Ronald R. Griffin from his opinion Journal article She Does Not Speak for Me - My son died in Iraq--and it was not in vain:
I lost a son in Iraq and Cindy Sheehan does not speak for me.
The fallen heroes, until now, have enjoyed virtually no individuality. They have been treated as a monolith, a mere number. Now Mrs. Sheehan, with adept public relations tactics, has succeeded in elevating herself above the rest of us. Sen. Bill Nelson of Florida declared that Mrs. Sheehan is now the symbol for all parents who have lost children in Iraq. Sorry, senator. Not for me.
Mary from No Exit wants to make it quite clear
Other than that, all I can say is that I've always been repulsed by those who presume to speak for the dead.
If I ever happen to be in the wrong place at the wrong time, you can protest for peace with fascists and appeasement and hearts and flowers, but DO NOT DO IT IN MY NAME!
The Lawhawk points us to another case of “not in my name
The Uniformed Firefighters has decided to withdraw support for the World Trade Center Memorial Foundation, citing two controversial museums proposed there.