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Cindy Sheehan: Is she accepting the cult status?

From for August 14:

The CBS reporter whom I met last Saturday when I began this Holy War against the War of Terrorism that George Bush is waging on the world told me that he has interviewed me 4 times this week already. [emphasis added]

So now this is a Holy War? Blessed from above, and you are God's divine instrument?

"Holy War" sounds a lot better than "radical activism".

Does this make her in-laws unbelievers, and her husband an apostate?

What next? Fatwas?

The people around Cindy Sheehan are acting in a cultish fashion. Cindy Sheehan has behaved as if she was trapped in a cult. But for the first time I have heard her speak as if she was leading a cult.

I hate to say it, but my sympathy for Cindy Sheehan is dropping fast. I see her less as a person who has become caught up in the machinations of the radical anti-war movement using her for their own reasons, and more and more as a person who is a willing participant.

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