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Bush Knew About Katrina

In spite of his assertions to the contrary, reports say that Bush was informed of the worst-case scenario surrounding Hurricane Katrina, and was even videotaped being briefed. What do you think?
  • "That video was taken way out of context. If you step back and view it as just another mistake made by the administration, it's not that bad at all."

    Wally Cox
    Rental-Car Associate
  • "All this proves is he attended the meeting. There's absolutely no evidence to suggest that he was actually listening."

    Heather North
    Tuck Pointer
  • "Well, he cared enough to sit through an entire boring meeting about it."

    Alan Hewitt
    Systems Analyst