September 28, 2005

Political analysis of the week

Lawrence O'Donnell comments on President Bush's post-Rita speech (on The McLaughlin Group):
There are few Presidents in our history more lost than that. [Members of panel laugh out loud.] For him to find this desperate pathway from Katrina, from lives lost because of government mishandling of the hurricane that hit New Orleans. To get a path from there to his war on terror, and somehow link the hurricane to Al Qaeda, is as large as possible flight of mental illness as we've seen in a President.

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