Last week's antiwar rally in Washington sent a
single, unequivocal message: At home and abroad, the Bush
Administration is a complete failure.
It takes a hurricane to raise awareness that the
numbers of poor people are growing on George Bush's watch. Will that be
enough for the President to begin to level the playing field?
America's narcissism and willful blindness to its own
moral failings have been placed in sharp relief as the nation fitfully
responds to the needs of storm victims.
Long fooled by the Bush image machine, Americans now
understand that this Administration can only deliver spin, not
substance; photo ops, not action.
Such a tough hombre: When the hurrincane hit, Bush did a 9/11 reprise.
The true and patriotic purpose of presidential loafing revealed.
Will her solitary protest become a turning point for a nation disillusioned with a President and his war?
Bush may be falling in the polls, but his political agenda is flourishing.
The "war on terror" is turning out to be nothing more than a recycled formulation of the dangerously dumb "domino theory."
Bush's political capital can't buy him support on the Iraq war and Social Security.