Wednesday, August 31, 2005

Gaia's Stern Rebuke, Etc.

James Wolcott must be just giddy with delight. Thousands possibly dead, millions dislocated, billions worth of property destroyed. Yep. He got his wish . . . in spades.

Robert F. Kennedy, Jr. is, in addition to being a sniveling little opportunistic puke, just plain wrong.

And the New York Times can't resist a cravenly cheap shot:
But this seems like the wrong moment to dwell on fault-finding, or even to point out that it took what may become the worst natural disaster in American history to pry President Bush out of his vacation. All the focus now must be on rescuing the survivors.
At least some things remain the same . . .