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Tuesday, April 18, 2006

FONDA-SHEEHAN WATCH: Jane Fonda says she wanted to do an American tour against the Iraq war but can't because her past rooting for America's enemies leaves her with ''too much baggage.'' I think this means she understands that she would be met at each stop by throngs of Americans who are rooting not for America's enemies. Besides, Jane says Cindy Sheehan's filling the gap nicely. "She is better at this than I am," confides Fonda, who has just returned from Argentina with Ted Turner ("my favorite ex-husband") for a just-friends fishing trip. How could a woman of Jane Fonda's obvious depth worry that her cheering of U.S. defeat in Iraq would be received less than kindly by her fellow Americans? (Photo credit: KSFO)