Sheehan said she felt that her son did not die for a noble cause, but that he died in a war that was based on "lies and betrayal" i.e. no weapons of mass destruction, no proven links to Al Qaeda, etc.
Her credibility was dramatically affected by contradicting statements and by a general inability to express herself coherently, especially in reference to the connection between the death of her son and Bush's decision to start an illegitimate war and subsequently continue his conquest for total world domination.
Sheehan's protest was effectively ended when the nation's news media fled Crawford to report on hurricane Katrina which struck the gulf coast region on August 29th 2005.
"I met with him and I know he doesn't care." - Cindy Sheehan, 2005
Old-fashioned people think that a grief-stricken war mother shouldn't have her own full-time PR flack. After her third profile on "Entertainment Tonight," she's no longer a grieving mom; she's a C-list celebrity trolling for a book deal or a reality show.
Shedding light, Cindy Sheehan shows us what Democrats would say if they thought they were immunized from disagreement. Sheehan has called President Bush "that filth-spewer and warmonger." She says "America has been killing people on this continent since it was started" and "the killing has gone on unabated for over 200 years." She calls the U.S. government a "morally repugnant system" and says, "This country is not worth dying for." Every time this gal opens her trap, Michael Moore gets a residuals check.
Evidently, however, there are some things worth killing for. Cindy Sheehan said she only seemed calm "because if I started hitting something, I wouldn't stop 'til it was dead." It's a wonder Bush won't meet with her.
2. For medical understanding of Cindy Sheehan see Sheehan's Syndrome