Cindy Sheehan Loser (Refresh)
Created on: February 9th, 2006
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February 9th, 2006
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I don't know why we don't hang this traitor.
February 9th, 2006
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When her opinion includes calling our President a "Terrorist" and hobknobing with Chavez.... ya F#$@ her opinions.
February 9th, 2006
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F*ck that B*tch
February 9th, 2006
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Why the f*ck is this on nsfw? Max that liberal coward Hebe needs to stop slogging Al Franken's schwantz.
February 9th, 2006
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February 23rd, 2006
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I don't mind anti-war people, but I hate Commie pinko scum.
April 30th, 2006
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I had no idea she even had a book. Funny stuff though.
July 7th, 2006
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wow the ignorance is over welming
July 24th, 2006
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f*cking awesome ytmnd, f*ck cindy sheehan and liberals
August 29th, 2006
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lolol my farts smell like gun oil
September 18th, 2006
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sweeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeet!
September 21st, 2006
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Do you know anything about Venezuela or how her son was recruited? Thats what i thought. STFU
September 21st, 2006
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Ignorance huh? This is a quote of your smart writer. "I am watching CNN and it is 100 percent (Hurricane) Rita...even though it is a little wind and a little rain...it is bad, but there are other things going on in this country today...and in the world!!!!"
September 21st, 2006
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"f*ck cindy sheehan and liberals". F*ck the Amerinazis I say. Don't talk to me about "support our troops". Michael Moore supports your troops, it's just that smart folk don't support Dubya Dumbass and the GodNazi Brigade. FYAD, Naziboy. FHS, Bitch.
September 21st, 2006
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The GodNazi brigade eh? That's pretty funny. It's more funny how you guys fail to see the obvious truth that extremist islamists are exactly the same as nazis. They propagandize all their citizens to hate jews, to hate America. They believe it is their mission from Allah to kill you or convert you. They will #@$#ing kill you in the name of Allah and think they are going to get laid in heaven, while you are crying how brutal the "Godnazis" are in America cuz you cant marry your boyfriend.
September 21st, 2006
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www.cannonblodder.com :P
September 21st, 2006
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also c*cks
September 21st, 2006
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f*ck you Conservative f*cknuggets
September 21st, 2006
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I can't believe there are still ignorant fools like Texa who think Bush is an awesome president. Wow... you must be a f*cking ignorant piece of sh*t.
September 22nd, 2006
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Kiernos, nobody said anything about Bush. Why does everything have to be about bashing Bush to you liberals. You'll basically do anything if it hurts the republicans, and that's your problem.
September 22nd, 2006
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4'd because i have no idea who she is.
September 22nd, 2006
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LOL I know right. It's pathetic how blind the Bush hating loonies are. They don't care that theres millions upon millions of extremists who think they must force the entire world under Sharia law, and would do so whether or not Bush was pres. All they care about is bashing Bush, because their favorite rock star tells them to.
September 26th, 2006
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"The GodNazi brigade eh? That's pretty funny. It's more funny how you guys fail to see the obvious truth that extremist islamists are exactly the same as nazis. They propagandize all their citizens to hate jews, to hate America." Support the war or you don't support our troops. Propoganda. Plain and simple. The two issues are two, not one. If you didn't support the war to begin with you were supporting terror. What a joke. Iraq and Osama were enemies. What a joke. Blame the uneducated populace.
September 26th, 2006
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"I don't mind anti-war people, but I hate Commie pinko scum." You're 7
September 26th, 2006
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WTF?! Are you just wanting us to know that your an idiot? Osama and Saddam enemies? Really? LAWL. Just because they weren't directly involved with one another does not make them enemies. Their common goal to destroy America was enough to keep them from going at each other. The point though, is that Saddam only gave comfort to enemies of the US in a time where extremist muslims are forming a war against the entire western world.
September 26th, 2006
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We can't f#@ing sit back and stay out of the middle east now and pretend it won't effect us. Either we fight a more manageable world threat to liberty now, or we wait and let our kids fight an out of hand muslim extremist world movement, set on world domination. The facts don't lie.
September 26th, 2006
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y'all go ahead and believe whatever the hell you wanna believe, y'all hear?
September 26th, 2006
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Wow, the irony of this is unbellievable.
September 26th, 2006
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And I just spelled 'unbelievable' like an uneducated ass.
September 29th, 2006
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The only irony in that last statement was in the simple fact that your pretension proves that you Are an uneducated ass! Regarding the She-Hag though, this ytmnd is much more karmic than ironic lol. And that's why Texaggie7 gets a 5.
September 30th, 2006
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sigh
October 4th, 2006
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"They don't care that theres millions upon millions of extremists who think they must force the entire world under Sharia law" - i'm more concerned with extremist Christians enforcing their own religious morality. they're already here.
