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Congressional Democrats are bloviators

I'm working in my home office and in the next room I can hear the Democrats in the U.S. House of Representatives trying to take partisan advantage of what happened with Hurricane Katrina.  They're all blaming President Bush.

That's like blaming President Clinton for what's happened with Osama Bin Laden.  He could have gotten him, but didn't. 

What would happen if we dropped the partisanship and worked together to discover what truly happened and didn't happen.  Democrats and Republicans should be working together in Congress and at all levels to sort out the facts from fiction.  Can we hold each other accountable without the Bush-bashing?

Listen to the Bush-bashers and you get the impression that he's responsible for everything wrong in this country.  Come-on.  I hear the voice of U.S. Rep. John Dingell.  All you hear is anybody but Bush could have done better.  Well, that's anybody but a Republican.

What about Bill Clinton and his little foray into an Oval Office side room where he and Monica Lewinsky got acquainted with a cigar and he denied it was sex. 

Is Bush's administration the first to have political appointees in key jobs?  What about FDR and Pearl Harbor.  Something was missed there, right?

It's time to cut the rhetoric and make sure Congress does its job.  It needs to be looked at thoroughly and there needs to be answers and then let's comeback and talk about it and who's to blame.

I'm sure there's more than plenty to go around.