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Bush's Ventriloquist Declares Katrina Response 'Not Acceptable'
The secret cabal that controls Bush's mouth through his earpiece declared "the results are not acceptable."
Bush mouthed the words, but his brain didn't produce them.
Just watch his delivery. Watch how he utters sentence fragments, not full sentences. Watch how he pauses while he waits for the full sentences to be delivered into his ear.
Here's the play-by-play. Every time Bush pauses, he is listening to his earpiece. Usually this is accompanied by some telltale gesture - shaking his head, clenching his jaw, or waving his arms.
"Secretary Chertoff and I just finished a meeting with [uh...] Secretary Rumsfeld, General Myers, other members of my Cabinet, as well as [uh...] General Honore, [uh...] Admiral Keating, in charge of NORTHCOM -- General Honore is active duty general on the ground in Louisiana -- and Mike Brown, who's the head of FEMA.
[uh...] There's a lot of aid surging toward [uh...] those who have been affected: millions of gallons of water, millions of tons of food [....] Making progress about pulling people out of the [....] Superdome.
There's an issue right now at the convention center of New Orleans that General Honore briefed us on, trying to get food and medicine [uh...] to the convention center.
[....] Working with the governor and the adjutant general and the mayor to deploy 600 [....] of the newly arrived MPs to [uh...] secure the site so that the food and medicine and water can get in there.
[....] A lot of people working hard [uh...] to help those who've been affected. And I want to thank the people for their efforts. The results are not acceptable.
I'm headed down there right now. I'm looking forward to talking to the people on the ground.
I want to assure the people [....] of the affected areas and this country that we'll deploy the assets necessary [....] to get the situation under control, [uh...] to get the help to the people [uh...] who've been affected, and that we're beginning long-term planning [uh...] to help those who have been displaced, [uh...] as well as [....] long-term planning to help [uh...] rebuild the communities that have been affected.
Looking forward to my trip down there and [uh...] looking forward to thanking those on the ground and looking forward to assure people that [uh...] we'll get on top of this situation and we're gonna help people who need help.
Thank you. That's it."