Originally Posted by Jayhawk
She lost her son, she lost her money, she lost her husband, she lost her cause, she lost her mind. Couldn't have happened to a more deserving biatch. Good riddance!
Jay, I think that's the nastiest and most mean-spirited thing I've seen you post. I'm sorry you had that in you.
Until you lose a child, please don't judge others by their reactions to such a loss.
For myself, while I didn't agree with Sheehan, I respected her right to grieve and protest (free speech doesn't mean you get to agree with the speaker, right?). Hard to tell what her son would think of her reaction to his death (whether she's honoring his memory, etc.) but that too is her decision.
I think the most telling thing in the article is her recognition/acknowledgement that she's not been normal.
All of that said, I'd rather listen to Cindy than Rosie, any day.