Friday, September 02, 2005

New Orleans

Molly Ivins: A Flood of Bad Policies --
To use a fine Southern word, it's tacky to start playing the blame game before the dead are even counted. It is not too soon, however, to make a point that needs to be hammered home again and again, and that is that government policies have real consequences in people's lives.
Maureen Dowd: United States of Shame --
Why does this self-styled "can do" president always lapse into such lame "who could have known?" excuses.


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