8/31/2005

Americablog - Comments on Bush's indifference

What's the point of sending a letter/email. He can't read it.

If he ever comes to the area, I'll protest.
SE Ohioan | 08.30.05 - 5:44 pm | #

Well New Orleans is a notoriously Democratic stronghold.

I could see why he'd short change that speck of blue in a very red state.

I fucking hate that man.
Scott | Homepage | 08.30.05 - 5:47 pm | #

Well... He IS planning something, for 4:30 PM tomorrow.

This from scotty in the press room:


Press Gaggle by Scott McClellan
Naval Air Station North Island
San Diego, California 9:34 A.M. PDT

MR. McCLELLAN: All right, let me start over. I wanted to get this information to you all as soon as possible, but the President did make the decision this morning to return to D.C. tomorrow -- tomorrow, after we return this afternoon to Crawford. Tomorrow morning, I expect the President will probably participate in a conference call with some federal officials to receive the latest update and make sure we're doing all we can to coordinate the response efforts. And then we will depart around 10:40 a.m. tomorrow from Waco. He'll return to Washington.

When we return, probably around 4:00 p.m. in the afternoon, the President will chair a White House task force meeting on the response efforts to Hurricane Katrina. The White House has established an interagency task force. It consists to supplement and strengthen our response efforts. The interagency task force will consist of all the relevant agencies, including the Department of Homeland Security, Housing and Urban Development, Health and Human Services, Environmental Protection Agency, Department of Defense, and others. Those are some of the agencies that will be included. The Department of Energy will be included in it, obviously. And that meeting will take place at 4:00 p.m. tomorrow.


...egad... can't shrub even find the moral fiber to get on TV and talk to the country?

no... that would be 'compassionate'.

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Soundboy_Jeff | 08.30.05 - 5:47 pm | #

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