Wednesday, September 28, 2005

The Concert for Cindy Sheehan

As you all know by now, America's favourite protesting moonbat, Cindy Sheehan, was arrested the other day while protesting in front of the White House.
Now, hundreds of celebrities are gathering for a benefit performance to help pay the fine for Cindy's citation.
Reliably high sources have leaked the early lineup for the Concert for Cindy Sheehan.
* Barbra Streisand and Sean Penn will do a duet of Monty Python's "How Sweet to Be an Idiot."
* Dan Rather, Wolf Blitzer, Larry King and Anderson Cooper will form the "Four Plays" to offer their heartfelt first-hand-knowledge version of Don Henley's "Dirty Laundry."
* With Yoko Ono's blessing, Green Day will rework a Beatles' classic and unveil "Cindy in the Sky with Diamonds."
* Yoko also approved the Howard Dean Chorale's performance of "Give Peace a Chance," provided that they refrain from screaming too loud (that being Yoko's performance mode).
* The Katrina Choir, a collection of indicted politicians from Louisiana's Department of Homeland Security, will croon Dylan's "Blowin' in the Wind."
Tickets for the event will range from $50 to $5,000. All proceeds, once Cindy's fine has been paid, will go to paying for Cindy's entourage.