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Several hundred Bush supporters in Louisiana on Saturday used a 33,000 pound tractor to destroy Dixie Chicks CDs and other items after band member Natalie Maines lashed out at America's commander-in-chief. Last week, Maines — apparently not crazy about a U.S.-led war with Iraq — reportedly told a London audience, "Just so you know, we're ashamed the president of the United States is from Texas." Word has it that some of the protestors also tossed copies of Kelly Osbourne's new disc under the tractor, because, well, it's awful.

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Several hundred Bush supporters in Louisiana on Saturday used a 33,000 pound tractor to destroy Dixie Chicks CDs and other items after band member Natalie Maines lashed out at America's commander-in-chief. Last week, Maines — apparently not crazy about a U.S.-led war with Iraq — reportedly told a London audience, "Just so you know, we're ashamed the president of the United States is from Texas." Word has it that some of the protestors also tossed copies of Kelly Osbourne's new disc under the tractor, because, well, it's awful.