Friday, September 16, 2005

Sheehan Pimps Katrina's Grief

I sincerely hope that after THIS the Left in this country will come to see what the Right knew the first time she opened her mouth. She is an uneducated blathering fool.

Her account of moral authority, once full, is now in deficit.

But I have to admit, she has learned how to steal the thunder of other's suffering and loss from the best in the grief pimping business, the righteous revrunds Jackson and Sharpton.


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