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    Father of Marine KIA in Iraq challenges Sheehan to debate-demands she remove cross...

    ....with his sons name.

    The father of a slain Central Texas Marine appears in a new TV spot that began airing Thursday, challenging anti-war protester Cindy Sheehan to a debate.

    In the spot, Gary Qualls, whose son, Marine Lance Cpl. Louis Qualls, died in 2004 in Iraq, takes Sheehan to task for calling the President a liar and for erecting a cross bearing his son’s name as part of what he calls “your sick cause.”

    “Cindy, how can you be so cruel?” Qualls asks in the spot.

    “I am challenging you to a debate, “ he says. “I am waiting.”

    Qualls is one of the Bush supporters who set up a camp over the weekend in Crawford named “Fort Qualls,” in honor of Louis Qualls.

    The new spot hit the airwaves as a spot featuring Sheehan began to air nationally on CNN and Fox News.

    Gold Star Families for Peace spent $67,000 to buy the national airtime.

    The Sheehan spot has run in the Waco market as well as in Salt Lake City and Boise during the President’s visit to the two cities earlier in the week.

    Meanwhile another group of Bush supporters pitched tents Thursday in the newly formed “Camp Reality” across from the anti-war protesters.

    The new group, sponsored by the conservative advocacy organization Grassfire.org, is distributing some 500 pro-Bush yard signs, some of which had already showed up Thursday afternoon on fences in the area.

    [url]http://www.kwtx.com/home/headlines/1803517.html[/url]

    (Video can be found at link)
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    [QUOTE=Come Back to NY]....with his sons name.

    The father of a slain Central Texas Marine appears in a new TV spot that began airing Thursday, challenging anti-war protester Cindy Sheehan to a debate.

    In the spot, Gary Qualls, whose son, Marine Lance Cpl. Louis Qualls, died in 2004 in Iraq, takes Sheehan to task for calling the President a liar and for erecting a cross bearing his son’s name as part of what he calls “your sick cause.”

    “Cindy, how can you be so cruel?” Qualls asks in the spot.

    “I am challenging you to a debate, “ he says. “I am waiting.”

    Qualls is one of the Bush supporters who set up a camp over the weekend in Crawford named “Fort Qualls,” in honor of Louis Qualls.

    The new spot hit the airwaves as a spot featuring Sheehan began to air nationally on CNN and Fox News.

    Gold Star Families for Peace spent $67,000 to buy the national airtime.

    The Sheehan spot has run in the Waco market as well as in Salt Lake City and Boise during the President’s visit to the two cities earlier in the week.

    Meanwhile another group of Bush supporters pitched tents Thursday in the newly formed “Camp Reality” across from the anti-war protesters.

    The new group, sponsored by the conservative advocacy organization Grassfire.org, is distributing some 500 pro-Bush yard signs, some of which had already showed up Thursday afternoon on fences in the area.

    [url]http://www.kwtx.com/home/headlines/1803517.html[/url]

    (Video can be found at link)[/QUOTE]

    interesting...

    dont the winners of their respective primaries in each upcoming presidential elections have debates :eek:?

    sounds like somebody is just trying to help along their political career.

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    There will be thousands of very good reasons that Skanky Sheehan won't debate; some will be funny, others just infuriating.

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