31 August 2006

Another Katrina lesson

Recently the InstaPundit (what a cool name for blog) posted a link to his lessons from Katrina post from last year, a good post.

I thought I would do the same.  Also, this post covers the lesson in federalism that Katrina provided.

One thing I’ve been wondering about lately is why no one thinks that Blanco and Nagin refused to act just so that the President could be blamed for the whole thing.  After all, many people find it easy to believe that he allowed 9/11 to happen for politically expedient reasons.  It ought to be just as easy to believe that a couple of Democrats could devise a scheme whereby poor blacks are left to fend for themselves, leaving the blame for it all squarely on the shoulders of the President.

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