As the GOP works to place blame for the wretched response to Katrina back on cities and states affected, let's recall Sen. Norm Coleman's rhetoric about Kofi Annan, whom Coleman blamed for the oil-for-food scandal in Iraq because Annan was "at the helm" when it happened: "The massive scope of this debacle demands nothing less. If this widespread corruption had occurred in any legitimate organization around the world, its CEO would have been ousted long ago, in disgrace." My guess is he'll refrain from applying such logic to the CEO in the White House.
We will, see those teeth a chatterin' later this week, when the UN oil-for-food report comes out. I wonder how he'll navigate the hypocrisy of what comes out of his mouth?
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