Wednesday, August 31, 2005

Insane or Just Despicable

The flood waters are still rising in New Orleans. The rescue attempts continue. Clean up, body count, and recovery are still days to weeks away. But that hasn't stopped the lunatics from crawling out from under their rocks and lining up targets to blame for Hurricane Katrina.

Matt Szabo has a report on the first slimball, whacko nutjob, lunatic halfwit - Reverend Lewis E. Logan II, senior pastor of the Bethel African Methodist Episcopal Church - Los Angeles CA.

it is no a coincidence that it is exactly 50 years from the time of (inaudible) lynching and murder. That it is not a coincidence that the storm’s name is a sister. Katrina. For she represents the collective cries of mothers who have lost their sons (applause) to the brutality (louder applause) and the murderous grip of this racist white supremacist American culture (frenzied applause).

That's right folks the Reverend Repulsive Lewis E. Logan II thinks that hurricane Katrina is revenge for years of southern white supremacy.

Our next contestant in the How-Low-Can-You-Go Award is Robert F. Kennedy Jr.

As Hurricane Katrina dismantles Mississippi’s Gulf Coast, it’s worth recalling the central role that Mississippi Governor Haley Barbour played in derailing the Kyoto Protocol and kiboshing President Bush’s iron-clad campaign promise to regulate CO2.

That's right, the hurricane Katrina destruction in Mississippi is directly the fault of Mississippi Governor Haley Barbour.

If you have a strong stomach or tend to exhibit strong sado-masochistic tendancies read the comments his article has collected. The number of people out there that agree with him is truely frightening.

Using tags like lunatic, whako or insane to describe Germany's Environmental Minister, Jürgen Trittin wouldn't be nice or friendly towards our friends in the European Union. It would also be redundant.

Green Party member, Jürgen Trittin, writes in the Frankfurter Rundschau, a paper friendly with the Social Democrats:

"The Bush government rejects international climate protection goals by insisting that imposing them would negatively impact the American economy. The American president is closing his eyes to the economic and human costs his land and the world economy are suffering under natural catastrophes like Katrina and because of neglected environmental policies."

That's right, it's all Bush's fault.

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