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Bush-haters Phillip Adams and Alan Ramsey may be surprised to learn that their deeply intellectual belief system is shared by certain residents of Murfreesboro, Tennessee. Here’s that city’s Kathleen Ferris:


Remember the plastic turkey the commander in chief took to the troops in Iraq on their first Thanksgiving there, when was it, three years ago?

Well, no, because it never happened. Ferris, an instructor at the Nashville State Community College, donated $450 to John Kerry’s campaign. Lately she’s been engaged in chain whispering with other Mother Sheehan supporters:

More than 200 people gathered in the rain last night in Centennial Park for a candlelight vigil supporting the cause of Sheehan, who has been conducting a personal vigil outside Bush’s ranch in Texas for the past few weeks.

Participants also did a “chain whisper” in each other’s ear: “We honor Casey Sheehan and other fallen soldiers. Pass it on."

I’d love to know how that line ended up after being processed by 200 Sheehan-obedient turkey whisperers ... “We hombres are soldiers for Casey Kasem. On Passover!”

Posted by Tim B. on 10/23/2005 at 08:42 AM
  1. Mother Goose

    Posted by crash on 2005 10 23 at 10:24 AM • permalink

  2. I think Adams has finally found religion what with that whole plastic turkey belief system there - “Drink this gravy, for it is my condiment”.  Perhaps they all worship here.  But what to name this exciting new religion?

    I’ll start with “Our Miracle of Ductilis Avis”.  Funny how these worshippers are the first to look down on dumb born-again ‘mercins.  It must be one of those sectarian things.

    Posted by Craig Mc on 2005 10 23 at 10:24 AM • permalink

  3. Plenty of moonbats here in Middle Tennessee. Fortunately they are outnumbered by the RWDB contingent. The Tennessean is a typical mouthpiece for the left, owned by Gannett (USA Today’s parent), and includes Dem talking points in the daily letters section. There was a plastic turkey sighting there just last week.

    Posted by Some0Seppo on 2005 10 23 at 10:47 AM • permalink

  4. Are you sure that was “chain whispering” going on? If it was a candlelight vigil in the rain, that whispering noise might just have been the sssssssssssssss of candles going out in the drizzle.

    Posted by paco on 2005 10 23 at 10:57 AM • permalink

  5. We honor Casey Sheehan and other fallen soldiers. Pass it on.

    We’re on her face and knees and mother’s calling orders: bass at dawn!

    Posted by zeppenwolf on 2005 10 23 at 11:01 AM • permalink

  6. ...the owner of Camry Sedan four door - your lights are on.

    Posted by debo.v2 on 2005 10 23 at 11:12 AM • permalink

  7. Weird horror-case Sheehan and udder full-on old dears. Basildon.

    Posted by Susan Norton on 2005 10 23 at 11:18 AM • permalink

  8. We honey the solderering irons of the KC Chiefs.  Pastry.

    Posted by David Crawford on 2005 10 23 at 12:24 PM • permalink

  9. We homies can sh!t and fall in Sista Solja. Pass the bong.

    Posted by rinardman on 2005 10 23 at 12:50 PM • permalink

  10. Hmmm....the preceding has very unintended racial overtones, for which I apologize profusely. Me bad.

    Posted by rinardman on 2005 10 23 at 12:55 PM • permalink

  11. Bushitler halliburton nobloodforoil plasticturkey. Pass it on.

    Posted by Dave S. on 2005 10 23 at 01:48 PM • permalink

  12. We hate them dumb stupid pr*cks that volunteer.  Bang a gong.

    Oops!  Holy hell the truth slipped out.

    Posted by madawaskan on 2005 10 23 at 02:13 PM • permalink

  13. Casey Sheehan voluntarily re-enlisted in the U.S. military specifically to participate in the war.  He was a willing and adult participant in what Cindy Sheehan has repeatedly called the illegal opression of the Iraqi people.

    Accordingly, the logically exclusive choices are to support Cindy Sheehan and denounce the volunteer war criminal Casey Sheehan, or to support Casey Sheehan and denounce the woman who says he voluntarily participated in an illegal and immoral war.  One cannot support mother and son without self-contradiction.

