The day after burying their son, parents of a fallen Marine urged President Bush to either send more reinforcements to Iraq or withdraw U.S. troops altogether.

"We feel you either have to fight this war right or get out," said Rosemary Palmer, mother of Lance Cpl. Edward Schroeder II.

Schroeder, 23, died two weeks ago in a roadside explosion, one of 16 Ohio-based Marines killed recently in Iraq.

Paul Schoeder said his son and other Marines were being misused as a stabilizing force in Iraq.

"Our comments are not just those of grieving parents," Schroeder said in front of the couple's home. "They are based on anger, Mr. President, not grief. Anger is an honest emotion when someone's family has been violated."

Palmer accused Bush of refusing to make changes in a war gone bad. "Whether he leads them out by putting more troops on the ground or pulling them out -- he can't just let it continue," she said.

White House spokesman Allen Abney declined to comment other than to refer to remarks Bush made last week. At a news conference Thursday, the president said: "Pulling troops out prematurely will betray the Iraqis. Our mission in Iraq, as I said earlier, is to fight the terrorists, is to train the Iraqis."

The Ohio couple have long opposed the war and tried to dissuade their son from joining the Marines, but have made their views public only since his death. On Tuesday, they urged Americans to voice their opposition to the war.

"We want to point out that 30 people have died since our son. Are people listening?" Palmer asked.

More than 1,800 U.S. troops have been killed in the war.

The couple applauded Cindy Sheehan, the mother of a fallen soldier, for bringing the war to the public's attention. Sheehan has camped out in protest near Bush's ranch in Texas.

"We consider her the Rosa Parks of the new movement opposing the Iraq war," Palmer said.

Paul Schroeder and his wife, Rosemary Palmer, of Cleveland, talk about their son, Lance Cpl. Edward Schroeder II, who was killed in Iraq.