Wednesday, September 07, 2005

Check out this editorial in today's mouthpiece of the Madison left The Capital Times. The nameless writer gets extremely exercised about the following quote by George W. Bush's mother:

Everyone is so overwhelmed by the hospitality. And so many of the people in the arena here, you know, were underprivileged anyway, so this, this is working very well for them.

What Mother Bush is referring to is the relative quality of the surroundings of the Houston Astrodome, when compared to the Democrat-run Superdome in New Orleans. According to the Cap Times, any sort of optimism in the face of the Katrina aftermath is highly inappropriate, especially when the optimistic person lives in a "multi-million dollar" home.

No, when it comes to poverty, the liberals have a monopoly on the "appropriate" affect: a somber tone, a condemning voice, etc. Nevermind that their plans, including hellhole public housing projects and a family-busting welfare program, actually make poverty worse. In the end, that is probably why the editor is so upset about Bar's comment. It gets to the crux of the matter in that the evacuees are probably better off being relocated outside Democrat-run New Orleans than they otherwise would have been. After the chaos dies down, they will most likely get an opportunity to start over in a better environment.

I guess that Cap Times editors can mull that over in their multi-million dollar houses tonight, as they centrally-plan the fate of the poor in their minds. With any luck, they won't be able to plan anything in the actual government.
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