We’re told by reliable Democratic House leadership sources that Rep. Lynn Woolsey, the Democrat from California who provided war protestor Cindy Sheehan a ticket to the State of the Union address last night, was warned in advance that Sheehan intended to let loose a protest during the speech.
But it wasn’t just Woolsey’s idea. She was encouraged to give the ticket to Sheehan by others inside her caucus. It isn’t clear that Democratic leader Nancy Pelosi was aware of the plan, but Woolsey staff are saying this morning that this wasn’t just Woolsey’s idea, and that given the media coverage that was sure to take place, she didn’t move without approval from higher ups in the caucus.
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