CRAWFORD, Texas (AP) -- President Bush is not the only show in this sleepy town any more.
A few months ago, a Dallas peace activist bought a house near the Bush's ranch so that hundreds of demonstrators trekking into Crawford have a place to gather and voice their dissent of the Iraq war and other issues. They speak words that some residents here could do without hearing.
"We wanted to have a place to speak our truth from," said John Wolf, who paid the down payment on the $54,000 house with proceeds from the sale of $1 buttons at peace rallies. "The idea is to provide a voice for those truly affected by the administration's policies."
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