Theodore's World: New Leftist Hollyweird Diet ~ The Democrat Aider and Abettors Diet

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July 05, 2006

New Leftist Hollyweird Diet ~ The Democrat Aider and Abettors Diet

An anti-war activist dressed as the Grim Reaper demonstrates in front of the White House in Washington July 3, 2006. Activist Cindy Sheehan and 'CODEPINK' launched 'Troops Home Fast,' a hunger strike to protest the war.


Wild Thing's comment......Are you feeling bloated, a little overweight?

Is it getting harder and harder to do the antiwar peacenik walks and the long hours of standing on the road near the President's home in Texas?

Is your CODE Pink t-shirt more snug then it was when you first bought it with your money from welfare?

Are all those fast food meals that George Soros buys for you to keep you holding up your "hate the troops" signs, adding on those extra pounds?

Have no fear........Hollyweird has the is the new and improved Diet for socialists, communists and traitors to America. ( Democrats)

The old version, established by Dick Gregory, (has been comedian and whatever the hell he was) that came out during the Vietnam war has been upgraded. It no longer comes with your own LSD. Nor is it delivered by a flower painted beat up van, and shower deprived drivers with burned out brain dead sidekicks passing out daises along the route.

This new and improved diet is the Aider and Abettors Diet manufactured by Democrats and advertised for free by the Media. You didn’t think a Democrat would pay for anything did you?

But wait it gets better…….the organizers are calling for a "rolling fast." This is when "fasters" take turns "fasting." Secondly, one of the touted supporters is sponsoring a picnic on the day the "fast" begins with a picnic called the Willie Picnic (after Willie Nelson).

US stars align in anti-Iraq war hunger strike

Star Hollywood actor-activists including Sean Penn and Susan Sarandon and anti-war campaigners led by bereaved mother Cindy Sheehan plan to launch a hunger strike, demanding the immediate return of US troops from Iraq.

As Americans get set to fire up barbeques in patriotic celebration of US Independence Day on July 4, anti-war protestors planned to savour a last meal outside the White House, before embarking on a 'Troops Home Fast' at midnight.

"We've marched, held vigils, lobbied Congress, camped out at Bush's ranch, we've even gone to jail, now it's time to do more," said Sheehan, who emerged as an anti-war icon after losing her 24-year-old son Casey in Iraq.

The hunger strike was the latest bid by the US anti-war movement to grab hold of American public opinion, after numerous marches, vigils and political campaigns.

Despite polls which show the Iraq war is unpopular and many Americans are skeptical of President George W. Bush's wartime leadership, peace protests have not hit the opinion-swaying critical mass seen during Vietnam War.

"We have been continually sheltered from the actual cost of war from the beginning," said Meredith Dearborn, of human rights group Global Exchange, explaining how anti-Iraq war protests have stuttered.

While 2,526 US soldiers have died since the US-led invasion of Iraq in 2003, according to an AFP tally based on Pentagon figures, the impact of the deaths has rarely dominated headlines.

While it is not unusual to see an Iraq-war veteran or amputee in an airport for instance, or newspaper features on horrific injuries inflicted by roadside bombs in Iraq, the United States hardly feels like a nation at war.

Some protestors and experts in public opinion put that down to the absence of the Vietnam War style conscription draft, which means only professional soldiers or reservists can be sent off to war.

"We have done everything we could think of to end this war, we have protested, held marches, vigils ... lobbied, written letters to Congress," said Dearborn.
"Now it is time to bring the pain and suffering of war home. We are putting our bodies on the line for peace."

Perhaps the only time the anti-Iraq war movement captured lasting coverage was in August 2005, when Sheehan and supporters pitched camp outside Bush's Texas ranch, where the president habitually stays in high summer.

Even then, the fiercely partisan debate unleashed may have harmed Sheehan, who faced fierce fire from conservative groups and radio talk show hosts, as much as it hurt the Bush administration's image over Iraq.

The hunger strike will see at least four activists, Sheehan, veteran comedian and peace campaigner Dick Gregory, former army colonel Ann Wright and environmental campaigner Diane Wilson launch serious, long-term fasts.

"I don't know how long I can fast, but I am making this open-ended," said Wilson.

Other supporters, including Penn, Sarandon, novelist Alice Walker and actor Danny Glover will join a 'rolling" fast, a relay in which 2,700 activists pledge to refuse food for at least 24 hours, and then hand over to a comrade.

So far the lastest doing this are: Fasters now include Cindy Sheehan; actress Susan Sarandon, environmentalist Diane Wilson; comedian Dick Gregory; singer Willie Nelson; Dr. Bob Edgar, General Secretary of the National Council of Churches; Dr. E. Faye Williams, National Chair of the National Congress of Black Women; Colonel Ann Wright; Iraq veteran Geoffrey Millard; Kim Gandy, President of the National Organization for Women; and CODEPINK cofounders Medea Benjamin, Jodie Evans and Gael Murphy.

Here is the nice little list of fasters, you will see many familiar names and please note the ones that serve in our governement............ lmao!

