Bush 4th of July excerpt:
"Today, and every day, the people of this land are grateful for our freedom, and we are proud to call ourselves citizens of the United States of America."
he said this while two people are threatened with arrest for wearing anti-bush shirts in the audience.
FEMA worker ordered home
# Woman, husband wore T-shirts with anti-Bush logo at July Fourth rally
A worker with the Federal Emergency Management Agency who wore an anti-Bush T-shirt at the president’s July Fourth rally in Charleston has been sent home to Texas.
Nicole Rank, who was working for FEMA in West Virginia, and her husband, Jeff, were removed from the Capitol grounds in handcuffs shortly before Bush’s speech. The pair wore T-shirts with the message “Love America, Hate Bush.”
The Ranks were ticketed for trespassing and released. They have been given summonses to appear in court, Charleston Police Lt. C.A. Vincent said Wednesday.