Johnny Johnson reports from outside the grounds of John Cresap’s home:
At about 11:05 a.m., about three dozen protesters and peace activists confined to a designated area south of a private Republican fundraiser began waving their cardboard signs and chanting, “Impeach George Bush” as the President’s motorcade rolled into an elaborate private driveway on North Sooner Road. Instead of waiting for the fundraiser to end, however, many of the protestors packed up and went home shortly after Pres. Bush arrived.
Those who stayed included Gold Star dads Warren Henthorn of Choctaw and John Scripsick who said they owed it to their sons who died in Iraq for what they believe to be an unnecessary war.