Gregg Garvey of Keystone Heights lost his 23-year-old son to battle in Iraq in 2003. He's joined the war protests outside the president's Texas ranch -- but as a supporter of Bush and the military.
He says people have had enough Bush bashing, and that Cindy Sheehan's protest "does not represent all of America."
Sheehan is the mother of a soldier killed in Iraq last year. She says she'll keep up her anti-war demonstration near Bush's Crawford ranch until the president meets with her or finishes his August vacation.
She's been joined by dozens of anti-war protesters on weekdays and thousands on the weekends. But more supporters like Garvey are coming to Crawford to counter her protests.
Hundreds of signs declaring "This is Bush Country!" have popped up in ditches and on fences along the road leading to Bush's central Texas ranch.