    Posted by Warmongering Lunatic on 2005 10 23 at 02:39 PM • permalink

  14. W-M-L-

    Dude you’re still trying to apply logic to these people?

    That’s the whole ever loving problem.

    Which for some stupid reason reminds me of a Supertramp song-{give me a break-when I lived in Canada you had to listen to this shat...long story on trying to keep the US out of the “Canadian Culture"(!?)-English bands had to be played by a greater ratio or something like that}-

    Now watch what you say
    Or they´ll be calling you a radical
    A liberal, oh fanatical, criminal
    Oh won´t you sign up your name
    We´d like to feel you´re
    Acceptable, respectable, oh presentable, a vegetable!
    At night when all the world´s asleep
    The questions run too deep
    For such a simple man
    Won´t you please, please tell me what we’ve learned
    I know it sounds absurd
    But please tell me who I am, who I am ,who I am.

    See the end of the song where it’s all about them?

    Well that’s the second ever loving problem with ‘em.

    Posted by madawaskan on 2005 10 23 at 03:02 PM • permalink

  15. We hollered “case o’ shite and other frickin’ nonsense”, pissed em off.

    Posted by RebeccaH on 2005 10 23 at 03:57 PM • permalink

  16. "Chain-whispering”?  Suddenly bird flu seems like such a good idea…

    Posted by richard mcenroe on 2005 10 23 at 04:12 PM • permalink

  17. Madawaskan: “But please tell me who I am, who I am ,who I am.

    “See the end of the song where it’s all about them?

    “Well that’s the second ever loving problem with ‘em.”

    That’s not only the second problem, it’s also the third.  It’s not only “all about them”, it’s also about them asking SOMEONE ELSE to TELL them who they are.

    And THAT may be problem #1 in order of magnitude.

    Posted by mamapajamas on 2005 10 23 at 05:44 PM • permalink

  18. Any others in Aus watch 60 Minutes last night about Mother Sheehan?

    There were two military gents tossed out of the tent for dissent.

    Didn’t spend much time on the people complaining that their friends/loved ones photos were being used in this campaign without permission.

    Posted by kae on 2005 10 23 at 07:08 PM • permalink

  19. The banner is “Gacy needs sailing orders, bring a gun.”

    Posted by Tommy Shanks on 2005 10 23 at 08:40 PM • permalink

  20. ’We are a case short...need orders...pasta’.

    Posted by Lucky Nutsacks on 2005 10 23 at 09:48 PM • permalink

  21. Bee pollen makes sneezin’ and swollen nostrils.  Piss on it.

    Posted by slammer on 2005 10 23 at 10:21 PM • permalink

  22. We homos suck and blow all day long.

    Posted by mr magoo on 2005 10 23 at 11:08 PM • permalink

  23. Smurf frees boro? Has someone told the U.N.
    Shouldn’t it be a chain hushed gobble?

    Posted by crash on 2005 10 24 at 12:49 AM • permalink

  24. Chain whisper… Well, at least it’s new!  Who can stand another protest puppet?

    Posted by Patricia on 2005 10 24 at 11:55 AM • permalink

  25. "I ordered a case of Shiner and offered to fellate Saddam. Don’t bogart the bong.”

    Posted by joe bagadonuts on 2005 10 24 at 11:57 AM • permalink

  26. I loved that song madawaskan.  I sang it all the time.  But I think you might be a bit wrong on the lyrics.  As I recall it went something like:

    Now watch what you say
    da da da da da a radical
    A liberal, oh fanatical, criminal
    Oh da da da da da
    da da da da da da
    Acceptable, respectable, receptacle,
    a cubicle!
    At night when all the world´s asleep
    The questions run too deep
    For da da da da daaaaaaaaaaaa
    Won´t you please, please tell me what we’ve learned
    I know it sounds absurd
    But please tell me I’m a yam,
    I am yammmmmmmmm!
    I am yammmmmmmmm!
    I am YAMMMMMMMMM!

    (shift to sax solo, estastic applause, many bodacious and buxom ladies eying me hungrily all while licking their lips, redirect attention to calculus exam)

    Oh shit.

    Posted by wronwright on 2005 10 24 at 12:06 PM • permalink

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