Friday, September 02, 2005

Bullwinkle pulls a rabbit out of his hat

The following comes from Random Numbers:

"An August 28th AP article admits that President Bush personally urged Louisiana Governor Kathleen Blanco to order mandatory evacuation of New Orleans long before Katrina struck.
Gov. Kathleen Blanco, standing beside the mayor at a news conference, said President Bush called and personally appealed for a mandatory evacuation for the low-lying city, which is prone to flooding.
Hearing the version of events touted as fact by the lying scum that refers to itself as “reality based” seems to point to an extremely unreal definition of reality. To hear them tell it Bush not only ignored the danger, he personally cut the funds needed to prevent it in the first place. As any high-school government student would be able to tell you if it was wasn’t for the wonderful job of brainwashing done on our youth by the Marxist group of otherwise unemployable useful idiots known as the NEA, Presidents PROPOSE budgets, but congress actually writes them to suit their own agendas. And as the article clearly points out, President Bush pleaded with the governor to order mandatory evacuations. What New Orleans mayor Ray Nagin did instead was issue a suggestion:
The mayor called the order unprecedented and said anyone who could leave the city should. He exempted hotels from the evacuation order because airlines had already canceled all flights.
Mandatory evacuations don’t use the word “should”, they use the word “must”. If you’ve seen any TV at all in the last few days you’ve seen hundreds of buses, both city and school system, sitting on parking lots and in many cases partially underwater in New Orleans. Those buses could have carried out evacuees that couldn’t afford to leave otherwise, saving evacuees and buses from the flooding.
The America-hating left’s warped ideology relies so much on dishonesty and the predisposition of the their constituents to accept it that facts go unnoticed by them. Reality based? Not by a long shot…."


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