Live strong, visit Cindy

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Eli Stephens has an idea. Upon hearing that Tour de Francer Lance Armstrong planned to visit Crawford to go biking with Bush, Stevens began a campaign to urge the retired champion to meet with Cindy Sheehan.

Armstrong, he notes, has been a critic of the Iraq War:
"The biggest downside to a war in Iraq is what you could do with that money. What does a war in Iraq cost a week? A billion? Maybe a billion a day? The budget for the National Cancer Institute is four billion. That has to change."
And, being a cancer survivor himself, who's better qualified to discuss the grim reality of death with Cindy Sheehan? Stephens has the contact info for the Lance Armstrong Foundation and makes the extended plea. Whether it works or not, it sends a message to those who cross the president's path: you too are in the spotlight. (Left I on the News)

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