I always worry when the President travels oversees. The moonbats over there are far more rabid. Looks like that worry is justified.
Georgian officials believe a grenade was thrown at the stage where President Bush (search) was giving a speech Tuesday, prompting the U.S. Secret Service to investigate what could have been a deadly security breach.
The Secret Service learned of the possible grenade after Bush left the former Soviet republic on Tuesday. Georgian authorities said a device was thrown within 100 feet of the stage before knocking against a spectator and falling to the ground, according to Secret Service spokesman Jonathan Cherry.
The report stated that a Georgian security officer picked up the device and removed it from the area. The Secret Service had not seen the device as of Tuesday evening, Cherry said. It has agents in Tbilisi working with the FBI, State Department and Georgian authorities to investigate the report. . . . . . .