Glenn takes a look at how the many Bush followers handled Cindy's t-shirt: "Before the Capitol Police acknowledged yesterday that there was no legal
February 1, 2006

Glenn takes a look at how the many Bush followers handled Cindy's t-shirt:

"Before the Capitol Police acknowledged yesterday that there was no legal basis for removing, let alone arresting, Cindy Sheehan -- to the contrary, they admitted that they "screwed up" because "Sheehan didn't violate any rules or laws" -- numerous Bush followers in the blogosphere were celebrating Sheehan's detention on the ground that she broke the law. Many of them were calling for all sorts of punishments to be imposed on Rep. Lynn Woolsey, who invited Sheehan to the speech and therefore aided and abetted her "illegal" behavior....read on"

Joe Gandleman has a wrap up also...

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