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Cindy Sheehan is an Insult to Latino servicemen and women.

I wrote a post on Cindy Sheehan's Huffington Post blog, but it is being reviewed. Honestly, from what I read on that blog, the only ones that get to comment are the left wing liberals that believe in all the trash coming out of her mouth. Because it probably won't be posted, I decided to post it here.

I find it funny that this woman feels so empowered. Who made her think she can speak for the American people? Oh, ya, the media did. To bad she doesn't know how to choose her friends better. She would be a little more in touch with reality if she did. All comments aside, its truly sad what this women is doing to herself, and the memory of her son.
Dear Cindy (and your left wing handlers),

You say, "And when the people speak out, it's the president's responsibility to listen." Well, listen to this--he is listening! He is listening to the will of the people that voted him into power, and who support the fight for the freedom of Iraq and Afghanistan and the fight against terror.

You DO NOT represent the people. You do not represent the men & women that are on the field fighting for us. More importantly, you do not represent the millions of citizens that consider you an insult and an embarrassment to our country, and an aid to the enemy.

I feel for your loss. Now shut up, go home, and stop causing trouble!

Let me tell you another thing. You do not represent the millions of Latino men & women that have chosen--yes, chosen out of their free will--to express their gratitude, to improve their lives, and to give back to the country that has adopted them.

You show less patriotism and respect for the founding values of this nation, than many immigrants who are now our guests. Come on Cindy--shut up and go home. You are embarrassing us in front of the whole world! You have a right to speak up, and I have a right to tell you what a fool you are making of yourself.

~ Josué Sierra
A Latino Conservative Blog
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