Presenting Cindy Sheehan: "The Spark that Lit the Fire"
Or: "What if Cindy Sheehan had a book signing, and no one showed up?"
Excellent timing to have a movie about Johnny Cash released around the same time that Cindy Sheehan is out promoting her new book, "Not One More Mother's Child".....to coincide with the debut of my music video tribute to Cash, Casey, and Cindy.
During the summer vigil at Crawford, the Laura Ingraham Show would on occasion play "Cindy" as bumper music lead in to talk about Cindy Sheehan's latest media lovefest. So I went out and got the boxed set, Unearthed. The set also happened to have another song, called "Casey's Last Ride." Coincidence? Fate? You decide. It kind of reminds me of when John Denver had perished while flying a private plane. After that, I was in a record store browsing through some albums of his I didn't have. I took it over to the counter where you could sample the music. I handed the album I had in my hands to the worker, so he could load it into the player for me. The guy burst out laughing, because the title of the album was, "I Want to Live". Then, there's also songs like, "Leaving on a Jet Plane" that you probably don't listen to in quite the same way anymore.
Anyway, this music video I made isn't meant to be cruel. I feel for her bereavement, but am just so appalled by how she's chosen to express it; and also by her Code Pink/Michael Moorish brainwash by the Far Left liberal moonbats. They will probably not see the lighthearted humor in this video. But hey! If I can annoy a few of them to rant on my blog, then more power to me! I hope it at least entertains the other half of the country along with moderates who can still enjoy a good-natured laugh.
Plus it's Johnny Cash, for goodness sake! How can you not enjoy that?
Hat tip to Crooks and Liars for the video footage.