The problem with George W. Bush's response to Hurricane Katrina wasn't just the bad optics; it was that his actual response was consistent with those optics.
The Bridge Project released a report documenting the Kochs' role in compounding the impact of Katrina, while profiting from the storm.
Bobby Jindal sent a letter to President Obama, requesting that the president not talk about climate change on Katrina's 10th anniversary.
Instead of noting how inept the Bush response to help tens-of-thousands of Americans was, or mourning the loss of 1,800 lives, this sick psychotic conservative hoped that an equally-catastrophic disaster would strike the city of Chicago.
Progressives sometimes criticize the south as backward, but that's not entirely fair. For example, Louisiana Republicans have developed time travel
Upon hearing that Louisiana lost track of $700 million dollars of federal money, the first thing a Republican Senator does is call for is more oversight.
Kansas Republican Rep. Tim Huelskamp told AFA Director of Issues Analysis Bryan Fischer that he saw no real need for disaster relief for Hurricane Sandy victims.
Science explains superstorms like Hurricane Sandy, but conservatives prefer to see human immorality and a wrathful god
An interesting survey of the residents of New Orleans by the Kaiser Family Foundation released today found that 49% of those surveyed think that the BP oil spill is a more damaging threat to the city than Hurricane Katrina was (40%). No matter how much BP has tried to spin their response, 84% held a negative of view of how the company responded to the man made disaster.