Skip to comments.Lost: Where Are Sheryl Crow’s Antiwar T-Shirts?
Posted on 09/02/2011 6:03:38 AM PDT by AustralianConservative
Seasonal anti-interventionist, Sheryl Crow, has lost her antiwar T-shirts. Or she is making hypocrisy not war.
Curiously, the singer-songwriter supported Bill Clinton when he dispatched the military overseas forty-four times during his eight years a modern record, according to historian Thomas Woods.
Crow also traveled with Hillary and the comedian Sinbad to the Balkans.
Bill Clintons anti-Serb campaigns were legendary.
Yet, in 2003, Crow mysteriously advocated pacifism, pleading with Bush 43 to appease Saddam Hussein, because interventionism was evil. To make her point, she strutted around in her War Is Not The Answer T-shirt, at The American Music Awards, without providing a strategic alternative.
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Selective Non Interventionalism.
Or, rather, she’s just a dfc.
“All we are saying....is give (Obama’s) war a chance.”
My recollection is that Sheryl Crows cause celebre was to convert everyone in the country to stop killing trees by restricting their TP use to one square per bathroom visit. Really.
Maybe that Tshirt came in handy to wipe her dubious rear.
She cut them up into small stripes to be used instead of toilet tissue.
Shes a complete dolt.
I’m also waiting for ABC news to read the names of all of the U.S. military personnel killed in Afghanistan since Obama has been in office.
crow will never speak out against her lord and evildoer obama.
A cunning stunt, to say the least.
That is profound ! Must add to the repetoire.
Always learning on FR, always learning.
Democrat bombs are filled with hope and change.
More word-fun for you onona:
Bill Clinton: Master Debater or Just A Cunning Linguist?
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