« Carnival of the Trackbacks LXXIX | Main | When you CAIR enough to say the very best »

Cindy Sheehan: Bush Forced me to Buy Property

The locals, especially the previous owner, are not pleased that Mother Sheehan will be moving in to their town soon:

Crawford- Anti-War Activist Cindy Sheehan is going to become a neighbor of President Bush, and local residents are not happy about the mess.

[snip]

"I feel deceived," said Celia Ramsey, who sold the land to Cindy Sheehan through a third party. She talked to News Channel 25 exclusively on the matter. "I would have never sold it to Sheehan. Nobody wants them here."

Ms. Ramsey is so ticked at the deception that was used to purchase the property that she is going to talk to a lawyer.

But, Ms. Ramsey and the other Crawford locals must keep in mind that this, too, is all President Bush's fault because he forced Cindy to buy the property:

"I am very sad it came to this point where we had to buy a permanent home," said Sheehan. "I thought President Bush would have resigned by now. But I am happy about a permanent home in Crawford."

According to the moonbats led by Mother Sheehan, the locals in Crawford need to direct their anger at President Bush because he foisted Cindy onto them. If President Bush has just resigned as Cindy and her fellow demented supporters had demanded then the the folks in Crawford wouldn't have to deal with all the moonbat protesters.


TrackBack

Listed below are links to weblogs that reference Cindy Sheehan: Bush Forced me to Buy Property:

» Unpartisan.com Political News and Blog Aggregator linked with Cindy Sheehan Now Bush's Neighbor

» Stander's Point linked with If You Can't Beat 'Em, Move In With 'Em

Comments (36)

Folks, that strange sound y... (Below threshold)

Folks, that strange sound you heard was the sound of millions of sane people all slapping their foreheads in disbelief at Sheehan's idiocy.

Ms. Ramsey is so ticked at ... (Below threshold)
Jumpinjoe:

Ms. Ramsey is so ticked at the deception that was used to purchase the property that she is going to talk to a lawyer.

It's up to us, the people, to break immoral laws, and resist. As soon as the leaders of a country lie to you, they have no authority over you. These maniacs have no authority over us. And they might be able to put our bodies in prison, but they can't put our spirits in prison. Cindy Sheehan

So Cindy, since you are so virtuous in your position, does this apply to everyday life situations. Once you use deception in your transaction, do your new neighbors have the right to resist your presence and claim you have no authority over your new property?

Just wondering........


I'm still wondering if the ... (Below threshold)

I'm still wondering if the Katrina victim who bought the property for Sheehan with Sheehan's money received any benefits that many places are giving to Katrina victims. If Sheehan gets the property without having to give up those benefits, that would be called "fraud." Well, it's already called "fraud," but this actually would have legal ramifications.

Sheehan: "I thought Preside... (Below threshold)

Sheehan: "I thought President Bush would have resigned by now."

This particular comment by Sheehan illustrates why I call her a Lead-Head. [Click here for explanation of Lead-Head.]

Sheehan is so out of touch with reality that even moonbats know it.

She is so far out in orbit that NASA can't get a radar fix on her.

Maybe if President Bush gav... (Below threshold)
Wayne:

Maybe if President Bush gave Cindy Sheehan her desired meeting TWO YEARS AGO, the great people of Crawford would not have to endure this. His refusal to meet with her (which would have probably been cordial) would have taken away all of her ammo to protest. Her upsetness and her demands that he resign are a result from his refusal to talk. This lack of transparency (both from the President and the Vice-President) has been the basis for Democratic trying to derail everything the president does.
In addition, if the two parties (Republican and Democrat) would quit their extreme views, the country would be in a better place that it is today.

Cindy used "deception" to b... (Below threshold)
Ima Hick:

Cindy used "deception" to buy property.

Mr. Bush used WMD as deception to invade Iraq.

Which is worse?

