Thursday, August 18, 2005

Thanks, Cindy 

And notice the "grief" spin in the lead:

The grieving woman who started an anti-war demonstration near President Bush's ranch nearly two weeks ago left the camp Thursday after learning her mother had had a stroke, but she told supporters the protest would go on.

Cindy Sheehan told reporters she had just received the phone call and was leaving immediately to be with her 74-year-old mother at a Los Angeles hospital.

''I'll be back as soon as possible if it's possible,'' she said. After hugging some of her supporters, Sheehan and her sister, Deedee Miller, got in a van and left for the Waco airport about 20 miles away.

Sheehan, whose 24-year-old son Casey died in Iraq, said the makeshift campsite off the road leading to Bush's ranch would continue.

The camp has grown to more than 100 people, including many relatives of soldiers killed in Iraq. After Sheehan left, dozens of the demonstrators gathered under a canopy to pray for her mother.
(via Times)

I love the spin in the headline, too: "Protestor Leaves Crawford to Tend to Ill Mother."

Protestor? How about... Citizen!

NOTE Why is the Times pulling stories off the AP wire if Jodie Will-Whore-Em's on the scene? But then, she's probably inside the Bush compound anyhow. On her knees. Praying, of course.

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