Norah O'Donnell was pretty off the wall in her interview with Cindy Sheehan yesterday. Why all the hostility? One can agree with her politics or not, but Noron really got worked up a couple of times and her questions were silly.
O‘DONNELL: But do you honestly expect Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld or the president of the United States to say, Cindy Sheehan is going on a hunger strike and so I‘m going to end this war?
Yes, that's what she expects...
Cindy has been attacked every which way; but in this interview, answer me this: Who is doing something because of her beliefs and convictions?
Greg Sargent has more:
This is really worth watching -- it's amusing in a kind of perverse and twisted way. During an interview with Cindy Sheehan, MSNBC's Norah O'Donnell repeatedly interrupted her guest, accused her not once but several times of "trashing" President Bush, and grossly misrepresented the position of those who want to pull out of Iraq as fast as possible...read on
Arthur has a different take ...
Finally, about Cindy Sheehan, I will offer this thought. When confronted by an administration and a media that are completely oblivious to facts and to the most basic principles of morality, there is almost no tactic short of violence that I would not support wholeheartedly. How else is Sheehan or anyone else going to break through the catatonic state in which this country now slouches from day to day...read on
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