Thursday, March 02, 2006

For the 100th time...

Can we impeach him yet?

WASHINGTON - On the eve of Hurricane Katrina's fateful landfall,
President Bush was confident. His homeland security chief appeared relaxed. And warnings of the coming destruction — breached or overrun levees, deaths at the New Orleans Superdome and overwhelming needs for post-storm rescues — were delivered in dramatic terms to all involved. All of it was captured on videotape.

The Associated Press obtained the confidential government video and made it public Wednesday, offering Americans their own inside glimpse into the government's fateful final Katrina preparations after months of fingerpointing and political recriminations.

Once again Shrub and his entire administration are caught in a lie but this time it's on videotape.