After stops for protests in New Orleans and Washington, D.C., she will breakfast in Manhattan with actress Susan Sarandon, who is set to portray her in a biopic movie.
You know, the Hollywood elitists are wanting this woman to be a modern-day folk hero, in the worst way. They portray her as the mother of the anti-war movement.
Well let's take a look at what this movement has become, shall we?
From the Salt Lake Tribune comes word of a dismal turnout at a "peace rally".
By the time the war protesters began their march Saturday morning in Salt Lake City, only about 50 people had gathered. Their numbers had swelled to about 200 by noon - and that was with a little high-tech help from a marcher who text-messaged friends to join him.
You can also check out some other stories about some pretty dismal turnouts from MSNBC and from the Associated Press too.
But one thing we can surmise from all of this is, this is not nearly the movement that Hollywood and the MSM wants all of us to believe. There appear to be very few people willing to give up their Sunday afternoons to protest.
Oh, I know the polls all show a lot of dissatisfaction with the way the Bush Administration is handling the war in Iraq. But let's not forget something in the midst of all of this:
As a rule, most of the polls do not tell why the people are dissatisfied, only that people are satisfied or not satisfied. Many that do not agree with how the President is handling the war may very well feel like I do, in that, the Administration is trying to fight a politically correct war and should be more aggressive, instead of trying to please the leftists in Hollywood and the MSM.
These are just more skewed results from manipulative pollsters that are trying to shape public opinion, while hoping that many are too busy to do their homework, and see their follies. Meanwhile, the proof that there are not nearly as many rabid anti-war opponents, as the Move On bunch would have us all believe continues to manifest itself. This is quite contrary to the picture being painted right now, wouldn't you say?