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  1. churchillwasright

    churchillwasright said, about 8 hours ago

    The exact question was “Who do you think was more responsible for the poor response to Hurricane Katrina: George W.Bush or Barack Obama?”

    “Response” doesn’t end it weeks or months. It encompasses years. If rebuilding has ground to a halt under Obama, why should he get a pass?

    Also, the poll was conducted by Public Policy Polling, a Democratic pollster. They don’t say how many people they interviewed, which is a major flaw, but it seems that of those they interviewed, 8% were Liberal/Somewhat Liberal and 82% were Conservative/Somewhat Conservative. What?


  2. Butch Glover

    Butch Glover GoComics PRO Member said, about 5 hours ago


    I am full of admiration for people thinking in the abstract while stuck on a roof.

  3. Arathrael

    Arathrael said, about 3 hours ago


    “They don’t say how many people they interviewed, which is a major flaw”

    That’d be a reasonable point, if it wasn’t for it being clearly labelled as “Survey of 274 Republican primary voters” at the bottom of every page in the link you provide to it.

  4. masterskrain

    masterskrain GoComics PRO Member said, about 2 hours ago

    “Heck of a job, Bushie!”

  5. opednance

    opednance said, about 2 hours ago


    Thank you for a literal LOL this morning!

  6. Ted Lind

    Ted Lind GoComics PRO Member said, about 2 hours ago

    Ignore the real cause of the disaster. The infrastructure had all kinds of problems and had not been updated for decades. Levies failed and large pumping facilities failed because of a lack of maintenance and upgrades. There was a local government committee who was supposed to regularly review the infrastructure to insure they were prepared, instead they met for lunch once a month at fancy eateries. If the government has simply done their jobs the toll would have been a lot lower. Blaming it on who ever was president at the time is pure politics.

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