Ok. So he should resign immediately. And leave us with Cheney? Now there's a great option. <br><br>My point is that you are so all-consumed with your hatred of Bush that you are unable/unwilling to accept the reality that -- in the case of Katrina -- others dropped the ball, too. And that's not dispersal of blame. It's recognizing the fact that there are many actors in this tragedy.<br><br>As head of state, he has to bear the overall responsibility -- which includes blame for those areas where he's directly hands-on.<br><br>If you insist on draping all blame on him, you're turning a blind eye on others who are also culpable.<br><br>
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