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Sunday, September 25, 2005 

Counter-demo to support the war in Iraq to take place soon

A counter-demo to counter the viewpoint being pimped by the moonbat followers and handlers of Cindy Sheehan is being planned, and its representatives include a resident of her hometown near Sacramento, Joseph Williams. FOX News has the story.
WASHINGTON — Joseph Williams has much in common with Cindy Sheehan, the mother of a soldier killed in Iraq whose protests outside the president's Texas ranch this summer made her the media-appointed queen of the anti-war movement.

Both lost a son in the conflict: Lance Cpl. Michael Jason Williams died fighting in Iraq on the third day of the U.S. invasion in March 2003, more than a year before Army Spc. Casey Sheehan was killed.

Both Williams and Sheehan hail from the same hometown: Vacaville, Calif., just outside Sacramento. And like other Gold Star families — a term used when immediate family is killed in active conflict — they both preach a mantra of "supporting our troops."

But the similarities end there. While Sheehan is in Washington to lead an anti-war rally Saturday at the president's other home, the White House, Williams has been on a bus tour across the country to meet the Sheehan contingent head-on and send a different message.

Part of that message will be sent at a series of events titled "Support Our Troops and Their Mission Weekend," including a counter-demonstration at the White House Saturday and a memorial event on the National Mall Sunday.

"I hope to let people know there are other voices out there, not just the radical left," Williams said. "A major portion of our country supports our troops and the war."
I wish Mr. Williams good luck, and I certainly hope he'll be able to give the movement for supporting the American troops the boost it's in serious need of just now.

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