Wednesday, September 07, 2005

Lies and deceipts

Michael Moore is at it again. He writes, "There is much to be said and done about the manmade annihilation of New Orleans, caused NOT by a hurricane but by the very specific decisions made by the Bush administration in the past four and a half years. Do not listen to anyone who says we can discuss all this later. No, we can't. Our country is in an immediate state of vulnerability. More hurricanes and other disasters are on the way, and a lazy bunch of self-satisfied lunatics are still running the show."
  • "... manmade annihilation of New Orleans"?
  • "... caused NOT by a hurricane but by the very specific decisions made by the Bush administration in the past four and a half years"?
I don't understand how Bush and his cronies (only Republicans, Michael?) made decisions that ultimately annihilated New Orleans. Let's all realize that Moore and his motley crue don't always tell the truth.

It seems to me that Bill Clinton and internet inventor and environmentalist Al Gore had eight years to get things straight. Am I to believe that since 2001 Bush has done everything he could to counteract the safety of New Orleans and the Gulf Coast? Has global warming only come about during Bush's presidency?

As usual, this is my humble opinion.

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