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Last updated on March 5th, 2018 at 01:44 pm
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!”