I was at the West Allis rally for President Bush, on Friday, September 3. Contrary to the false report sent out by the AP, there were NO boos when President Bush annnounced that former President Clinton was in the hospital. Rather, there was a very soft collective intake of breath (as in "What?!"), and then when President Bush asked for prayers for him, there was respectful, supportive applause (if it's possible to describe applause that way, and yes, I believe it is).
Here's more on the scandalously biased AP story. You can hear the crowd for yourself via the audio link on that page (just scroll down).
Why am I posting on this now, a week later? Because the original lie has spread around the globe and continues to be reported as fact. As Captain Ed puts it:
But this is far too outrageous for people to sit quietly by. It's one thing to report selectively; it's something completely different to write fiction and pass it off as news. The Associated Press has apparently decided to trade in its credibility with news readers and media sources in order to libel George Bush and a group of people who reacted in a most human and sympathetic fashion to the news of a political opponent's ill health.