Other Faster's:

Cindy Sheehan
Dick Gregory
Willie Nelson
Alice Walker
Danny Glover
Dolores Huerta
Susan Sarandon
Sean Penn
Ed Asner
Michael Franti
Eve Ensler
Graham Nash, singer/songwriter
Congresswoman Lynn Woolsey
Congresswoman Cynthia McKinney
British MP George Galloway
Canadian MP Libby Davis
Michael Berg, Father of Nicolas Berg, who was killed in Iraq
Ann Wright, colonel and former US diplomat
Daniel Ellsberg, Pentagon whistleblower
Ray McGovern, former CIA Analyst
Lt. Ehren Watada, Iraq war resister
Carolyn Ho, Mother of Lt. Ehren Watada
Jeff Key, Iraq Veteran
Fernando Suarez del Solar, Guerrerro Azteca
Michael McPherson, Veterans for Peace
Geoffrey Millard, Iraq Veterans Against the War
Dede Miller, Gold Star Families for Peace
Jane Bright, Gold Star Families for Peace
Joe Colgan, Gold Star Families for Peace
Brian Willson, Vietnam Vet
John McNamer, Vietnam Vet
Paul Kangas, Veterans for Peace
Andy Shallal, Iraqi Americans for Peaceful Alternatives
Samina Faheem, American Muslim Voice
Raed Jarrar, Iraqi analyst, Global Exchange
Rev. Bob Edgar, National Council of Churches
Rev. Joan Campbell
Rev. Al Sharpton
Rev. Lennox Yearwood
Arun Gandhi, President, Gandhi Institute for Non-Violence
Rev. Graylan Hagler, Plymouth Congregational Church
Rev. Noemi Mena, Hispanic Ministries
Rev. Tony Campolo
Fr. Louie Vitale, Franciscan priest
Karen Dolan, Cities for Progress
John Cavanagh, Marcus Raskin, Phyllis Bennis – Institute for Policy Studies
Jeff Adachi, San Francisco Public Defender
Renee Saucedo, Immigrant Rights Lawyer
Jim Hightower, Writer
Howard Zinn, Author
Greg Palast, Author
Vandana Shiva, Author
Marianne Williamson, Author
Diane Wilson, environmentalist/author
Julia Butterfly Hill, environmentalist
Paul Hawkins, environmentalist
Pratap Chatterjee, CorpWatch
Rae Abileah, CODEPINK
Medea Benjamin, Global Exchange and CODEPINK co-founder
Tiffany Burns, CODEPINK
Jodie Evans, CODEPINK co-founder
Katie Heald, CODEPINK
Nancy L. Mancias, CODEPINK
Gael Murphy, CODEPINK co-founder
Farida Sheralam, CODEPINK
Maggie Rose, CODEPINK Charlotte Mecklenburg
Maggie LeBlanc, CODEPINK Wichita
Kim Gandy, National Organization for Women
Olga Vives, Executive Vice President, NOW
Dr. E. Faye Williams, National Congress of Black Women
Laura Flanders, Air America talk show host
Gabby Hoffman, actress
Miyumi Ota, artist
Kathy Engel, Poet
Peter Yarrow, Musician
Rae Goddess, Artist
Francisco Herrera, singer/songwriter
Will Durst, Political comic, talk show host
Patch Adams, Peace Doctor
Jonathon Tasini, U.S. Senate candidate, New York challenging Hillary Clinton
Kevin Zeese, U.S. Senate candidate, Maryland

Posted by Wild Thing at July 5, 2006 12:55 AM


Woolsey,McKinney and Galloway,The 3 Stooges or
a 3 way thats sooooooooooo sick...

Posted by: Tincan Sailor at July 5, 2006 09:35 AM

These clueless moonbats can't even fast properly. They have to take turns. Ghandi would be laughing at them.

Posted by: raz0r at July 5, 2006 10:14 AM

It is so silly it is almost funny. Maybe because it is so ridiculous, the news media will not give it much coverage as the media has it's own many cans of worms to worry about. Media coverage is what the entire idea is about.

Posted by: TomR at July 5, 2006 11:16 AM

Impressive list of names WT, I don't know them well enough to miss them if they all died.

Now a real fast means no food until death or capitulation, these showboating phoney's are just that. Phoney!!!

If they're serious they'll drink no water for three of four days. Now that is an idea worth some merit!!!

Posted by: Jack at July 5, 2006 02:23 PM

Tincan Sailor they truly are the 3 stooges.

Posted by: Wild Thing at July 5, 2006 04:26 PM

razOr I agree I can just see Ghandi is laughing at them.

Posted by: Wild Thing at July 5, 2006 04:27 PM

Tom you right, they are really doing this to get noticed and they hope for lots of media coverage.

Posted by: Wild Thing at July 5, 2006 04:30 PM

Jack hahaha I would not miss any of them either.

Posted by: Wild Thing at July 5, 2006 04:31 PM

Some of the recognized people among this band of parasites, liars, radical leftists and social dreck are funnier than others.

Without Ed Asner for half a day, the Pancake House and Buttered Bacon Outlet will go broke. Before Lou Grant, Asner's TV career was spent playing obese gangsters, obese outlaws, obese wife-beaters, obese butchers and obese cowards of all kinds. No wonder he fantasizes about being Lou Grant.

Willie Nelson? I wonder if the fast includes Tequilla, marijuana and soap. Poor Waylon, having to rub elbows with this demented worm. I saw him on stage once. For Willie, every day is Hallowe'en.

Graham Nash. CSN without the N is no loss. Stills and Crosby will chow down on everything Nash avoids, so the net effect is zero. Saw him a few times years ago. Without S and C, Nash would be wiping sweat from drumsticks.

Danny Glover. The scripts aren't coming anymore. We can thank the Lethal Weapon series for this.

Sarandon? Tim Robbins is a lucky, lucky man. Right guys?

Too many more to mention. What a bunch of losers.

Posted by: Rhod at July 6, 2006 06:57 AM

Hahaha Rhod, they sure are. Good one!

Posted by: Wild Thing at July 6, 2006 09:35 AM