Hours before Democratic presidential nominee Barack Obama was set to deliver his acceptance speech, anti-war stalwart Cindy Sheehan delivered a concise message: “PEACE NOW”.
Here are some shots from outside The Washington Times’ Denver bureau:
Here’s some of the e-mail passed around as Sheehan attempted to raise $5,000 for the airborn messenger:
But Cindy Sheehan, as the people’s representative, is not in the habit of allowing herself to be made invisible. She wants to write the words “PEACE NOW” at the height of the convention over the mile high city in letters a mile high. And she needs $5,000 to fly a real old school skywriting pro in from the coast to do it. Please make a contribution if you can, to demonstrate that the peace movement is larger than ever.
Here’s another shot:
— Tom LoBianco, Maryland political reporter, The Washington Times