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    Thursday, February 02, 2006

    Who is Rep. Lynn Woolsey?

    Cindy Sheehan's most recent tantrum has been in the media spotlight recently, after she was asked to leave the House Chambers preceeding the State of the Union address and arrested for refusing to leave (Although the Capitol police have now apologized to both Sheehan and the wife of republican Representative Bill Young, Beverly Young, an apology I don't think is deserved). Anyhow, the woman who continually urinates on her son's legacy was given a ticket to the event by Representative Lynn Woolsey, who represents my neck of the woods in the bay area. I'm new to the area, so I decided to find out exactly who is this Lynn Woolsey, anyhow. Here's who she is.

    The author that article is absolutely spot-on! There exists a certain double standard agains caucasian males, which seems to often, in reverse, protect women, minorities, etc.. of heinous actions like this.

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