next for Mama Moonbat, streaking through a presidential press conference?
Sheehan, who had been invited to attend the speech by Rep. Lynn Woolsey, D-Calif., was charged with demonstrating in the Capitol building, a misdemeanor, said Capitol Police Sgt. Kimberly Schneider. Sheehan was taken in handcuffs to police headquarters a few blocks away and her case was processed as Bush spoke
Schneider said Sheehan had worn a T-shirt with an anti-war slogan to the speech and covered it up until she took her seat. Police warned her that such displays were not allowed, but she did not respond, the spokeswoman said.
Police handcuffed Sheehan and removed her from the gallery before Bush arrived. Sheehan was to be released on her own recognizance, Schneider said.
"I'm proud that Cindy's my guest tonight," Woolsey said in an interview before the speech. "She has made a difference in the debate to bring our troops home from Iraq."
Rep. Woolsley is the one responsible for this fiasco. You can express your displeasure via e-mail if you're a constituent, otherwise you'll have to do so by phone - (202) 225-5161. You might inquire about the cost to taxpayers of the Capitol Police who had to deal with Mama Moonbat, and if the Congresswoman is proud of that...