Monday, April 30, 2007

I Sometimes Wonder

Bu$hCo rejects help for Katrina victims. Way to go W., you idiot.

Federal agencies used only a small fraction of the more than $800 million in Hurricane Katrina assistance offered by foreign governments, according to documents released Sunday by a private watchdog group.

The rejected offers included medical teams, search-and-rescue units, body bags, bottled water, food, fuel and even specially trained rescue dogs from Poland, according to documents obtained by Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in Washington. Also turned down or stalled by bureaucratic delays were offers of two cruise ships by the Greek government for use as medical facilities and to house workers and displaced residents.

My emphasis.

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