Women are leading the anti-war movement right now. The grief and rage of Cindy Sheehan is spreading across America. Thousands of letters have flooded in to the Crawford Texas, Post Office, demanding that President Bush meet with Cindy. Over 1,600 candlelight vigils took place on Wednesday, August 17, and communities are setting up their own Camp Caseys, named after Cindy's son who died in Baghdad last year. Has the 'tipping point' finally arrived?