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Last updated on July 24th, 2017 at 11:17 am
They’ll get the President coming and going, writes Sher Zieve:
After blaming President Bush for the feds response to Katrina, [NBC’s David] Gregory decided to rebuke him for “too much response” to Hurricane Rita’s impending onslaught when he asked the president, at a news conference: “Aren’t you and your entourage getting in the way?”
Which politician emerged from the mess of Katrina as the biggest bonehead involved? No, it’s not Michael Brown, George W. Bush, or even the bumbling Louisiana Gov. Kathleen Babineaux Blanco.
Hint: it’s the same guy over whom the New York Times gushes: “Hurricane Katrina has given the nation a new political celebrity … ”
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