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Ah, money to the Salvation Army. Where he told those people to go for help on Friday when he touched down on the Gulf Coast. At the same time, the SA reported that they were just about out of supplies already.

No money for Operation Blessing?

Charming. Just charming.

Announcing it also looks bad because most of the people I know had already opened their wallets within 48 hours (and that's being lenient - most people I know donated within 24). Further proof it took days for George I to realize the problem existed.

"Huzzah!  These disasters - the storm and the BushCo-botched relief effort - are really  working out well for the poor."

Somehow, I do not believe that the "huzzah" is sarcasm. More likely, political opportunism.

Right, Bagman. Liberals like seeing people die when it's the fault of right-wing incompetence. It's nonsense, of course, but if that's your story, you stick to it.

You do realize that by claiming we have something to cheer about, you're admitting that BushCo screwed it all up, don't you?

Is that what Bagley meant? He so completely misrepresented what I had written that I had no clue what he was talking about. Par for that course.

"Liberals like seeing people die when it's the fault of right-wing incompetence."

Yes, I do.

"....admitting that BushCo screwed it all up, don't you?"

Actually, I do think that the President screwed up.

"He so completely misrepresented what I had written that I had no clue what he was talking about."

Perhaps I had no clue as to what you were talking about. Happens frequently.

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