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|President Bush denied Monday there was any racial component to people being left behind after Hurricane Katrina, despite suggestions from some critics that the response would have been quicker if so many of the victims hadn't been poor and black. "The storm didn't discriminate and neither will the recovery effort," Bush said. "The rescue efforts were comprehensive. The recovery will be comprehensive." HEY IT WASN'T THE STORM YOU MORON...IT WAS YOUR MISMANAGEMENT OF THE LEVEES!!!|
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