October 4th, 2006
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LMAO ROFFLECOPTER!!! How is that Master? How are they forcing their morality on you? Because you can't go to your state government and change the very definition of marriage? LMAO how oppressive the Christians are OMG, next thing ya know, they will be beheading women for not wearing burkas!!!
October 4th, 2006
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well for one, my comment was a sarcastic joke. but yeah, to some degree i'm more concerned about people shoving their religious agenda in this country than i am with what another country i dont live in does. as for gay marriage, i'm from Canada - we did legalize gay marriage, and guess what? straight peoples marriage certificates still count and the world didnt end. in't that special?
October 4th, 2006
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Well, keep your eye on France, Germany, Spain and other European countries. Extremist muslims are getting stronger in those countries day by day. It is to the point where in France, when the extremist muslims march in protests, police force all dissenters away "for their own safety". There is no threat of Christians forcing their morality on you, they are stopping you from nothing. But there is a REAL threat of extremist muslims infecting the world with their virus of intolerance.
October 4th, 2006
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lol.
October 4th, 2006
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I'm not pro Islam, I think their religion is just as retarded, if not more so than christianity. dont get me wrong, i'm not of the mindset of respecting other religions in a PC way... almost all religions dont respect unbelievers or other faiths so why should i show it in return? i'm just saying that christianity already does have a ridiculous and undeserved amount of sway here, we just are used to it, but I think it can be just as dangerous... Bush claims his war was OK'd by God, I mean come on...
October 4th, 2006
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What are you talking about? What does this have to do with Christianity? This is about survival, and extremist muslims who are set upon our destruction no matter if we are, or are not in Iraq. Cindy is a mind numbed lemming that soaks up all the anticapitalist bullcrap out there. That's why she went and licked Chaves' arse. Believe you me, if this war had been waged by Clinton or any other Liberal, she would be clapping along with the rest of the liberals.
October 5th, 2006
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A land war has killed many more Americans than Osama ever did. Who OK'ed that one?
October 5th, 2006
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Also, CIA documents said that Osama and Bush were enemies and, obviously, the intelligence about WMD's was faulty and under every other president in our history would not have justified an invasion. Also, in modern society we believe that people should be held accountable for their actions, especially in time of war. That's what the Geneva Convention is all about. Yet, Bush does not want us to "point fingers" which is bs for make people be held accountable. What a joke.
October 5th, 2006
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Also, why do you care about Cindy Sheehan? I've never supported a thing she's ever said and I've never supported a second of media coverage that she's ever gotten. She has a right to say it, and the media should have the integrity to show us real news. Blame the media for giving her the false impression that she mattered. She obviously, as your site shows, doesn't. Yet, it took them quite a while to figure it out.
October 5th, 2006
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"The GodNazi brigade eh? That's pretty funny. It's more funny how you guys fail to see the obvious truth that extremist islamists are exactly the same as nazis. They propagandize all their citizens to hate jews, to hate America." American Christians propogandize all their citizens to believe that non-believers are going to burn in a mythical place whose existence can't be proven with a shred of evidence and that homosexuality is a sin on par with murder. Honestly now.
October 5th, 2006
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See, I like Korf. I'm perfectly fine with people who think Bush is going about it wrong, but still understand the threat that extremist Islam poses to the world. Criticize Bush's actions all you want, but don't call him Hilter, or say he is destroying the world and making terrorists. He is seriously trying to stop an impending disaster that the Imams of Islam want to bring down, including Prez. Imadangnutjob of Iran. He might make mistakes, but at least he has the balls to admit we must do something now.
October 5th, 2006
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"or say he is destroying the world and making terrorists." - he IS making terrorists. dude, the reports are out there. they have been seen and read and exposed. Iraq is a failure and he's done nothing but create new terrorists and fuel insurgency. why? because he fought DUMB, he's incompetent. I'm all for rooting out terrorists, but not at the cost of a nations future, and not when its done so DUMB and naive as not understanding the enemy, thinking you'd be greeted as liberators...
October 5th, 2006
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meanwhile, afghanistan is a mess and the taliban are coming back... before 9/11 they didnt hold one damn meeting about Bin Laden, they had a war on terror in afghanistan people supported and have put hundreds of billions into iraq for weapons that werent there, for an 'imminent threat' that Powell and Rice BOTH SAID OPENLY a year before it suddenly became a concern, wasnt there. I dont trust Bushs motives because he's never made a consistent case. you say he understands the evil of Islam yet...
October 5th, 2006
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he goes out of his way all the time to say its not about Islam... so what is it then? does he have a clear case about what he's doing over there regarding anything anymore? I think not, if he actually was committed to cleaning up the area he'd have committed to afghanistan and not spread the military so thin that they'd become incapable of responding to a true threat like Iran could be. Its dumb to support Bush based on 'good intentions' - everything he's said would happen... hasn't.
