Skip to comments.Soldier's Mother to Bush: "Why did you kill my son"
Posted on 08/07/2005 3:47:59 PM PDT by sdk7x7
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Sorry you lost your son. You lost him by dishonoring his name. His memory and sacrifice belongs to us now. He's a hero to the Iraqi and American People but apparently not to you.
I can understand her responding this way once or twice but it has gone far beyond that. She has turned this into a mission to attack President Bush and what she calls his "murderous policies". She seems to be determined to do all she can to damage Bush's credibility. Whether she intends to or not when she calls Bush a muderer she is campaigning against the war on terror. This kind of talk emboldens our enemy and endangers our military.
Yes I see that. My take, based on the initial reports that Drudge linked today of her original response after meeting GW, is that the leftists have manipulated her when she was in a vulnerable grieving time and managed to twist her around to where she is now attacking GW.
And I agree with the statement that it emboldens etc.
I think its the leftists manipulating a women along with their willing accomplices in the press. who are exploiting her and her loss to their own political ends.
By taking cold-blooded advantage of this shattered soul's grief.
These leftist HAFs, "Hate Amerika Firsters", prove once again, that they are vile beyond words.
VILE beyond words.
She already met with him.
Oh, they were saying earlier today that a local politician threatened to have her arrested.
Are you sure he is dead lady and not just hiding from your stupidity?
You're so right. Liberals are shameless and they're playing this woman like a fiddle at a time when she is the most vulnerable. Some day hopefully she will see how they used her. That is unless she's just a very willing participant.
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