You should probably read this on the actions of the Commander in Chief, and this too. Bush IS to blame for a lot of the problems they are now experiencing in New Orleans. But is he responsible for Katrina? Not according to these guys – they are blaming it on God and Gays and “divine justice”.
But the “hurricane Presdent” Bush is busy these days,
what could be more important?
“The hurricane that struck Louisiana yesterday was nicknamed Katrina by the National Weather Service,” science author Ross Gelbspan writes. “Its real name is global warming.” AP reported on a MIT analysis showing “major storms spinning in both the Atlantic and the Pacific … have increased in duration and intensity by about 50 percent” (Washington Post) since the 1970s, trends that are “closely linked to increases in the average temperatures of the ocean surface and also correspond to increases in global average atmospheric temperatures during the same period.”
One of these days, maybe, after enough death and destruction, starvation and disease, and the collapse of our entire fishing industry – just maybe global warming will be given the storyline that it deserves in the MSM. Maybe. Right now, they’re too busy ignoring the real stories to bother.
Dissent is the highest form of patriotism. (Thomas Jefferson) Especially Now
Bush has got to be feeling it by now. Or so we’d like to think. We can always hope. It’s very strange that the expected “event” occurred, with a natural disaster. But was this really “it”? We simply don’t know. But it is building, rapidly. Dissent. Division. Anger. Hostility. Distrust. Lies. Rhetoric. And now Katrina. While the world does not revolve around America, you’d think by our behavior and actions that it does. Still, we are a big fish in the pond and what we do, how we act and how we behave will have an impact on the whole world.
Another crisis has struck America, while we are STILL saddled with a lame-duck President and a do-nothing Congress. So like always, we are on our own, it’ll be up to each one of us to do our part to see this through. It’s not impossible to predict our future, not when we have the past five years to consider. So plan ahead, you know it’s coming.