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Patterico has Galloway on Tour.

Saddam supporter George Galloway is going on tour, and will be making a stop in Los Angeles on September 22. (Here is some background on Galloway generally, and here is some background information from Clint Taylor on some of Galloway’s apparent lies to Congress.) I am considering going — to heckle, hand out leaflets, ask embarrassing questions, and/or generally make a stink. Anyone else interested?

P.S. Armed Liberal is interested in handing out leaflets. He says the crowd will be thick with Hollywood types. Jane Fonda might speak, and so might Sean Penn — fresh off his heroic rescue efforts with his personal photographer and his tiny, leaking boat.

This guy is a real MORON.

Flap will be there to protest this SCUM.

If anyone else wants to go…….e-mail Flap or Patterico.

The information is here:

Los Angeles, CA
Thursday, September 22, 7pm
George Galloway, MP, speaking with
Michel Shehadeh, LA 8, National Council of Arab Americans
Pablo Paredes, US Navy petty officer who refused to ship out to Iraq, served 3 months hard-labor for his anti-war stand

Immanuel Presbyterian Church
3300 Wilshire Blvd.
Contact,, or 310-404-1739 for more info
Co-Sponsored locally by: KPFK 90.7, US Labor Against War (LA); Mexican-American Political Association (MAPA); Addicted to War-Frank Dorrell; ANSWER LA; Coalition Against Militarism in our Schools (CAMS)
Tickets are $12, available througn:

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raq war protester Cindy Sheehan (R) speaks to the media outside the office of Senator Dianne Feinstein in San Francisco, California, September 9, 2005. Sheehan, who says her focus now will be Congress, met with staff of Senator Feinstein to discuss the war in Iraq.

The ASSociated Press has Sheehan criticizes Feinstein on war.

Cindy Sheehan, who led anti-war protests at President Bush’s Texas ranch last month, criticized Sen. Dianne Feinstein’s refusal to support an immediate withdrawal of American troops from Iraq.

The Vacaville mother, whose 24-year-old soldier son was killed last year in Iraq, brought her anti-war campaign to San Francisco, where she met with the California senator’s state director before speaking to supporters and reporters Friday.

”If she is a strong leader, and if she’s strong about bringing the troops home, we will support her,” Sheehan said. ”If she is not, we will withdraw our support from her.”

She said Feinstein’s reasons for supporting the occupation in Iraq were ”very bogus.”

Ok and Senator Feinstein what are your policy disagreements with President Bush and the Bush Administration?

The Democratic senator was in Washington, D.C., on Friday, but would be willing to meet with Sheehan if asked, said Feinstein spokesman Howard Gantman.

Feinstein ”has had major disagreements with the way the war has been carried out” but believes immediate withdrawal ”would lead to civil war,” Gantman said.

And DiFi what are your SPECIFIC major policy disagreements? Would you please articulate these for the voters of California.

Remember, when Sheehan was in Crawford, Texas, not one mainstream Democrat politician supported her.

Even Howard Dean, Democrat National Chairman, who ran as an anti-Iraq War presidential candidate last year did not come to her support – in any way.

Is it because Sheehan is exposing the Emperor Wearing NO Clothes?

Or is it the Democrats have no policy disagreements with the President……just moronic noise to help win elections?

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Patterico has it RIGHT.


Better choices.

Flap handicaps a woman nominee to replace retiring Justice Sandra Day O’Connor:

Janice Rogers Brown

Edith Clement

Edith Hollan Jones

Priscilla Owen

Senator Arlen Specter, Chairman of the Senate Judiciary Committee agrees.

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