Anti-war activists have done some verbal sparring with supporters of President Bush traveling through California.
The pro-Bush group made a stop in the hometown of Cindy Sheehan,
the mother who started the protest camp near Crawford, Texas. It is calling it the "You don't speak for me, Cindy" tour.
The verbal confrontation erupted when the group arrived in Sacramento and was met by anti-war protesters.
Sheehan supporter Dan Elliott waved a sign reading "Death is not support" and heckled one of the tour's organizers as she addressed the crowd.
A Bush supporter responded that protesters are "ruining the morale" in Iraq.
One of the activists says she'd like to meet with Sheehan once the pro-Bush group gets to Texas.
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