There are more angry people at President Bush: Native Americans Criticize Bush's Silence MINNEAPOLIS, March 24 -- Native Americans across the country
March 23, 2005

There are more angry people at President Bush: Native Americans Criticize Bush's Silence

MINNEAPOLIS, March 24 -- Native Americans across the country -- including tribal leaders, academics and rank-and-file tribe members -- voiced anger and frustration Thursday that President Bush has responded to the second-deadliest school shooting in U.S. history with silence. Three days after 16-year-old Jeff Weise killed nine members of his Red Lake tribe before taking his own life, grief-stricken American Indians complained that the White House has offered little in the way of sympathy for the tribe situated in the uppermost region of Minnesota....read on

It just seems like they aren't the voting constituency that the president might think that much of. I wonder if Tom Delay had a chance to see if there's a casino up there.

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