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A commentary on Bush's America Wednesday, September 07, 2005

Scanning the blogosphere, I found this. Steve Gilliard has a strong opinion of the crisis in Louisiana. This entry is from 9/03/05.

This guys writes an entertaining blog. Just read then entry. He's clear, concise and to the point. He doesn't mince words and I like that.

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At 10:43 AM, Blogger Cynicus said...
The tide is reversing. Around here, the blame is being reassigned to the Governor (useless >woman<), the Mayor (you know, he''not our kind, Dear'), and to the victims themselves ("Ain't that like a [N-Word], to loot more stuff than they could swim with.")

Racism, class war, victim-blaming, White House spin, the desperate need to feel that the country's leader is suitable, the return of the news media to cooperation instead of questioning, ten cents/gallon drop in gas prices....... whatever factor of factors, the status quo will be back in place in another week.

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At 11:46 AM, Anonymous Greymagius said...
Yup... I noticed the 'Blame Game" as Bush so swiftly (swift boat?) started to call it.
The frightening thing is the number of violation of basic Constitutional rights he's taking away, while using Katrina as an excuse.
Taking firearms from citizens(without necessarily providing cause, but leaving 'Private Security' often armed with semi or fully automatic weapons alone)
Setting up 'Refugee' or 'Relocation' camps for evacuees from NOLA.
The Bush Administration used the term 'Refugees initially, and perhaps it is accurate in 'His' Amerika
Refugee:One who flees in search of refuge, as in times of war, political oppression, or religious persecution.
These camps are frightening. A link provides a bit of insight that should cause most Americans, especially those who remember the history of Nazi Germany to feel a great deal of fright.
I suggest a Google Search of FEMA camps, as a bit of an eye opener. If it's back up try,

I tend to grow more worried (and wanting my OWN gun) by the day.

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