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Today, George W. Bush is speaking at a High school in the Katrina area.

The lying sack of garbage who totally failed the people who fell victim to Katrina, is, like a jackal, scavenging on their goodness.

He gives a talk about the challenges, about rebuilding. But he talks about the heroes of Katrina, the people who sacrificed and gave of themselves.

He gives an inspiring speech, written by some high paid Ivy League born again Christian who probably never stepped foot in the Katrina zone.

But that speech takes advantage of the real people, the actual good people, the actual heroes

Bush states. "If there's another natural disaster, we'll respond in better fashion."

Yo George, YOU are the natural disaster! You appointed the people who failed New Orleans. You appointed the people or appointed people who appointed people in the army corps of engineers who failed to build the levees to function at a safe level. You hired hundreds, no, thousands of people who

Now Bush says the way to bring money to the area is to give more offshore leases to energy companies. Oh, what a surprise-- the solution is to give more gifts to huge energy giants.

Excuse me while I clean the vomit off my keyboard. This man MUST be impeached, must be prosecuted, tried and incarcerated. Otherwise, he'll leave the presidency a multi-billionaire-- not necessarily with money in US banks, but with offshore holdings that will keep his spawn in wealth for generations.

The moron continues reading his speech, clearly bored... "It's a spectacular nation, isn't it, when compassion overflows to overwhelming?" The crowd, probably triply vetted as Bush supporters, claps loudly. Again, he's trying to get credit by association.

Bush is a miserable failure who miserably failed the people of the gulf area. He should be ashamed of himself.
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