Monday, September 12, 2005

The National Disgrace That Wasn't . . . National, That Is

Jack Kelly of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette explains how the Left-Stream-Media are ** GASP! ** wrong when they continue to regurgitate the Democrat Party line that the federal government response to Hurricane Katrina and its aftermath was too slow. Here is a sample:
"For instance, it took five days for National Guard troops to arrive in strength on the scene in Homestead, Fla. after Hurricane Andrew hit in 1992. But after Katrina, there was a significant National Guard presence in the afflicted region in three . . . So they libel as a "national disgrace" the most monumental and successful disaster relief operation in world history."
Read the whole article to see what other information you haven't heard from the LSM.

[HT: Drudge]

UPDATE: Froggy has more on this subject here.