Poll For Thought

Sept. 4, 2005 — Americans are broadly critical of government preparedness in the Hurricane Katrina disaster — but far fewer take George W. Bush personally to task for the problems, and public anger about the response is less widespread than some critics would suggest.

The American people have proven time and time again they can see through the BS flying as soon as there’s an opening for attack. There have been inexcusable lapses of judgement, preparation and response that have increased the suffering of thousands. But the magnitude of the disaster dwarfs anything the United States has ever seen and Americans know that. Thank God for the common sense that courses through this country even as media mouthpieces are fanning the flames of hate and blame, irrespective of the facts. They just want all the folks from Alabama to Louisiana safe, fed and warm. The reckoning will come later.

5 Responses to “Poll For Thought”

  1. Faith says:

    Amen, ths…
    Am not commenting much these days, but am still reading- who needs the MSM…
    Glad you’re all ok-

  2. Thanks, sweet Faith. We very much appreciate the good thoughts and the visits. {:^)

  3. Mr. Bingley says:

    These are the only visits she gets, Faith.
    Nice, decent folk like me and Wunderkraut get to meet real live people…

  4. (Bingley, BASTARD!!!!)
    Ignore him, Faith. He is a petty, little man.

  5. Faith says:

    Your commentary and accompanying pix are all fine- I just have to remember to leave the coffee elsewhere when I’m reading your stuff.

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