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Bush's Katrina Koverup

GW Bush seems to think that anything his administration does is beyond question and classified, but at the same time believes the lives of American Citizens are his to look into anytime he wants.

Now this, the Bush administration, citing the confidentiality of executive branch communications, said Tuesday that it did not plan to turn over certain documents about Hurricane Katrina or make senior White House officials available for sworn testimony before two Congressional committees investigating the storm response.

In Bush's first term, Cheney meets with big business oil and energy poeple to help form the Bush energy policy. No environmental groups were allowed to have input. WE as American citizens are not allowed to know what went down in the meeting. Executive priveledge.

When the 9-11 commission asked for white house documents, a few were reluctantly turned over to them with everything that had to do with the Saudis crossed out in black marker. Executive priveledge.

Bush wants to and has been ordering wiretaps on US citizens, without warrants, according to the 4th ammendment, an illegal activity. Executive priveledge.

Now, early on, I was not one of those who thought GW Bush was personally responsible for the slow response to hurricane katrina, even though he had appointed a guy to be the head of FEMA that couldn't even successfully run a horse association. However, now I wonder what they are hiding about hurricane katrina and the response to it. We might never know though. Executive priveledge.

Is there anything that GW Bush thinks he cannot do as president? Does he think he's King George? We got rid of one of those, already.

by Chris McElroy
More things that just piss me off


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