Great Job, Junior!

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‘I mean, how incompetent do you have to be to send truckloads of ice to Maine and Montana while Hurricane survivors are still without power in Mississippi and Louisiana?’

By Steve Russell / The Rag Blog / January 22, 2009

AIDS in Africa.

I recently made the bald unsupported assertion that Bush II must have been correct about something or done something right.

Directing serious resources to fighting AIDS in Africa. Serious problem to which Clinton gave lip service but Bush gave money. An expenditure that has no short term benefit for the US.

Yes. Bush did something right.

It only took me two days to come up with that.

When I look back on the last eight years, I am flabbergasted at how God-awful the Bush Administration was in every sense. I thought Reagan was the Prince of Darkness but at least he put some people in high positions who were fundamentally competent, so you knew basic stuff would get done even if the government overall was steering in a direction you did not like.

I mean, how incompetent do you have to be to send truckloads of ice to Maine and Montana while Hurricane survivors are still without power in Mississippi and Louisiana?

And how can you look back on it and regret an unfortunate photo? Land Air Force One? What about a few pallets of bottled water and MRE’s for the people in the Superdome? How stupid is that?

Heckuva job, Bushies!

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