Wednesday, August 31, 2005

On Bush and the US's Greatest Natural Disaster in 100 years
From the Manchester Union-Leader (Yes, that Manchester Union-Leader, the conservative one)Via AmericaBlog:
A better leader would have flown straight to the disaster zone and announced the immediate mobilization of every available resource to rescue the stranded, find and bury the dead, and keep the survivors fed, clothed, sheltered and free of disease.

The cool, confident, intuitive leadership Bush exhibited in his first term, particularly in the months immediately following Sept. 11, 2001, has vanished. In its place is a diffident detachment unsuitable for the leader of a nation facing war, natural disaster and economic uncertainty.

Wherever the old George W. Bush went, we sure wish we had him back.
If you find him, you can have him.

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