Then again what else was I to expect from MoveOn.org? What a shameless act, check out the US Newswire release.
Members of MoveOn.org Political Action are scheduled to hand- deliver thousands of petition signatures to the White House after the rally. The petition says, “President Bush should stop blaming the victims of Hurricane Katrina and get to work helping them.” WHO: Katrina Evacuees and MoveOn members WHAT: Protest outside the White House in support of Hurricane Victims WHEN: Thursday, September 8th at 1 p.m. WHERE: Pennsylvania Avenue NW. In front of the White House. (Metro: Red Line: Farragut North. Blue-Orange Line: Farragut West or McPherson Square) EDITOR’S NOTE: Excellent Visuals — Signs reading “Shame” and “Help Hurricane Victims”
EXCELLENT VISUALS!!! How absolutely shameful. I would agree with Lorie Byrd’s analysis regarding MoveOn.org. Also with Michelle Malkin bringing to the forefront the following disclaimer, (check out the advice to the MSM at the end of the release about “excellent visuals.) Michelle further goes on to point out the “FACTS” reported in the Washington Post, Money Flowed to Questionable Projects, most probably would not wind up at MoveOn’s Bushbashaplalooza. Far be it from the facts get in the way of a good Bushbash.
Much of that Louisiana money was spent to try to keep low-lying New Orleans dry. But hundreds of millions of dollars have gone to unrelated water projects demanded by the state’s congressional delegation and approved by the Corps, often after economic analysis that turned out to be inaccurate. Despite a series of independent investigations criticizing Army Corps construction projects as wasteful pork-barrel spending, Louisiana’s representatives have kept bringing home the bacon.
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Update: Here is the actual Press Release from MoveOn.Org