October 5th, 2006
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Well you didn't listen to him. He said our children and grandchildren will be fighting this same war. He never said in and out in 5 years. The infection of extremist islam is so deep in the Middle East, it's going to take decades to get things safe again. And as with EVERYTHING, things always get worse before they get better. The people who my personal friends are fighting in Iraq, they will even tell you, are not people that became terrorists because of Iraq. They would fight against America anyways.
October 5th, 2006
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The only difference is, we are fighting them in Iraq and Afghanistan instead of in Europe, or here. I know you will say that's just a Bush lie, but it's not. Until you truely understand the complete dedication these islamofacists have towards imposing Sharia law on the world, you won't understand how we are safer now. How the $#@$%#@ is the media going to tell us we are less safe when we haven't been hit since 9.11, and we werent even in IRAQ then??!?!?
October 5th, 2006
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wow, you have so much blind faith. you believe in the cause so much you'll accept any excuse for failure. good luck in your bubble...
October 5th, 2006
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"I'm perfectly fine with people who think Bush is going about it wrong, but still understand the threat that extremist Islam poses to the world." Extremist islam poses a threat. However, extremist guys who are f*cking insane named Kim Jong Il are much more of a threat. Luckily he's too retarded to realize that it takes a bit more than one stone age level economy to develop a successful nuclear weapons program.
October 5th, 2006
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Also the 9/11 attack was one of the smallest and least important terrorist attacks in the history of the world. It was a big one time bang, granted, but it is not exactly a feasible strategy to rinse and repeat as many of the other terrorist attacks around the globe have been. Burning embasies is easier than making lemonade and killing people in Israel is like going to Disneyland. We have no right to complain, honestly.
October 5th, 2006
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America deserved to be attacked for all the sh*t we do. And they deserved to be counterttacked. But we do need to stop the sh*t that made us deserving to begin with, which the Iraq war sure as hell is a step in the wrong direction. Bush has no integrity and he's a disgrace to the office of President. Also, he has taken steps to dislodge the checks and balances which is Hitleresque. Now, mind you, I don't think Bush has a master plan like Hitler. I don't think he has a plan...
October 5th, 2006
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But the destabilization and degradation of the integrity of the office of President leaves the door open for someone else to be Hitler. Listening to anything that Bush says personally or any press releases from the White House is a joke as the media has no integrity either and if they released the truth people would go insane. The truth is he's set us back 20 years in almost every aspect of his job... security, intelligence, foreign relations, ecomonics, wellfare (not the program, but the idea)
October 5th, 2006
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There is no red herring for that. His actions are indefinsible and at some point he should have realized that he was not the man for the job and resigned. The media is to blame for not being able to honestly release any information, but that is because people are uneducated and can't rationally process information without jumping to conclusions or being spin fed conclusions without second guessing them, and it can only be fixed by education which Bush... did nothing about.
October 5th, 2006
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Also the threat of Islam is not their radicalism so much as it is their potential access to nuclear weapons. I have more malice for evangelical Christians in this country because we should hold ourselves to a higher standard. There is little in the way of unbiased education in their country and dissenting from their practices is at their own peril. In America we have people telling the evangelicals that their speech is dishonest and exploitational and yet they continue on.
October 5th, 2006
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The problem is not Islamic radicalists, it is the ridiculous idea that faith has value. Faith is a valueless concept that can't be disproven and can be manipulated to literally any end. Any Christian that despises Muslims for following their beliefs and then creating a "you're all going to hell, sinners", come on now. The problem lies in the concept of faith. In faith, all things (deceptions) are possible.
October 5th, 2006
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Again, let me reiterate, extremist Islam only poses as large a threat as they have access to nuclear weapons, and no further. Iraq? Give me a break. Iran? Highly stable country, relative to the rest of the middle east, not much of a problem. North Korea? If they get their sh*t together we're all f*cked. So, no, Islamic extremism is not a direct threat to us. Destabilizing is, because it gives the extremists a greater chance at nuclear weapons slipping through the cracks.
October 5th, 2006
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In the end we're all just biding our time before we create enough chaos to allow an extremist faith based group to kill us all... or some crazy guy on an ego trip. We are certianly not in danger because some Islamic radicals flew some planes into a building after decades of planning.
October 5th, 2006
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Ya the cause of survival seems to really have an effect on me. Call me crazy.
October 5th, 2006
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You are blind sir. North Korea is nothing compared to the threat an Nuclear Iran would pose. Kim Jong Ill may be a tyrant, but he wants to keep his little miserable empire. He would choose not launching nukes over total annihilation. The Imams in Iran, and Pres Imadangnutjob, however, believe that the US is trying to prevent the coming of their savior and armageddon. Nutjob stands in front of crowds confessing this crazy belief. They would have no problem getting their own country nuked.
