Americans may recall, it began with a Sweet aside and grew into a [Glenn Beck] beckon. Now, the stage is set. The audience is explosive. Words of woe are shouted from every hall. For more than a month the media has given rise to the troublesome message. The reason for health care reform; the Obama Administration yearns to provide a platform for "stealth reparations."
Though I did not see or hear the dialogue, when I heard of it, I was struck. Senator John McCain, a former Prisoner of War, admittedly, does not always agree with the President. However, today, this compassionate conservative offered his support.
In an interview aired on Fox News the Senator stated, “I have seen him, I have seen his care, and I have seen him grieve. And I'm sure he wouldn't like to hear me say this, but I saw him afterwards. He was very, very grieved. And that's the job of the President of the United States. He fully appreciates the tragedy of the loss of these brave young Americans.”
However, Cindy Sheehan does not believe that Mr. Bush cares.
• If you have not before, Please listen to Cindy and hear her plea. Look into her eyes; see her face, her tears, and her pain. Again, I offer the link to an advertisement paid for by the Gold Star Families for Peace. I think this a worthwhile viewing. The singular spokesperson is Cindy Sheehan. She speaks to the President and asks him to care as he has not in the past.