WorldNutDaily has an exclusive. The old headline, as reported here, was
"Rock Legend Shreds Cindy Sheehan ‘Peaceniks’"
but apparently the editors at WND had second thoughts about being on the side of someone involved with rock (aka "the devil’s music").
And who is that "rock legend"? Why, Pat Boone, of course, who became famous for taking songs from black musicians like Chuck Berry and Little Richard, adding whole milk, and whiting them up for the suburbs.
Anyway, Pat Boone apparently thinks that Cindy Sheehan and her co-horts are "the very same people that were the dropout, turn-on, anti-war peace activists back [in the Vietnam War era]", which is one of those silly laughable lies based on, well, nothing.
First of all, Cindy Sheehan is roughly my age, which means she was about ten years old — tops — during the Vietman War era.
Secondly, prior to the Iraq War, Sheehan was:
no rebel. The mother of four was a youth minister at St. Mary’s Catholic Church, in quiet, conservative Vacaville.
But I’ll let others skewer Pat Boone and the WND article. People like World O’Crap and Sadly, No. Read them.