Wednesday, December 07, 2005

Does Code Pink really love our military?

In two days, Code Pink will be outside Walter Reed Army Medical Center with their leftist comrades, holding what they call a somber, respectful "vigil" for our wounded heroes. The only problem with that description is that it is a lie.

Take a look at the photo on the right. Does that look like a supportive sign? Only in the sick and hate-filled mind of one of Code Pink's supporters.

When a conservative journalist wrote a report on Code Pink's disgusting display at WRAMC, the DC spokesgrrrrrl for Code Pink, Gael Murphy said that those signs were not hers. She suggested that right-wing infiltrators brought and held those signs, just to make her candlelight vigils look bad.

And the only problem with that lie, is that the people who I photographed holding those signs in June and July, 2005 are still participants in the Code Pink demonstrations at WRAMC.

One of the people that Murphy inadvertantly called an infiltrator is Kevin McCarron, a leading name in another anti-America group, "Veterans for Peace" (I think Kevin fancies himself a modern-day John Kerry). McCarron has participated in many of the WRAMC protests, carrying numerous offensive signs, including one bearing the message, "Maimed for a Lie."

The first appearance of that sign was documented by me and other members of the DC Chapter of Free Republic on June 10, 2005, being held by an angry white female; but it quickly became a favorite of McCarron...

The poor man caught in this June 17, 2005 photo alongside McCarron was so disturbed by his sign that he rushed across the street as soon as the traffic signal changed. Many passers-by were equally disturbed by Code Pink's disgusting signs.

As I mentioned, Kevin McCarron still participates in the protests at the hospital, but Gael Murphy must have confiscated those two offensive signs, because we haven't seen them since August.

Most recently, Code Pink has added a song and dance man to their menagerie...

History: Code Pink (and other leftist groups) first began their obscene displays at Walter Reed in March of 2004, when they participated in a gruesome procession from Dover, Delaware (where our soldier heroes killed in action are brought first, in their final journey home) to Walter Reed (where many of our most seriously wounded heroes are brought for medical treatment).

On March 15, 2004, Code Pink, DAWN (DC Anti-War Network) and other hate-America groups gathered on Georgia Avenue outside Walter Reed with black wreaths, coffins and offensive signs, and began their homefront assault our wounded servicemen and women and their families.

And that's what I will write about in my next post.

Stay tuned...

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