Saturday, September 10, 2005


In a piece titled, "Bush's response to disaster all too typical" we read this:

" one has been held accountable for anything. The administration set this pattern long ago: It is constantly surprised and never accountable.
The real question is, why did Washington take so long to mobilize (the National Guard)? The administration underestimated the problem, failed to plan for the predictable aftermath, and refused to accept responsibility for its actions.

Just as when the president took America and many of its allies into the Iraq war based on false and distorted intelligence....

Katrina surprised a woefully ill-prepared administration. Bush and his officials failed in their most basic responsibility -- to maintain the peaceful social framework within which Americans normally live and work together."

That is exactly the problem with the President of the United States! Couldn't have said it better myself. The most interesting thing about this article is who it is from:

Doug Bandow, a senior fellow at the Cato Institute, is a former special assistant to President Ronald Reagan.

When a Republican President loses the CATO Institute...things are bad...Real Bad!

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