Sept. 26, 2005 6:44 p.m.
(CBS) — CBS News correspondent Gloria Borger reports that Michael Brown, who recently resigned as the head of the FEMA, has been rehired by the agency as a consultant to evaluate it's response following Hurricane Katrina.
"to evaluate it's response following Hurricane Katrina" Incredible!
Maureen Dowd had a few things to say about Bush's inability to govern: http://www.centredaily.com/mld/centredaily/news/opinion/12741152.htm
WASHINGTON — 'The president won’t be happy until he dons a yellow slicker and actually takes the place of Anderson Cooper, violently blown about by Rita as he talked into a camera lens lashed with water, hanging onto a mailbox as he was hit by a flying pig in a squall, sucked up by a waterspout in the eye of the storm over the Dry Tortugas.
'Then maybe he’ll go back to the White House and do his job instead of running down to the Gulf Coast for silly disaster-ops every other day.
'There’s nothing more pathetic than watching someone who’s out of touch feign being in touch. On his fifth sodden pilgrimage of penitence to the devastation he took so long to comprehend, W. desperately tried to show concern. He said he had spent some “quality time” at a Chevron plant in Pascagoula, Miss., and nattered about trash removal, infrastructure assessment teams and the “can-do spirit.”'
'The more the president echoes his dad’s “Message: I care,” the more the world hears “Message: I can’t.”'