Bush working hard in New Orleans

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    Aw, come on, Zoom, they're just havin' some good 'ol Bush-bashin fun, now. :lame2:

    Bush is working hard to help out in the Gulf, so they must resort to doctored photos. It's beyond childish, but then, most of the anti-Bush rhetoric is.
     
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    Yeah...you are right Abbey.

    Have your fun DFresh (DFresh? DFresh what?)....

    Between Sean Penn running around New Orleans with a shotgun and Geraldo pushing rescuers out of the way to get a photo-op...they need to do this kind of thing to keep the attention away from themselves.
     
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    How's this for interesting.

    Tuesday, Aug. 30, some 24 hours after Hurricane Katrina had ripped through New Orleans, was that the president would have to cut short his five-week vacation by a couple of days and return to Washington.

    .........the following day, Wednesday. This would give them a day to get back from their vacations and their staffs to work up some ideas about what to do in the aftermath of the storm. President Bush knew the storm and its consequences had been bad; but he didn't quite realize how bad.

    ..........How this could be—how the president of the United States could have even less "situational awareness," as they say in the military, than the average American about the worst natural disaster in a century—is one of the more perplexing and troubling chapters in a story that, despite moments of heroism and acts of great generosity, ranks as a national disgrace.


    http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/9287434/
     
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    Yawn.
     

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    Go back to bed loser.
     
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    Damn....got ya with a one word response.

    Go me...go me...go me....

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    Ahhhh the village idiot is back..Good ole DFresh, I see that you've posted 21 times this year,
    until today..Of that 21, 18 were bash Bush, what happened DU go down today or something? :laugh: :trolls:
     

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