Bush is heading to England:
protesters angry over the official invitation are planning a series of marches and stunts during his three-day trip next week.
One of those will be the toppling of a statue of Bush from a plinth in Trafalgar Square in a symbolic aping of the overthrow of Saddam Hussein by U.S.-led forces this year.
The six-meter (18-foot) papier-mache effigy is being built by Mell Harrison and her colleagues from peace group Theatre of War at her home in Suffolk, eastern England. It will later be painted bronze and transported to London.
Noisy Reception for Bush
These idiots can't get over the fact that they lost and Bush won. I'll be watching when they pull that thing down, hoping that it lands on a couple of pinhead protesters.