Ah, yes, Ms. Cindy Sheehan. You are making quite a spectacle of yourself aren't you. First, you just wanted to talk to President Bush again, since apparrently, meeting with him the first time wasn't enough. But now, now you've turned this into your own private circus.
There was your story about how President Bush 'wouldn't speak your dead son's name', and how it was a big party for him to meet with you, and all of the other families of the war dead. Perhaps he didn't show the remorse and gloom that you thought he should. Pity him then, for not meeting your direct needs that day. If you had just stayed with the 'I want to talk to you about my dead son' story, things might have stayed within the realm of normalcy. But no. You had to get yourself more camera time.
Now you're spouting on and on about foreign policy, impeachment, and tax evasion. I'm sure that times have been hard for you since your son was taken from you, but keep in mind, it's not the President's fault. Your son, and this is the key term here, VOLUNTEERED for service for his country. He wasn't conscripted, he wasn't drafted, he volunteered. Yes, the President sent troops to a dangerous place, but that's what happens when you're in the armed forces. Sometimes you have to go places where people shoot at you.
Do the right thing, Cindy. Go home and grieve with your family, quietly, respectfully, and out of the public eye. Stop being a shill for whatever groups have gotten to you. Your son's legacy deserves that.