transcript Blitzer: You know, it seems the president can't cut a break on a lot of these issues. Today he's trying to promote the recovery effort in
April 27, 2006

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Blitzer: You know, it seems the president can't cut a break on a lot of these issues. Today he's trying to promote the recovery effort in the Gulf Coast. All of a sudden this Senate panel comes up with this proposal led by a Republican chairman, Susan Collins of Maine, to abolish FEMA. Are White House officials pointing out that on almost any day he tries to have a message of the day, someone is stepping on it? Yesterday Karl Rove's going before a grand jury clearly stepped on the Tony Snow announcement as press secretary.

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Blitzer: It seems this administration, as I said earlier, can't cut a break. On any day they try to do something, they are going to be undermined by other developments, including today.

When were journalists supposed to be worried if any administration is lucky or not? Maybe it's because they are knee deep in corruption and incompetence?

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