...In a ruined city -- still largely without power, stinking with piles of garbage and still 20 percent submerged; where people are foraging in the mi
September 19, 2005

...In a ruined city -- still largely without power, stinking with piles of garbage and still 20 percent submerged; where people are foraging in the miasma and muck for food, corpses and the sentimental detritus of their lives; and where unbearably sad stories continue to spill out about hordes of evacuees who lost their homes and patients who died in hospitals without either electricity or rescuers -- isn't it rather tasteless, not to mention a waste of energy, to haul in White House generators just to give the president a burnished skin tone and a prettified background?...read on (reg req. The Star Telegram)

Dowd makes a good point in her latest. Which Bush will be remembered as the true conservative?

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