15 August, 2005

Brave Texan makes intelligent case

CRAWFORD, Texas — President Bush might have made his peace with the antiwar encampment outside his Texas ranch, but his next-door neighbor has taken up arms.

The incident occurred Sunday morning as activists gathered for a prayer service in the tent village set up by Cindy Sheehan, whose son Casey was killed in Iraq and who is demanding a meeting with Bush to discuss the war. On the other side of Prairie Chapel Road, Larry Mattlage hopped into his pickup, barreled across his pasture and pulled up to a fence within a few hundred feet of the protesters. He climbed out of the cab, retrieved a shotgun from the back and fired at least one blast into the air.

"I done made my case. It's over," he said as he shooed away a reporter from the gated entrance to his ranch.

"I wish I had the nerve to do something like that," said Army Sgt. Vernon "Dusty" Harrison, who spent a year in Iraq and owns an adjacent property. "I salute his bravery."

The White House declined to comment on the incident.

Quoted verbatim from The L.A. Times

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Blogger MrNoxious shout your mess

Hilarious blogging sir.

WBB is dead...long live DriverChris.

August 15, 2005 1:29 pm

 
Blogger bigfootcookie shout your mess

Redneck firing a shotgun over the top of a tent, filled with activists gathered for a prayer service. And another redneck salutes his "bravery"?

Jesus H Christ on a fuckin' bike.

USA's answer to Farmer Palmer

August 15, 2005 1:39 pm

 
Blogger Chris shout your mess

Hi MrNoxious,
WBB does pop in here every now and again in his capacity of guest blogger when the anger becomes to much for his slight frame to contain.

Scroll down for a typical example or click here

August 15, 2005 1:43 pm

 
Blogger Chris shout your mess

Hey BFC,
I loved "I done made my case"

Powerful debating skills I think you'll agree.

I salute his bravery.

August 15, 2005 1:50 pm

 
Blogger Richard shout your mess

I kind of know where this guy is coming from in that sometimes I just feel like shooting randomly into a crowd of people...... oh dear, I've said too much.

August 15, 2005 2:00 pm

 
Blogger Chris shout your mess

Contrary to what some folk believe, firing into the air doesn't mean you won't hit anything/anybody.

After the liberation of Kuwait, the majority of people who died were killed by 'Happy Fire'

Much less dangerous with a shotgun though.

Hiya WBB.

August 15, 2005 2:52 pm

 

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