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Stephen Kruiser

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April 25, 2013 - 10:32 pm

Refreshing honesty.

George W. Bush was good as his word. He visited the Gulf states 17 times; went 13 times to New Orleans. Laura Bush made 24 trips. Bush saw that $126 billion in aid was sent to the Gulf’s residents, as some members of his own party in Congress balked.
Bush put a special emphasis on rebuilding schools and universities. He didn’t forget African-Americans: Bush provided $400 million to the historically black colleges, now integrated, that remain a pride, and magnet for African-American students. Laura Bush, a librarian, saw to it that thousands of books ruined by the floods were replaced. To this day, there are many local libraries with tributes devoted to her efforts.
It was a team effort. I’m glad to report the commission I served on went out-of-business in 2010. I’m also grateful and proud to report that President Bush was one of the leaders, and a very important member, of that team. Our recovery can be credited to the civility and tireless efforts of President Bush and other Americans, who united and worked together to help rebuild the Gulf and the place of my birth, New Orleans.

Breaking from the Hive Mind narrative is always met with revulsion among the Democrats, but countering the Bush-Cheney Weather Machine Katrina fairy tale is a mortal sin. And Bush Derangement Syndrome is still a brain rotting disease for which no cure, or even treatment for the symptoms, has been found. Check out this post and the ensuing comments from Democratic Underground.

Resistance is futile…

Stephen Kruiser is a professional comedian and writer who has also been a conservative political activist for over two decades. A co-founder of the first Los Angeles Tea Party, Kruiser often speaks to grassroots groups around America and has had the great honor of traveling around the world entertaining U.S. troops.

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It's good to see Brazile acknowledge Bush's recovery efforts, but she still starts with the false narrative created by a thoroughly corrupt news media that the federal response was a complete disaster. If Barack Obama had been president when Katrina struck, the narrative would have been one of heroic efforts(which did take place) and a "Gosh, look at what a terrible situation FEMA has to deal with and there's only so much they can do so quickly." That was their attitude a week after Sandy while FEMA was still MIA in most of Staten Island and the Rockaways. If they had played Sandy the way they played Katrina, Barack Obama would be cooling his heels in Chicago right now.
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Of course I agree with what you say, but I appreciate any lefty who makes an effort to be fair. It's such a rarity!
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I read what she had to say and I give her credit for going against the left wing grain in writing honestly and from her own perspective what Bush did right in Katrina's aftermath. It's about time someone told the truth!
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Hmm, looked up her bio. Vice-Chairwoman Dem Nat'l Committee. She said good things about the enemy? Shame!

Know what else? She has served on Presidential campaign after campaign after campaign. Every one of those was a loss, except Carter: Jackson, Mondale, Gephardt, Dukakis, Gore.
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I troll DU every night to tweet their idiocy. I could stay awake all night tweeting them, but alas, I have a job.
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