Former Comrades turned adversariesSFGate writes:
Pelosi, a Democrat, easily won her primary Tuesday. But left-wing peace (sic) protester Cindy Sheehan, angry that Pelosi hasn't pushed harder to end the Iraq war, is making plans to challenge Pelosi in November as an independent. If Sheehan makes it on the ballot, her candidacy could stir interest even though Pelosi is not seen as being at risk.
Sheehan, whose son Casey was killed in Iraq, gained international attention by running a peace vigil (sic) with her followers outside President Bush's Texas ranch in 2005.
FLASHBACK - Cindy Sheehan & her followers in Crawford, TX, 2005, including Jesse Jackson, Al Sharpton, and the "we hate George Bush too" liberal media
Mama Moonbat didn't have a chance to win. Besides, she spent more time campaigning overseas with Muslim Brotherhood and other extremist groups than she did in San Francisco.
Cindy Sheehan has made the plunge (and not the Nestea one) from liberal media darling to becoming an answer to a trivia question. Like Bill and Hillary Clinton, she has been tossed aside by liberal politicians and a Bush hating media, after they used her for all she's worth. Below is Cindy Sheehan today.
Photo by sfcitizen.com, from MelanieMorgan.com
Sheehan's dream of unseating House Speaker Nancy Pelosi came to a screeching halt Tuesday night with Pelosi's landslide victory. Sheehan is finished. Right? Not so fast, says the commie crowd.
The five commies who still follow Cindy Sheehan like she still has any relevance are bound to be disappointed. Pigs have a better chance of flying than her getting on the ballot in November to challenge Pelosi once again.
Now, if there was only a stagehand with those big hooks to pull her off the stage, because she's outlasted her 15 minutes.