by Kevin Caruso
February 1, 2006
Hurricane Katrina was one of the worst disasters in the history of the United States, but Bush did not mention Hurricane Katrina, those who died in the disaster, or the survivors in his State of the Union Address.
Because he knows that people died because of him.
He knows that people suffered because of him.
He knows that he did not grasp the seriousness of the disaster for several days.
He knows that he made mistake after mistake.
He knows that race came into play with the government’s deplorable response.
He knows that class came into play with the government’s deplorable response.
He knows that FEMA failed miserably.
He knows his administration failed miserably.
He knows that he failed miserably.
And he knows that mentioning Hurricane Katrina in his State of the Union Address would remind Americans how he failed them IN EVERY WAY after the storm.
Not mentioning Hurricane Katrina, not paying respect to those who died, and not acknowledging those who survived, was outrageous, inexcusable, and unconscionable.
You are a disgrace Bush.