Cindy Sheehan too leftist for SF?

Jerome J. Schmitt
Apparently, Cindy Sheehan needs to complete a petition-drive in order to get on the ballot to challenge Nancy Pelosi in the next election.

"To get the signatures, equal to 3 percent of the district voters registered for the 2006 general election, the campaign will have people setting up ironing boards and card tables on street corners throughout the city, seeking voters who want an alternative to Pelosi. Sheehan has until Aug. 8 to collect the needed signatures."

Believe it or not, Rush Limbaugh has plenty of listeners in San Francisco. Perhaps Operation Chaos will open up a Western Front.
Apparently, Cindy Sheehan needs to complete a petition-drive in order to get on the ballot to challenge Nancy Pelosi in the next election.

"To get the signatures, equal to 3 percent of the district voters registered for the 2006 general election, the campaign will have people setting up ironing boards and card tables on street corners throughout the city, seeking voters who want an alternative to Pelosi. Sheehan has until Aug. 8 to collect the needed signatures."

Believe it or not, Rush Limbaugh has plenty of listeners in San Francisco. Perhaps Operation Chaos will open up a Western Front.