CRAWFORD TEXAS---Renowned war protestor and one time mother, Cindy Sheehan purchased a "fly speck," on the Texas map in Crawford Texas.
Using what Ms. Sheehan called dirty money, a government insurance policy from her sons death, she drew upon a trick known as The Texas Two Step to purchase a five acre plot of cactus and scrub land seven miles from President Bush's well kept ranch.
A fellow war protester Gerry Fonseca, acting as Sheehan's agent, stated he bought the five acre armadillo habitat for $52,500.
Posing as a homeless Katrina victim, Fonesca told Realtors that he wanted to settle in and "just build a little place to find a new start."
Sheehan, who is usually spat upon when she shops in Crawford, knew she didn't stand a chance in Hades to buy the property so she sent in Fonesca as a decoy.
Crawford residents are not taking kindly to being hoodwinked and soon threatened to burn down the five acre estate but there is nothing there to torch but catus and armadillos and Texans respect there state flower and mammal to much to do that.
A spokesman for the real estate firm said they had all but given up on selling the five acre plot and was about to let it be used as a place for kids to take their guns and "plink," tin cans and old beer bottles.
"And as far as I am concerned the boys are still welcome to go there and "plink," any piece of litter they can find," the spokesman said.
Ms. Sheehan on the other hand has thought about planting a peace garden on the land with a little house built of native materials ( mesquite ) to study with other protestors how to recreate a world where there is no more war, no anger and freedom for all who hate America to vent their frustration.
"When Bush gets impeached or forced to leave then who knows what we will do with the ranch. By then the taxes will be due and taxes means more money for war machines," Sheehan told reporters. "Guess I'll just have to go back home to California and become a housewife."
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