Aug. 22, 2005 issue - The grieving room was arranged like a doctor's office. The families and loved ones of 33 soldiers killed in Iraq or Afghanistan were summoned to a large waiting area at Fort Bragg, N.C. For three hours, they were rotated through five private rooms, where they met with President George W. Bush, accompanied by two Secret Service men and a photographer. Because the walls were thin, the families awaiting their turn could hear the crying inside.
Well the Grinch has a heart too Michelle, but he caused Holy Hell first like any good passive/aggressive. We all appreciate the photo-ops with mourning families, it brings us together, rips at the heart and we think for five minutes the President is actually human. You could post a million of these stories, and it still won't deter Ms. Sheehan and her "bandwagon" still has "wheels" and will continue to do so until the President sees her and shuts this protest down once and for all. By not meeting with Ms. Sheehan, Bush fuels the fire, unlike the majority of Americans that HAVE to drive to work daily, The President can afford the fuel with the Saudi Family in his pocket and that's a pretty big family, so big I find it hard to believe that Ms. Malkin can still fit in that pocket too. Hobbies are good n' all Ms. Malkin, but your starting to obsess publicly now, making you no different than those on Ms. Sheehan's bandwagon.