Osama and Katrina – New York Times

http://www.nytimes.com/2005/09/07/opinion/07friedman.html?ex=1126497600&en=eb4f4bdecb8c327c&ei=5070

Tom Friedman has long been one of the better NYTimes editorialists, and I liked much of today’s column:

Well, if 9/11 is one bookend of the Bush administration, Katrina may be the other. If 9/11 put the wind at President Bush’s back, Katrina’s put the wind in his face. If the Bush-Cheney team seemed to be the right guys to deal with Osama, they seem exactly the wrong guys to deal with Katrina – and all the rot and misplaced priorities it’s exposed here at home.

These are people so much better at inflicting pain than feeling it, so much better at taking things apart than putting them together, so much better at defending “intelligent design” as a theology than practicing it as a policy.

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