Gut Rumbles
 

August 16, 2005

my, my!

Can you serve divorce papers on a non-flying dingbat? I know that it's poor sportsmanship to shoot a bird on the ground, but I'm NOT sure that dingbats deserve the same respect.

I say get them when you can.

You GO, girl! Go away.

Comments

I would leave my wife also if she disrespected

my dead sons memory as she is.Just what

the hell is she thinking. Her son volunteered

to go back there .....the second time. If he

didn`t believe why was he there? Shame on you Cindy.

Posted by: arathorn on August 16, 2005 10:31 AM

He needs to get rid of the bitch, she is fucked up, Cat

Posted by: catfish on August 16, 2005 10:35 AM

After the death of a child, for whatever reason, many couples tank. Something happens to the relationship that just changes things. I wonder how much their son's death itself contributed to the break-up and how much her acting like a complete moron drove it over the edge.

Posted by: James Hooker, Ace of aces on August 16, 2005 10:51 AM

I can hear the women and feminazis wailing now - It's HIS fault!!!

Bullshit. This woman has done it to herself, but in keeping with the currently politically-correct attitude that all-men-are-scum, this poor bastard will be made out to be the villan.

Posted by: maggot on August 16, 2005 11:57 AM

Whatever you think of her politics you must admit she's a PR genius.

I got a friend who need your help A-man. Can you find her a crackerbox somewhere in your neck of the Georgia woods?

She's a very nice conservative expatriate American woman living in Iceland. Last night in a bar she explained to me that she first came to Iceland with the Air Force years ago, but got drummed out for getting pregnant.

She married the father, an Icelandic man, had the baby here, and about five years ago got divorced.

Now, she wants to move back to the states and is trying to get a job as a teacher in America (she's an English teacher here) because she thinks this is a bad place to raise kids.

She allows that the schools here are good, the free health care is nice, the streets clean and safe, etc., and thinks all that would be worse in the states.

But Iceland is a "bad moral climate" for children because (a) people don't go to church, (b) increasingly, both heterosexual and gay couples get some kind of registered partnerships rather than marriages per se which are understood here in strictly religious terms, and (c) the sex education curriculum here allegedly teaches people that it's okay to have sex outside of marriage as long as you use a condom.

Will you help her out?

Posted by: Noby on August 16, 2005 12:26 PM

Hell... she can come live with me--- if she'll clean my house.

Posted by: Acidman on August 16, 2005 12:34 PM

It's pretty obvious to anyone with a brain by now that Casey Sheehan joined the military to get away from his insane, overbearing, narcissistic mother.

She gave an interview where she blatantly admitted that her suffering outweighed the emotional needs of her other children, who are dealing with their own trauma since Casey's death, including drving one to drink.

She still doesn't get it-- Bush can't send his daughters to Iraq because it's their choice to whether or not to enlist, not their father's just as it was Casey's choice to enlist to escape his mother's controlling, icy grasp.

Posted by: Chris on August 16, 2005 05:23 PM

've been wondering what it is about Cindy Sheehan that's gotten under people's skin.

Her loss is horrible and everyone can see that she is deeply pained. Only the lowest, cretinous gasbags are crude enough to attack her in her grief. Unfortunately there seem to be many of those at this site.

She's a very articulate person and she's incredibly sincere. But she's touched a deeper nerve than just the personal one.

This war is over. Only Bush and the gasbag cretins haven't realized it--yet.

Posted by: Ben on August 16, 2005 06:16 PM

"Her loss is horrible and everyone can see that she is deeply pained. Only the lowest, cretinous gasbags are crude enough to attack her in her grief."

Spare me. She's no more deeply pained than any other parent that has lost someone in this war. The difference is that they are not sacrificing the dignity of themselves or their sons and daughters in order to score cool points with the Blame America First crowd. May I remind you that Casey re-enlisted IN SPITE of his mother's wishes that he separate? That's about as thorough a rebuke of his mother's current stance as one can get, but it doesn't stop tools like you from fetishizing her.

"Unfortunately there seem to be many of those at this site. "

That's because we aren't blinded by BDS, unlike the Sainted One's supporters.

"She's a very articulate person and she's incredibly sincere. But she's touched a deeper nerve than just the personal one."

Yeah, she's using her son's corpse as a Miss America sash to try and deflect any criticism of her political beliefs.(Hat tip:Steve) If that doesn't strike a nerve, you must be in a coma. And she's only as articulate as the rabid lefty talking points she spews allow her to be. Take away the rhetoric, and she's a bitter woman who's completely self-absorbed, allows her own grief to take precedence over that of her other children's, and can't get past the fact that Casey not only didn't tell her that he was joining up until just before he left, but refused to separate to appease her.

"This war is over. Only Bush and the gasbag cretins haven't realized it--yet."

Cretinous gasbags? Gasbag cretins? Your brain must rattle around like a BB in a boxcar. If you think this war is over, you've got your head so far in the sand you must be fluent in mandarin by now. Come back when you've actually investigated the situation without your knee jerking and Bush Hate-O-Meter blowing its top. Then you might have something useful to contribute besides this unoriginal tripe.


Posted by: Chris on August 16, 2005 08:52 PM


This war is over Chris. The majority of Americans realize this, but you are the one with your head in the sand. Time to come up for air and face the facts.

Posted by: JohnS on August 17, 2005 04:13 AM

Really, John? What "facts" can you possibly tell someone like me, who is in the military and has to deal with this war on a daily basis, that would convince me that it is over? Or do you simply have nothing to offer but "i'm rubber you're glue" and appeals to popularity?

Posted by: Chris on August 17, 2005 08:34 AM
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