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Sunday, August 21, 2005

Fear and Loathing in Crawford

Cindy Sheehan has some competition now. Her little anti-war rally has angered a local man who's son died in Iraq. Gary Qualls has started an anti-anti-war protest.
"The camp is named "Fort Qualls," in memory of Marine Lance Cpl. Louis Wayne Qualls, 20, who died in Iraq last fall."
Wow, you mean not everyone who has lost a family member in the war is mad at Bush about it? Doesn't he understand that the president is simply leading an illegal war-for-oil?
"'If I have to sacrifice my whole family for the sake of our country and world, other countries that want freedom, I'll do that,'"
Who does this guy think he is? You can't go spouting patriotic propaganda like that in Crawford!
"Qualls' frustration with the anti-war demonstrators erupted last week when he removed a cross bearing his son's name that was among hundreds the group had put up along the road to Bush's ranch."
Wow, I like this guy. I know if it was me I would have done the exact same thing but probably got arrested as I beat the Liberal hippees to death with it. Qualls also wants to have a debate with the Crawford Peace House which is helping 'Camp Casey'. It looks like they won't participate, though.
"We're asking for a meeting with the president, period," said Michelle DeFord, whose 37-year-old son, Sgt. David W. Johnson, was in the Army National Guard from Oregon when he was killed in Iraq last fall. "We don't want to debate with people who don't understand our point of view."
Don't want to debate those who are more intellegent than you. I understand that. Once the press realized how moronic you are, they would be out of there faster then Michael Moore at a Weight Watchers meeting. At least I can sleep better now that Gary Qualls and other Bush supporters are there to keep the stupid from running rampant.



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