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Posted: 9/23/2005 5:19:01 AM EDT
[Last Edit: 9/23/2005 5:36:47 AM EDT by npd233]
Have you seen it yet?

Several women who all say their son or husband died for Bush's lies?

"there were no wmd's.. you lied to us!"

"what will I tell my son his father died for?"
WTF?

it's by http://familiesforpeace.com (hotlink omitted on purpose) edited web url.. thanks ETH

I think they have the wrong idea about just how to go about achieving peace.
Link Posted: 9/23/2005 5:24:25 AM EDT
I saw it.
Was that the moonbat Sheehan?
Link Posted: 9/23/2005 5:27:40 AM EDT

Originally Posted By twonami:
I saw it.
Was that the moonbat Sheehan?



No. There's a new commercial with different women on it now. I guess they realized that Sheehan had no credibility.

Link Posted: 9/23/2005 5:30:39 AM EDT
The minute they can prove to me that Bush knew there were no significant WMDs before the invasion, I might actually pay them some attention.
Link Posted: 9/23/2005 5:30:56 AM EDT
Yeah, they used the "support our troops by bringing them home" card.

I would like to see an ad with Clinton, Ted Kennedy, all those Dems who are documented as having siad, "Saddam Hussein has WMD and is a danger to the world." There were plenty of them saying this. OK Republicans, don't lay down and let them run over you... hit them back with their own words.
Link Posted: 9/23/2005 5:31:17 AM EDT
Link Posted: 9/23/2005 5:32:42 AM EDT
Link Posted: 9/23/2005 5:35:30 AM EDT

older woman with a hint of a moustache


ETH, occasionally there are fleeting moments when I'm proud to call you my friend.
Link Posted: 9/23/2005 5:38:13 AM EDT
So --they are still running anti bush add's. agianst what? him running agian ? Maybe Kerry can still beat him --what?
Link Posted: 9/23/2005 5:38:33 AM EDT
TV station refuses to air anti-war ad days before Bush visit

AP
August 22nd, 2005


SALT LAKE CITY (AP) - A Utah television station is refusing to air an
anti-war ad featuring Cindy Sheehan, whose son's death in Iraq prompted a
vigil outside President Bush's Texas ranch.

The ad began airing on other area stations Saturday, two days before Bush
was scheduled to speak in Salt Lake City to the national convention of the
Veterans of Foreign Wars.

However, a national sales representative for KTVX, a local ABC affiliate,
rejected the ad in an e-mail to media buyers, writing that it was an
"inappropriate commercial advertisement for Salt Lake City."

In the ad, Sheehan pleads with Bush for a meeting and accuses him of lying
to the American people about Iraq's development of weapons of mass
destruction and its connection to al-Qaeda.

"I love my country. But how many more of our loved ones need to die in this
senseless war?" a weary-looking Sheehan asks in the ad. "I know you can't
bring Casey back. But it's time to admit mistakes and bring our troops home
now."

Salt Lake City affiliates of NBC, CBS and Fox began running the ad Saturday.

The ads were bought for Gold Star Families for Peace by Washington,
D.C.-based Fenton Communications, which provided a copy of the e-mail from
station sales representative Jemina Keller.

In a statement Saturday evening explaining its decision, KTVX said that
after viewing the ad, local managers found the content "could very well be
offensive to our community in Utah, which has contributed more than its fair
share of fighting soldiers and suffered significant loss of life in the this
Iraq war."

Station General Manager David D'Antuono said the decision was not influenced
by the station's owner, Clear Channel Communications Inc.

Celeste Zappala, who with Sheehan co-founded Gold Star Families for Peace,
said she was puzzled by the decision.

"What stunned me was that it was inappropriate to hear this message," she
said. "How is it that Salt Lake City should hear no questions about the
war?"

The e-mail read: "The viewpoints reflected in the spot are incompatible with
our marketplace and will not be well received by our viewers." It added that
the spot didn't qualify as an issue advertisement.

For the ad to have been considered an "issue" advertisement a ballot measure
would have had to be at stake, D'Antuono said.

Mark Wiest, vice president of sales for NBC-affiliated KSL television, said
that in the interest of freedom of speech, his station didn't hesitate to
run the ad. KSL is owned by The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.

"The bigger picture is, by suppressing the message are we doing what is
right under the First Amendment and in an open democratic society?" Wiest
said.

Bush received nearly 70% of the vote last fall in Utah, one of the most
conservative states north of the Bible Belt.
Link Posted: 9/23/2005 5:40:25 AM EDT
First off....do their families know that they are doing this!

This is the most fucked up thing i have ever seen! I wonder if they ever heard of 9/11?

YOU JOIN THE MILLITARY FOR A DAMN REASON, AND NOW YOU WANT TO BITCH ABOUT BEING IN IT!!!!!!!!!

GIVE ME A BREAK! Instead of crying we should be supporting! I know damn well if i was over seas right now and my dad was making comercials about wanting his kid to come home I would call his ass before i got labeled a bitch.

ITS WAR, its not the holiday inn! People die in war and yes it is sad but if you dont want to die DONT JOIN!!!!!!! Maybe I missed the drafting of all these soldiers or did I not?!?

This is very discusting and it sickens me even more that i cant get a hold of these people!
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