[SpamCop-Social] My boy Howard Dean
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Tue Sep 6 11:57:04 EDT 2005
I still like him, screamer or not.....
WASHINGTON -- President Bush yesterday toured the hurricane-ravaged Gulf Coast for
the second time in four days, but Democrats continued to blame him for the federal
government's slow response to Hurricane Katrina.
Mr. Bush ignored the criticism, preferring to buck up shell-shocked residents at
a Baton Rouge, La., emergency center with promises of federal aid.
"If it's not right, we're going to fix it, and if it is right, we're going to
keep doing it," he said. "This is one of these disasters that will test our soul and
test our spirit.
"But we're going to show the world, once again, that not only we will survive,
but that we will be stronger and better for it when it's all said and done, that
amidst this darkness, there is light," he added.
Democratic National Committee Chairman Howard Dean was not impressed.
"President Bush's visit today is just another callous political move crafted by
Karl Rove," he said, referring to Mr. Bush's chief political adviser.
"This is one failure we will not allow Rove and the GOP attack machine to spin
away with their usual barrage of photo ops, misinformation, smear campaigns and press
conferences," Mr. Dean added.
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