Sheesh, looks like I was right (not like that's ever happened before).
Brian Maloney at the Radio Equalizer
has a copy of Randi Rhodes' email, which includes this:Steve Earle is very popular in Crawford! I want to go and do my show live next Friday from Camp Casey. It's a hard remote but I can try to figure it out with G. I'm thinking about the details now...
D, Do you think Steve Earle would perform next Friday night or Saturday?
Steve Earle is that rarity, a Country & Western singer/guitarist who's not patriotic. He's also a high school dropout
, junkie, with six ex-wives. He did cut two tunes that I really enjoy, Copperhead Road
and I Ain't Ever Satisfied
, but he's a total goofball lefty on his politics. He'll fit in just fine at Crawfordapalooza.
John Ruberry has Moron Steve Earle
Meanwhile, Instapundit links to this hilarious photo
at Confederate Yankee's, which amply demostrates that despite having the attention of the nation, things are pretty doggone boring at Camp Casey. At least, when somebody's not driving over the crosses
He also links to this musing by Chris Nolan
that perhaps things are getting a little crowded.But she should remain alone in her protest. He loneliness makes her plight and her determined decision to camp in Crawford even more eloquent. Alone, Cindy Sheehan appears to be what she truly is: inconsolable. So when I read that Fenton Communication, the folks who help MoveOn, was in on the game, I got nervous. When I heard that a wealthy LA mother of my acquaintance was heading to Crawford -- her kids are in camp, I guess she wants to go, too -- I started to twitch.
Our buddy Chris sent us the links to some videos of the carnival atmosphere at Camp Casey.Crawford Peace House
In case you were thinking of showing up, check out the line of cars
in this clip: Looks right out of Field of Dreams
Plenty of moonbats in this clip