Tuesday, August 30

KATRINA, NOT SHEEHAN, GETS BUSH'S ATTENTION

In the wake of the catastrophic impact (far from being entirely assessed at this point) of Hurricane Katrina -- the death, destruction, and large-scale displacement of people -- President Bush has cut short his already disrupted vacation in Crawford, Texas, to return to Washington D.C. to "coordinate the federal response."

Appropriately, the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina, not the vulgarity-laced tizzy-fit of Windbag Sheehan, is getting the president's attention.

SOURCE: The Associated Press (AP)