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Thursday, September 01, 2005

Liberals blame Bush yet again

Instead of focusing on the real problem, liberals have been (yet again) blaming Bush. They say that Bush "appeared a day later than he was needed." But needed for what? And exactly how would an "idiot" help? An editorial in the NY Times says, "He then read an address of a quality more appropriate for an Arbor Day celebration: a long laundry list of pounds of ice, generators and blankets delivered to the stricken Gulf Coast."
Ok, so if he shouldn't say what relief has been sent to the Gulf Coast, then what would you liberals like for him to say about it? What is left to say? I would really like to know.

This same editorial mentioned above wonders what Bush meant when he said that (according to the editorial) America "will be a stronger place" after enduring Katrina. Ummm, have you liberals never heard of learning from mistakes? Obviously, most of the Gulf Coast was not prepared for this. But the next time it happens, they will be much better prepared.

Lastly, the editorial says that the hurricane is also Bush's fault because "this administration won't acknowledge that global warming exists." How exactly would acknowledging this help? We already can tell that hurricanes have been increasing in their intensity and frequency.

Come on, libs. Enlighten me.

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