Maybe if Presiden... (Below threshold)
Jumpinjoe:
Maybe if President Bush gave Cindy Sheehan her desired meeting TWO YEARS AGO, the great people of Crawford would not have to endure this.

Sorry to hear you missed the memo Wayne, but Cindy did meet with the President at Fort Lewis.

Mr. Bush used ... (Below threshold)
Jumpinjoe:

Mr. Bush used WMD as deception to invade Iraq.

You lefties need a better memo distribution method. Obviously you missed the one where the previous Commander in Chief told us over and over that Iraq was a threat due to WMD. We even had a military operation called "Operation Desert Fox" that was meant to destroy said WMD.

Only a "hick" out in the boonies would have missed that.


I guess Mister Hick in the ... (Below threshold)
SmartGuy:

I guess Mister Hick in the Boonies also missed the news stories that WMD's actually WERE found in Iraq. Maybe he just watches CNN.

Unless her new digs are at ... (Below threshold)
mojo:

Unless her new digs are at the front gate of the President's ranch, what exactly is the point?

Have fun preaching to the cows and jackrabbits, Lead-head.

Bush forced her to buy this... (Below threshold)

Bush forced her to buy this property?

Sorta like reverse eminent domain? :-)

Bush shown kissing <br /... (Below threshold)
Jumpinjoe:

Bush shown kissing
Cindy in family pix

Online photographs of Sheehans show 1st meeting with president here.

You're absolutely correct, ... (Below threshold)
Lee:

You're absolutely correct, Wayne. Bush blew it, big time. He ignored an American who disagreed with him - which has now become the signature of the Republican party (people who don't agree with them simply don't exist).

The good news is that George paid big time for that mistake, taking a huge hit in popularity as a result.

Uh, Lee/Wayne, he did meet ... (Below threshold)

Uh, Lee/Wayne, he did meet with her. Don't let the evidence of that get past your thick skulls.

But hey, all Cindy wants is to be an attention whore by dragging her son through the muck. Someone should also tell her the definition of re-enlisting, which Casey did. Obviously he wanted to go back...

Bush forced her t... (Below threshold)
Jumpinjoe:
Bush forced her to buy this property?

Sorta like reverse eminent domain?

Yes, an excellent Bizzaro-world scenario.

Besides, Cindy does live in the alternate world where terrorists don't exist.

When I was growing up, it was 'Communists'. Now it's 'Terrorists'. So you always have to have somebody to fight and be afraid of, so the war machine can build more bombs, guns, and bullets and everything.

Cindy Sheehan

We should call her new homestead Bizzaro-Ranch. That seems appropriate.

Note: Bizzaro-World is the alternate universe in the Superman comics where up is down and left is right etc, etc, etc......


Lee, considering Bush is no... (Below threshold)

Lee, considering Bush is not running for re-election, I don't think it matters if his popularity took a hit or not. But don't worry, keep focusing on a man who can't run again instead of finding a viable candidate for your own party.

Hmmm.I for one wel... (Below threshold)
ed:

Hmmm.

I for one welcome liberals who seek to oppose the re-election of President Bush. And I hope they will stick to their principles and continue opposing his re-election all the way through 2025.

Just wait until one of the ... (Below threshold)

Just wait until one of the moonbat wasteoids gets a possession bust from the local sherrif, even though it'll result from him/her/it being stopped for driving erratically (parking in someone's living room) it'll be a sure sign that Bush has ordered the local law enforcement to frame him/her/it to make them look bad. The Leftards will be all over the story, claiming it's proof positive that the US has become a theocracy ruled by Dictator Bush and the blakc helicopters are already hovering, everywhere. Lee will be one of the first to join in on the fun. Tinfoil doesn't block mind control rays, it amplifies them.

Lee says: "You're absolutel... (Below threshold)
Red Fog:

Lee says: "You're absolutely correct, Wayne. Bush blew it, big time."