October 5th, 2006
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Your condescending tone on all religions is just a symptom of your closed-mindedness. Everyone bow to Dorf4 because he is just too cool for religion, and chooses to place his faith and worship in his own superiority.
October 5th, 2006
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Religions are organizations, for the most part. They are responsible for the actions under their control. However, they all use the idea of faithi, which is a dangerous, irrational, and exploitational idea. People do not sit around waiting for God to give them a clear and definite rational direction. People are led by people under the guise of "divine inspiration" to do... anything. As I said. If any given religion exploits this, then that religion is responsible for its wrongdoing.
October 5th, 2006
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As a matter of fact, Christianity and Islam are two of the most destructive of all of the religions. Christianity has been used to persecute and destroy millions of lives all in the name of blind faith. Islam is currently and has multiple times in the past done horrendous acts in the name of faith. And, in relation to Christians, muslims should be praised for their faith. After all, Islam preaches intolerance and aggressive tactics. Their destructive acts are at least in line with their faith.
October 5th, 2006
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Thus, their religion is inherently dangerous for all those who would be inclined to extremist attitudes. Christianity, on the other hand, preaches tolerance and "turn the other cheek", yet somehow people abuse the notion of faith and turn Christianity into a destructive machine. This is not a fault of Jesus or his teachings, it is a fault of the concept of faith. Kim Jong Il is irrational and delusional. At least, given that he is a man of faith, the Iranian president is rational.
October 5th, 2006
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We are quite aware of his tactics, his reasoning, and his intentions. It's all in the Koran. GW, we have no idea because he obviously hasn't read the bible. Kim Jong Il is delusional as are most dictators after living in their fantasy worlds for long enough. Also, muslim states follow the same pattern as western states... once they are responsible for governing themselves they act more like westernized nation states and look to protect the lives of their citizens and ensure their wellbeing...
October 5th, 2006
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Iran acts much more like a western state than North Korea, which is ruled by a delusional dictator. You can read about all of this. Why do you think we talk about stability in the region so much? Because stability allows for countries to govern themselves... and attacking peaceful countries does not add to stability. Iran's president is largely involved in and dedicated to improving his country's economy. I don't think he is just giving everyone enough money to buy nice suits for the apocolypse.
October 6th, 2006
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You are a hero among men.
October 6th, 2006
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Or just another dumbf*ck.
October 6th, 2006
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How many died in China and in Soviet gulags? What religion did they use to slaughter the millions of people they did? As for Imadangnutjob, you apparently are gullible for his act that he puts on for the Western World. Try to only go by what he says to his own people. Try to look at how they export terrorism. North Korea doesn't send and control terrorists in Lebanon, and Iraq. The economy of his people is the last thing on Imadangnutjob's mind.
October 6th, 2006
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Kim Jong Ill wants to stay in power. There isn't a "holy cause" he is willing to sacrifice his entire country, and more for, as is Imadangnutjob. Kim Jong is up front about his crazyness to. He doesn't come to the U.S. and put on a farce trying to lul us Americans to sleep as does Imadangnutjob. Kim Jong is just preparing for war, Imadangnutjob is preparing for the return of THE IMAM.
October 6th, 2006
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Because Texaggie really can read the minds of heads of state and tell us their intentions.
October 6th, 2006
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No, I listen to what Imadangnutjob tells his own people, not what he tells the press.
October 6th, 2006
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Doesn't explain how you can rationalize North Korea out of being a threat. The only reason we coddle them as much as we do is that our military is certain that if we went in there, it would be another Vietnam. We KNOW they have nuclear technology far exceeding that of Iran. We also know they have a massive military. Essentially we know we can't push and shove them around. It leaves the current administration at a loss for what to do, so we put on the kid gloves to handle them. Seeing this, why do you think
October 6th, 2006
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other rogue states would want nukes? Because they think it means we'll respect their leaders and their borders. And that we won't come rolling in for their oil when ours gets too expensive.
October 6th, 2006
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So you are saying we need to take out North Korea? Ok, I'll go along.
October 10th, 2006
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:0
October 25th, 2006
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Loved it.
October 25th, 2006
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5'd because liberals annoy me
October 26th, 2006
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libs phail @ liphe
October 27th, 2006
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lol, "libertarian". fail.
October 31st, 2006
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First off the cindy Sheehan book signing was hilarious, secondly North Korea is that big of a threat. Even if they try to invade south Korea, that is a entire nation hooked on starcraft you going to tell me they cant firgure out a strategy.
October 31st, 2006
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*is not that big of a threat*
November 4th, 2006
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I hope her son's ghost haunts her at night!~
May 12th, 2007
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Yup, you're Texan.
June 24th, 2007
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I could give two sh*ts about Cindy Sheehan and all of this political bulsh*t but you get a 1 because you wrote this gem of inteligence. "Or like the allies did in WW2 when they targeted to kill nazi soldiers?"