Rednecks, Blue Ribbon Beer, and Gold Star Mothers.
You gotta love’em:
A man fired a shotgun into the air as about 60 anti-war protesters held a religious service on the road to President Bushâ€™s ranch.
Sheriffâ€™s deputies and Secret Service agents in the area of the demonstration site Sunday rushed to the home of Larry Mattlage after the shots were fired but did not arrest him.
â€œI ainâ€™t threatening nobody, and I ainâ€™t pointing a gun at nobody,â€ Mattlage said. â€œThis is Texas.â€
When Sheehan arrived in Crawford on Aug. 6, her small group started marching to Bushâ€™s ranch, then was moved by authorities to a plot of land a few miles away.
Late Monday, a pickup truck tore through rows of white crosses that stretched about two-tenths of a mile along the side of the road at the Crawford camp. The crosses bore the names of fallen U.S. soldiers. No one was hurt.