Dan Balz writes in The Washington Post: "President Bush came under withering criticism for his handling of Hurricane Katrina yesterday, with Sen. John F. Kerry (D-Mass.) charging that the storm exposed the administration's incompetence and ideological blinders and former senator John Edwards (D-N.C.) asserting that even in its response, the administration backs policies that support the privileged over the working poor.Is it just a coincidence that Kerry and Edwards give highly critical speeches of Bush and the administration's handling of Katrina on the same day or is there some backroom coordination going on? I highly doubt it, unless there's some unknown agreement between the two. But still, an interesting public concurrence to note...
Wednesday, September 21, 2005
Got to wondering after reading Dan Froomkin's column from Tuesday, Scandal Visits the White House, about this item: