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Last updated on August 9th, 2017 at 04:00 pm
Progress is noted in the case of a certain missing gravestone:
The good news is that Casey Sheehan’s father, Patrick, has had enough of this and has quietly arranged with a local monument company to erect a memorial.
On September 11, 2001, she shared the views of most Americans, but with much more ominous feelings. “I was stunned, I was shocked, I was broken-hearted,” she says.
“On September 11, when that happened, I had a premonition that it would cause Casey’s death. I just got so depressed. I was in a state of depression thinking Casey would have to go to war.”
Were it up to Sheehan, a repeat of September 11 would draw no military response:
“This has been an evolution for me since Casey was killed. I didn’t like war, but I kind of thought World War II was a good war.
“But now I have gone to the total opposite, there is no good war. And violence is never a solution to any problem.”
Even Coultan eventually tires of Sheehan’s moonbatting:
For a woman who has become the most prominent anti-war protester in America, she sometimes sounds surprisingly naive. She says that Afghanistan might have given up Osama bin Laden if the US had gone through the proper extradition channels. “The Taliban said to George Bush: ‘You send us proper extradition [papers] and we will look at it’.”
UPDATE. Sheehan accuses the US of carpet-bombing innocent civilians.