Tuesday, August 16, 2005

Cindy's Victory

What will they do now? As with most problems, soonest tended, soonest mended.

t r u t h o u t - William Rivers Pitt | Cindy's Victory: " They are sunburned and storm-lashed. They sleep in tents that sit along the muddy earth of drainage ditches by the side of the road. They have been heckled by 'counter-demonstrators' who chanted 'We don't care!' during a rendition of 'God Bless America.' They have been attacked by fire ants and hassled by local health inspectors. On Thursday morning, at about 5:30am, they were blasted awake by a fourteen-car convoy of Secret Service SUVs which roared through the camp at high speed while leaning on their horns the whole time.


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