That said, I do like to see the reviews of the event, and Think Progress has a great breakdown.
They look at his statements about Katrina, and how Bush's rhetoric is shown in action in this post disaster investigation and other investigations. They look at Bush's statements about the economy. Think Progress dismembers his tax cuts, and their cost, the impact they have had on the debt, and the fact that Bush economy just isn't creating jobs.
But the best laughs have come from reading about his energy policy. He sounds just like Jimmy Carter 30 years ago.
While both men are correct, this thinking coming from bush is clearly disingenuous. President Carter made the statements, and then tried to make policy to address the issue. Bush makes he statement, then supports policy that runs counter to the issue. He ignores renewable energy. Cutting funding there and for biofuel.
There is much more, so go over and see the facts behind the BS that he spread last night.
Over at No more Mr. nice blog, is a shorter version of the address.
WE MUST ARGUE IN A CIVIL MANNER, BUT REMEMBER THAT THE DEMOCRATS WANT EVERYONE TO DIE IN A TERRORIST ATTACK
The Washington Post also has a "fact check".
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