America is the land of opportunity, and the saga of Cindy Sheehan is proving that true.
The national icon status of the California woman who has temporarily made a Texas ditch her dwelling place in her quest for a second meeting with President Bush is now translating into Cindy-related products for sale.
A search by WorldNetDaily has uncovered a variety of clothing items, coffee cups, coasters, beer steins, mouse pads, greeting cards and bumper stickers with messages including:
A large number of products are available at CafePress.com, with the pro-Sheehan items noting a “portion of profits help Gold Star Families continue to work for peace in Iraq,” though it doesn’t say how much of a portion goes to the leftist-activist group of which Sheehan is a part.
Some of the products focus on President Bush and his relationship with Sheehan.
One T-shirt for sale on eBay shows the face of Bush with the large message “Bush hates me” emblazoned on the front.
Another theme features a photo of the president walking away from the camera, with the message, “Too cool to talk to you.”
A third on a baseball jersey is based on a quote from Bush himself, as it proclaims, “I don’t want to send a terrible signal to the enemy,” and it features an image of the president flashing his middle finger. The marketing text for the jersey says “Bush doesn’t want to send a terrible signal to our enemy by saving American lives. Oh, we see what your signal is, G.W. Sorta like what you said to Cindy Sheehan.”