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    Monday, February 28, 2005

    if you're going to make an attack ad...

    at least do it right! Raw Story is reporting that the couple used in this anti-AARP attack ad is now suing USA Next:
    The couple in the photo, Richard M. Raymen and Steven P. Hansen of Portland, Oregon, have come forward through an attorney to demand that USA Next stop using their image, and that the organization publicly apologize for using their image in a homophobic and libelous way. The demand, contained in a letter sent today to USA Next Chairman and CEO Charles Jarvis, references the couples’ right to seek damages for the misappropriation of their image.
    Great, but what do the people over at the homo-phobic USA Next have to say? Not much, they have not produced a statement (that I'm aware of) and will probably keep using the ad until they're sued. At which point, Rush will have a great story about how gays hate American families. Let's just hope the couple wins the suit and teaches those theives a lesson.

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