The piece of private property was offered by a relative of a man who had a fired shotgun in frustration over the protests, a source in the Sheehan camp said. The property owner is also a veteran. "A neighbour of President Bush's has offered us his land," the source said. "It's got plenty of acreage for us, it's private land, we would have legal permission to be on it, it's much closer to the ranch, in fact it's across the street from his [Bush's] church."
Speaking of church... Is George going to accept Cindy Sheehan's invitation, and join the group in a prayer vigil for the troops tonight?