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Wednesday, August 31, 2005

News From Lake New Orleans

Posted by Bob Brigham

Gotta love this update:

8:04 P.M. - Mayor Nagin: Unhappy that the helicopters slated to drop 3,000-pound bags into the levee never showed up to stop the flow of water.

Bush can't handle an unexpected event. After 9/11, he kept reading My Pet Goat and then hid on Air Force 1. After the Tsunami, he did almost nothing until the entire world community's outrage forced him to act. After the worst distaster ever, Bush took a break from his vacation to try and swindle seniors -- but not to help victims. Bush has the reflexes of a coward. Bush isn't just a chicken-hawk, yet another disaster proves he's chicken-shit -- instead of dealing with the problem Bush let's it get worse.

Posted at 12:36 AM in Republicans | Technorati


Sorry in advance for the hard words:

Ain't that fucking hard truth! He was here in California earlier today wasn't he? I just sat and watched the destruction caused, not by the Hurricane, but the collapse of the protection system put in place by the Army Corp of Engineers and the National Guard.

And where's all the goddamn good intentioned National Guardspeople? In goddamned Iraq! And the Deep Water equip? In Iraq. Boy that makes great stinking sense.

W's always been a dry drunk and he's proving his denial of reality more and more everyday.

I speak for myself only not any campaign or candidate. But....fuck 'em.

Posted by: Stuart O'Neill [TypeKey Profile Page] at August 31, 2005 01:23 AM | Permalink | Edit Comment | Delete Comment

Amen Brother!!

Posted by: dougyg [TypeKey Profile Page] at August 31, 2005 08:37 AM | Permalink | Edit Comment | Delete Comment

Bob, I agree with you on this one. Lets also not forget that this unjust war Bush got us in has tied up our national gaurd and army reserves. Soldiers that are normally used to help disaster areas such as New Orleans.

Posted by: Andy_Duphrane [TypeKey Profile Page] at August 31, 2005 04:27 PM | Permalink | Edit Comment | Delete Comment