Tuesday, August 16, 2005

Your fellow Americans are muggles
Apparently George Bush's neighbors grudgingly admit that grieving mother Cindy Sheehan has the right to protest outside the President's "ranch." But they seem to have some funny ideas about terrorism:

Many Bush supporters say the president has little to gain politically by meeting with Sheehan. "I have no problem with what these people are doing here. This is America, and that's their right," said Elliott Mattlage, who owns the 300-acre cattle ranch next to the intersection where Camp Casey has taken shape.

Wearing a "Bush-Cheney 2004" shirt, the retired 67-year-old said he worked for defense contractors for nearly 40 years. "I sympathize with anyone who's lost a child. But nobody asked this guy (Sheehan) to join the service," Mattlage said.
Then he pointed over a rise in his 50-head ranch. "If we don't stop these terrorists over there, then they're going to be right there in that creek."


Really? The terrorists are coming to your creek, Mr. Mattlage, to terrorize you and your children and your rural Texas neighbors? Not only do they hate us and everything we stand for, but now they're coming for our desert streams?

The insightful cattle rancher did not explain why Iraqis -- sorry, terrorists -- who had never done anything to the United States previous to 2003 would wish to infiltrate his creek. But I'm sure they have their reasons.

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