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Sheehan Announces, & Tells Of Plans To Imprison Neo-Cons

Posted by Casey on July 10, 2007

Ah, there’s nothing quite like hypocrisy in the early afternoon. The same woman who is mad that we imprison terrorist scum is a-o-k with imprisoning innocent people who are not guilty of a crime. Clearly she has been getting pointers from her buddy Hugo Chavez.

Imprisoning people who exercise their constitutional right to disagree with her … great.

Imprisoning people who have no constitutional protections, and are trying to murder you … oh hell no!


Officially announcing her run against Pelosi in 2008 if the San Francisco congresswoman doesn’t move to impeach Bush by July 23, Sheehan said she relates to the people in her home state and chided Pelosi for keeping troops in danger.

“I know what Californians care about,” said Sheehan, who plans to run as an independent. “They don’t care about the ruling power elite.”

Sorry Cindy … you don’t have the balls to defeat Pelosi in an election. Not to mention that you’ve already given her a sound bite to beat you over the head with.

It may not be an implication that she hears voices, but you’re already providing ammo for the enemy.

Then there is the whole imprison neo-cons thing. I thought it was King George … not Queen Sheehan.

It is about time us “peasants” (in the eyes of the Fascist Ruling Elite) march on DC with our “pitchforks” of righteous anger and our “torches” of truth to demand the ouster of BushCo. I have a dream of the detention centers that George has built and filled being instead filled with Orange Clad neo-cons and neo-connettes.

She goes on to “quote” Thomas Jefferson:

Thomas Jefferson said that we need a Revolution every 20 years, or so, to keep our Republic honest.

Interesting … Jefferson also said:

“Freedom of religion, freedom of the press, trial by jury, habeas corpus, and a representative legislature… I consider as the essentials constituting free government, and… the organization of the executive is interesting as it may insure wisdom and integrity in the first place, but next as it may favor or endanger the preservation of these fundamentals.” –Thomas Jefferson to Pierre Samuel Dupont de Nemours.

So what would he say about imprisoning those who disagree with you?

He also said this:

“Single acts of tyranny may be ascribed to the accidental opinion of a day; but a series of oppressions, begun at a distinguished period and pursued unalterably through every change of ministers, too plainly prove a deliberate, systematic plan of reducing [a people] to slavery.” –Thomas Jefferson: Rights of British America, 1774. (*) ME 1:193, Papers 1:125

Those would be liberal ideals. They want bigger government to make decisions for us.

Jefferson also talked about a need for secret societies. Yet the left attacks Bush for his membership in one.

He also said that war is not the most favorable action. Maybe Sheehan needs to read up on our founding fathers.


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