Lookie, Lee and Wayne in a mutual admiration circle jerk. Too bad Bush "ingnored" your call for nuking Islam

Sheehan has a point. Just a... (Below threshold)
Ken Hoop:

Sheehan has a point. Just ask William Buckley who also averred were Bush a European he would have had to step down by now, had he led one of their countries to quagmire.

Ken,But Bush is no... (Below threshold)
Red For:

Ken,

But Bush is not the leader of a European country just like Cindy Crawford is not the Mayor of Baghdad. So William F. Buckley pontificates for the libral mindset to maintain a television rating ... is there any meat with this potato?

Lee and Wayne want to know.

Funny, I don't recall any G... (Below threshold)
PMain:

Funny, I don't recall any German or French leaders for stepping over 10+% unemployment rate for the last 6 decades. How about over the 15,000 Frenchmen that lost their lives because of the heat wave or thier quagmire in Vietnam. I don't recall Kennedy or Johnson stepping down because of the "quagmire" of Vietnam they started. We don't even have a signed cease fire agreement w/ No. Korea & it's been what 50+ years... strikes me as a quagmire. Or do they not count because the wars in question were started by Democrats? Wow, that duly elected, fully functioning government in Bosnia surely isn't a quagmire, right? The selectivity that liberals use to profess a point truly astonds. Yes it is apparent you do not like George Bush, but please try to apply something close to a valid point before professing your recycled, completely bunked views.

The real quagmire is a party that is bleeding, running without an agenda, has no new ideas & whose sole success depends upon American soldiers dying & the economy tanking. The Democrats domestic policy completely echoes Johnson's or Carter's & we all know what financial windfalls those led to.

Sheehan has a poin... (Below threshold)
marc:
Sheehan has a point. Just ask William Buckley who also averred were Bush a European he would have had to step down by now, had he led one of their countries to quagmire.

Posted by: Ken Hoop at July 29, 2006 05:15 PM

Really?

Then why is Jacques Chirac still in power after entering into and remaining in the Ivory Coast's, Quagmire.

It's so fun blowing big hol... (Below threshold)
Red Fog:

It's so fun blowing big holes into the liberal mindset. These dumb and dumber guys desparately cling to debunked moonbat talking points like old pictures of a high school lover turned street hooker.

Yeah, Cindy. Bush should "... (Below threshold)

Yeah, Cindy. Bush should "step down" and let the VP take over.

Yeah. That's the ticket.

Cheney. Or if you prefer, Hastert.

Sounds fine to me.

The gift that just keeps gi... (Below threshold)
jerseychris:

The gift that just keeps giving. Cindy just can't do enough to help the Republican Party.

Hmmmm.Jus... (Below threshold)
ed:

Hmmmm.

Just ask William Buckley who also averred were Bush a European he would have had to step down by now

And if Bush were born Chinese he'd have slanted eyes. So what?

Anybody else want to come up with an even sillier statement?

Listening to the moonbat mo... (Below threshold)

Listening to the moonbat morons makes me wonder, "How is it they are ever even competitive?"

Then I remember: public education, "dumbing down our youth since 1962" . . .

::-)

I say judge the competitive... (Below threshold)
Lee:

I say judge the competitiveness of us liberals by our results.

The Republican administration and the Republican-led Congress have been unceremoniously dumped by the American People over the last two years -- and Cindy started it all in July 2005 -- check out July 2005 on the chart (linked above) at the inflection point - the "tipping point" of the Decline of the Republican Party.

Your party turned its back on a grieving mother, and did it in front of the entire country. It only took one mother asking "Why?" to bring the Republican Party to it's knees.

Cindy used "deception" t... (Below threshold)

Cindy used "deception" to buy property.

Mr. Bush used WMD as deception to invade Iraq.

Which is worse?

Posted by: Ima Hick

It appears that Ima Hick never read the Joint Resolution to Authorize the Use of United States Armed Forces Against Iraq that Congress passed late in 2002.

According to the resolution, members of Congress - both Republicans and Democrats - believed that Iraq still possessed WMDs.

