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Friday, February 10, 2006

The Fine Art of Finger Pointing

There can't possibly be anything more painful and aggravating than watching professional politicians talk.

FEMA scapegoat Michael Brown is being filleted again today in an attempt to make Bush and his home boys look blameless in the New Orleans Mess called Katrina.

Problem is, aside from all of the other nonsense being spouted, I find it hard to believe, despite the claims Republican Senator Norman Coleman keeps trying to make, that "President Bush had no idea that the Levee's broke on Monday because Michael Brown didn't (personally) tell him".

Considering there were...oh...about 6000 news crews with cameras and at least 10 channels devoted to the Katrina blow-by-blow news 24/ could he not know, when everyone else in the country knew.

Maybe Bush's cable package didn't include the Weather Channel, or CNN or FOX News...or ABC...or NBC....or CBS.

I see that not only isn't the ancient tradition of scapegoating dead yet, but it's being taken to brand new heights.

Pfft! Ridiculousness.



At Sun Feb 12, 05:56:00 AM, Blogger kimmyk said...

I think they're acting like Louisiana is some third world country or something.

I have friends who are down in Mississippi working and they say the further they go inland...the worse it gets...people are still without electricity and water and food. One person is living in a mobile home he said where it was torn in two...and they're living in 1/2 of what was their home because they still have no place to go.

Sad situation.

At Sun Feb 12, 07:01:00 PM, Blogger Firestarter5 said...

Everyone knows that Dubya was watching the news just like the rest of us. What most are afraid to admit is that when the reporters kept mentioning "levee's", Dubya kept thinking, "A what?"

George W Bush is a retard.

At Mon Feb 13, 09:41:00 AM, Blogger Chuck said...

The whole thing seems like cardiac failure with no first aid. Now we're trying to resurrect N.O. from the dead.



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