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Wednesday, May 30, 2007

Cindy Sheehan's Letter of Resignation

I have rediscovered that I really enjoy the writing process. There are a multitude of topics that can be discussed with various other "bloggers" with a variety of opinions. I enjoyed the article about Cindy Sheehan resigning her "post" as the poster child for anti-war and the left wing! Only a mother who has lost a child could possibly understand her pain and I have not had to suffer that type of horror! However, in her pain, she is not honoring her son and what he fought for when she associates with people like Hugo Chavez and others of this sort! Nor are her words an honor to him. He apparently volunteered and was willing to serve and die for his country and what he believed. I am proud of him and all of the young men and women who serve in our armed forces. I did not choose that route when I was younger but I know a lot of people who did. Instead of tearing them down, we need to be praying for them daily, honoring their efforts and supporting their families! I think that would be a much better use of a person's time than spending it camped out for weeks at Crawford, because you want some sort of revenge!

She states in her letter that she has lost her marriage and her relationships with her other children are strained at best. It seems she may have gotten her priorities out of place for a time period. Let's pray that she is able to mend those relationships as there is nothing on earth more precious than spending time with those we love. If anyone should understand that priceless gift, it should be this woman.

4 comments:

WomanHonorThyself said...

sorry hun..but good riddance to bad rubbish is all I have to say!..added ya to my blogroll too!..:)

Strawberry said...

Thank you for adding me to your blogroll! It is an honor. :)

As for the other - I would have to say that maybe she needs to find some country that she feels is worthy of her support.

WomanHonorThyself said...

amen to that girl!

Incognito said...

She didn't wait long to find another cause, though.