Plus, members of Congress - both Republicans and Democrats - believed that there were other reasons for sending the U.S. military into Iraq.

Here is an excerpt from the resolution:

"Whereas members of al Qaida, an organization bearing responsibility for attacks on the United States, its citizens, and interests, including the attacks that occurred on September 11, 2001, are known to be in Iraq;

Whereas Iraq continues to aid and harbor other international terrorist organizations, including organizations that threaten the lives and safety of American citizens . . ."

Lee wrote, "Your party t... (Below threshold)

Lee wrote, "Your party turned its back on a grieving mother, and did it in front of the entire country."

What a piece of nonsense!

President Bush had aready met with Cindy Sheehan before she started her protesting, and the entire country knows it.

Plus, Sheehan isn't the only grieving mother who had a son killed in Iraq.

What about all of the other grieving mothers who continue to support the President?

Oops! I clicked "Post" inst... (Below threshold)

Oops! I clicked "Post" instead of "Preview".

Please pardon my spelling error.

If I were the President, I'... (Below threshold)

If I were the President, I'd sell the ranch forthwith! Clearly the neighborhood is going downhill fast!

Talk about leeches - Cindy Sheehan can accomplish nothing on her own but has to suck fame from her dead son's bones and from a President of the United States who has many more important concerns than HER sorry self!

In my book, Cindy Sheehan i... (Below threshold)
Red Fog:

In my book, Cindy Sheehan is being exploited by the dems in a truly grotesque way. Like having sex with a grieving relative after the funeral. Or protesting outside of a U.S. soldier's funeral. No clue about dignaty and decorum. Oh well. Hey Cindy, Lee wants you to blow him.

"Whereas members of al Qaid... (Below threshold)
Ugly John:

"Whereas members of al Qaida, an organization bearing responsibility for attacks on the United States, its citizens, and interests, including the attacks that occurred on September 11, 2001, are known to be in Iraq;"


Members of Al Qaida who were responsible for 911 came from Saudi Arabia also. Let's invade Saudi Arabia. Or Egypt. Or instead, let's invade Cuba, at least it'd be closer so soldiers who survive can go home on leave.

Well as well all should kno... (Below threshold)
Bigperm:

Well as well all should know...Cynthia McKinney is gonna join Cindy in a vow to make the presidents life a living hell...I guess Mckinney will get her "friends" that lost their sons in the war to take their insurance money and buy more property...sounds like another Waco brewing over there...i just wonder which of the two crazies is gonna want the compound named after them...SheehanLand or McKinneyVille




Advertisements









rightads.gif

beltwaybloggers.gif

insiderslogo.jpg

mba_blue.gif

Follow Wizbang

Follow Wizbang on FacebookFollow Wizbang on TwitterSubscribe to Wizbang feedWizbang Mobile

Contact

Send e-mail tips to us:

[email protected]

Fresh Links

Credits

Section Editor: Maggie Whitton

Editors: Jay Tea, Lorie Byrd, Kim Priestap, DJ Drummond, Michael Laprarie, Baron Von Ottomatic, Shawn Mallow, Rick, Dan Karipides, Michael Avitablile, Charlie Quidnunc, Steve Schippert

Emeritus: Paul, Mary Katherine Ham, Jim Addison, Alexander K. McClure, Cassy Fiano, Bill Jempty, John Stansbury, Rob Port

In Memorium: HughS

All original content copyright © 2003-2010 by Wizbang®, LLC. All rights reserved. Wizbang® is a registered service mark.

Powered by Movable Type Pro 4.361

Hosting by ServInt

Ratings on this site are powered by the Ajax Ratings Pro plugin for Movable Type.

Search on this site is powered by the FastSearch plugin for Movable Type.

Blogrolls on this site are powered by the MT-Blogroll.

Temporary site design is based on Cutline and Cutline for MT. Graphics by Apothegm Designs.

Author Login



Terms Of Service

DCMA Compliance Notice

Privacy Policy