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Protesters Could Disrupt Rose Parade

December 29th, 2007 . by TexasFred

PASADENA, Calif. (AP) – There could be some discord during the Tournament of Roses Parade as demonstrators promise to raise issues during the holiday spectacle that has been going on for more than a century. Human rights advocates plan to protest a float honoring the 2008 Beijing Olympic Games and anti-war activists, including “Peace Mom” Cindy Sheehan, intend to rally for peace.

The theme of this year’s New Year’s Day parade is “Passport to the World’s Celebrations.” It will feature 46 floats, 21 marching bands and 18 equestrian units.

Volunteers have busy in Pasadena and nearby areas this past week decorating the floats with buckets of flowers and seeds.

“It’s such a great feeling, to see the float on TV and have people say ‘You worked on that float, that was so cool, that was so neat.’ It makes all the hassle and everything we go through worthwhile,” said Moreno Valley resident Linda Priest, 49, assistant crew chief on Honda’s “Passport to the Future” float.

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Protesters Could Disrupt Rose Parade

Sure would be a shame if ‘Mother Sheehan’ accidentally stepped into the blind spot of the float driver and was run over and dragged for several blocks before anyone noticed…

I wonder if Pasadena would erupt in violence if Sheehan was run over and killed during a protest??

She has moonbat followers everywhere, you never know, they may get violent if their leader was dragged down, so to speak… :?

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8 Responses to “Protesters Could Disrupt Rose Parade”

  1. comment number 1 by: Ranando

    I sure wish Trojan, you know, the condom people, had a float. Showing off their Extra-Large package.

    They could drive it right up Sheehan’s ass, that would make her feel alot better.

    I’ve been to the Rose Parade many times as a teen and collage student. You know, I don’t remember one of them. In fact I don’t think I ever made it to the beginning of the parade.

  2. comment number 2 by: gunz

    Damn Ranando LMAO!

    I hear that Fred, too bad it’s not in San Francisco; if your scenario happened there the fruits just might mistake her for the parades ‘drag’ queen and remain ‘gay.’

  3. comment number 3 by: Bloviating Zeppelin

    I can only hope that Cindy’s sleep is disrupted every night by the visage of her dead son, who gave his life doing what he thought was right, so that she could look the vacuous idiot in the eyes of most people.

    Except in SF. She might actually be able to give Newsome a run for his money.

    BZ

  4. comment number 4 by: Carl

    Sure would be a shame if ‘Mother Sheehan’ accidentally stepped into the blind spot of the float driver and was run over and dragged for several blocks before anyone noticed…

    Why would anyone notice?

  5. comment number 5 by: jo

    Fred, you have the absolute best, smartest, articulate and funny commenters I’ve ever seen on the net.
    Nothing for me to say about that sorry ass broad, other than double damn ditto to everything your commenters said.
    Feels so good to laugh !!!

  6. comment number 6 by: Robert

    LMAO, Let’s all hope the shehag runs into my wife at the parade…. My ol lady is a bit unimpressed by Shebeast’s shenanigans and she has never been one to hold her tongue…..she can scrap too… Good luck Cindy, but smart money is on Bushwack’s wife to kick the living shit of you..

    I could just see the news now:
    Woman preacher goes berzerk at the rose parade, and unloads on Cindy Sheehan film at 11…. LMAO.

  7. comment number 7 by: BobF

    BZ, I’ve though that very same thing about her being haunted by her son in her dreams.

    Casey Sheehan grew up in a left wing liberal household but was diametrically opposed to his parents ideals and beliefs. He enlisted in the Army and after we invaded Iraq, reenlisted, hoping to make the Army a career. He was a religious man and actually believed his calling by God was to be in the military. He volunteered for duty in Iraq and for the mission which ultimately took his life. He was an extraordinary young man and it’s unfortunate his mother choose to desecrate his life and service to his nation and his God.

    http://www.nationalreview.com/comment/morse200508180821.asp

  8. comment number 8 by: 1389

    “I wonder if Pasadena would erupt in violence if Sheehan was run over and killed during a protest??”

    It’s also possible that Pasadena would erupt with laughter. At least a large part of the television viewing audience would!

    Glad to see you on StumbleUpon! You have a good writing style on your blog. Thumbs up, and Happy New Year!