Thursday, January 22, 2009

How Low Can They Get?

From the newly revamped White House website - h/t - WND:
"President Obama will keep the broken promises made by President Bush to rebuild New Orleans and the Gulf Coast. He and Vice President Biden will take steps to ensure that the federal government will never again allow such catastrophic failures in emergency planning and response to occur...

"President Obama swiftly responded to Hurricane Katrina. Citing the Bush Administration's 'unconscionable ineptitude' in responding to Hurricane Katrina, then-Senator Obama introduced legislation requiring disaster planners to take into account the specific needs of low-income hurricane victims...."
How low can these people get?! President Bush has gone out of his way to show the utmost respect for Barack Obama and to facilitate a smooth transition for his new administration, and Barack Obama has never hesitated for a moment to trash him!

Obama even uses the official White House website to spew his virulent and vulgar attacks against Mr. Bush!

If you'll recall, during the recent Presidential campaign, Barack Obama lambasted Sen. McCain and accused him of waging negative attacks against him. The Obama campaign even created a website called the "Low Road Express" highlighting McCain's alleged invectives.

They posted a video of McCain in 2000 promising that he would never "take the low road to highest office of the land."

"Hypocricy", they called it.

But truth be told, Sen. McCain couldn't possibly stoop to the level of these miscreants, even if he tried!

What's more: Did Barack Obama really show that much empathy for the people of New Orleans?!

Let's take a stroll down 'memory lane' and find out:

Joe Biden and Barack Obama voted twice for the infamous Alaskan "Bridge To Nowhere" and they specifically voted against giving that money to Katrina victims!:


These people are nothing but a bunch of despicable and disingenuous lowlives!

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

That is really low, alright!!!

The government has poured billions of dollars into Katrina recovery.

Here in the Texas Hill Country where many resettled, FEMA spent over a million building these former NOLA's a church. And we had churches they could attend. They had to have their own. This was repeated over and over all over the country.

The ones who went back and went to work rebuilding their homes deserved help.

The others are no less well off than they were before Katrina. They are just looking for a lifetime handout.