Liddy, now 72, rode his 2003 Harley to Sturgis this year, and South Dakota's Governor Mike Rounds was scheduled to proclaim Friday, August 7, as Liddy's day in the state. Then another politician pointed out that in 1994 Liddy had given suggestions on how to shoot at federal agents (head shots to avoid the bulletproof vests), and a storm developed. The proclamation was rescinded and the governor said it was a mistake, that it was rubber-stamped by an unnamed staffer and that he never actually signed it. Liddy is doing a daily radio show and autograph signings at the event. The Governor is doing damage-control.