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Friday, September 02, 2005

Fairly Imbalanced. Just to show that I'm an equal opportunity blame-gamer, here's a link to video of Channel One alum Anderson Cooper unleashing the fooking fury on Democratic Senator Mary Landrieu. She's thanking all the nice politicians for their help, and Anderson loses it, telling her about watching rats eating a dead body.

But again, Bush gets the lion's share of blame here. I know, I blame Bush for just about anything that goes wrong whether it be a bungled war based on lies or the Orioles falling out of contention again. There's no getting around this one though. Decisions have consequences.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Bush administration funding cuts forced federal engineers to delay improvements on the levees, floodgates and pumping stations that failed to protect New Orleans from Hurricane Katrina's floodwaters, agency documents showed on Thursday.

The former head of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, the agency that handles the infrastructure of the nation's waterways, said the damage in New Orleans probably would have been much less extensive had flood-control efforts been fully funded over the years.
Tax cuts for the rich, funding cuts for levees.

I heard Led Zeppelin "When the Levee Breaks" being played on the radio yesterday. That's just wrong.

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