War to End Tomorrow; Anti-War Groups to Suffer Most
Gotta love this story
“We don’t have a very vibrant anti-war movement anymore,” lamented Medea Benjamin, co-founder of Codepink, one of the anti-war movement’s most visible organizations. “The issues have not changed very much. … Now we have a surge [in Afghanistan] that we would have been furious about under George Bush, yet it’s hard to mobilize people under Obama. We have the same anti -war movement and not the same passion.”
Well, you know how it is, when you're a wholly-owned subsidiary of the Democrats, you're not going to be needed once they're in power. The story goes on in that vein for awhile. I don't have a lot of respect for Cindy Sheehan, but I'll give her credit for at least being consistent in her opposition to the war, unlike many of the people around her back in 2005.