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A Tale Of Two Disasters

By The Reverend Published: October 28, 2007


It's really something to behold. America's president commenting on Southern California fires the other day. Contrary to popular opinion that started sometime in 1999 or 2000, no one I know would like to sit down and have a beer with this president. Why? Basically because he's an immature pr*ck.

Commenting on any distinctions in response to recent and ongoing California fires versus response to Katrina, the presidential pr*ck said this...

'It makes a significant difference when you have someone in the statehouse who's willing to lead,' Bush said."

Most media I watched did not include that tidbit. I wonder why?

Junior began his descent in approval ratings IMMEDIATELY after the New Orleans Drowning disaster. That descent, now at a Nixonian 24%, was an obvious reaction to "someone" in the White House who was unwilling to "lead" during the Katrina disaster. Anyone know who that "someone" was?

When New Orleans was flooded so tragically, George and Karl had quickly come up with a new political gerrymandering program. If the GOP couldn't vote Democrats out down in Louisiana, then maybe they could drown them out in this new "opportunity" George's Higher Father handed to him.

And it all worked out to the advantage of the Party of the Presidenial Pr*ck, by the way. Louisiana now has far less Democratic minority voters and a fresh Republican as governor. Maybe god has been talking to the Decider after all.

However, junior silver spooner pr*ck presidents, like George W. Bush, just can't resist their default College Republican fallback positions, can they? Cynically blaming a Louisiana Democrat, now out of office, while Junior did everything he could possibly do to ignore and stall any federal relief effort in New Orleans.

Katheen Blanco, former Louisiana governor and the "someone" pr*ck-boy was referring to responded....

Blanco(a Democrat) issued the following statement in response: "'I was the only game in town, leading for nearly a week without the president's help.... Of all the lessons learned from Katrina now being put into place in California, I would hope the one he would remember is that politics has no place in any disaster. While the promise of help from Washington is being extended, Gov. Schwarzenegger will have to work hard to make it a reality. In the meantime, Louisiana stands by ready to help with anything they may need." Link

The "..politics has no place in any disaster" comment is the opposite of George Bush and Karl Rove's thinking. You see with political pr*cks like the Texas Twisters, politics is the only thing that has a place when a disaster happens.

Look at the aftermath of the disaster of 9-11. Do you think Bullhorn Boy was thinking "politics has no place in any disaster" when he stumbled around on a pile of New York rubble? Or do you think he was there on that pile of rubble, stumbling around, BECAUSE of politics? Ditto for the Crossdressing Mayor Guiliani.

When Pr*ck Boy and TurdBlossom didn't rush in to New Orleans and have a new Bullhorn Boy minute immediately after the levees broke, do you think it was because they didn't want to introduce "politics" into that "disaster"? you think that their absence WAS the politics?

Do you believe Pr*ck-Boy put Turd-Boy in charge of the reconstruction of the New Orleans disaster BECAUSE Bush believed "politics has no place in any disaster"? Or just the opposite...that disaster is where politics finds it's opportunities?

And to Blanco's credit....when she said, "While the promise of help from Washington is being extended...", she was backhanding a presidential pr*ck who says and promises many things but rarely, if ever, delivers. Unless, of course, the delivering baits the 25% lunatic GOP base, like the heartless veto of adding children to insurance coverage, or attempts to deceive the rest of in the run-up to the Iraq quagmire "delivery".

Kathleen Blanco is a class act who did her best to deal with a tough situation. When an emergency disaster situation came to New Orleans, Blanco wasn't thinking politics. Too bad that's ALL the Texas Mafia Boys COULD think of at the time.



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