Today, though, he won back a brownie point from the Cantankerous Bakery. In commenting on Bush's "I'm responsible, damnit!", Kerry said,
"The President has done the obvious, only after it was clear he couldn't get away with the inexcusable."
Right on, John.
So I won't be accused of praising snark for snark's sake, the larger story is this report.
The Congressional Research Service (CRS) issued a report Tuesday afternoon asserting that Louisiana governor Katherine Blanco took the necessary and timely steps needed to secure disaster relief from the federal government, RAW STORY has learned.
The report, which comes after a request by Rep. John Conyers (D-MI) to review the law and legal accountability relating to Federal action in response to Hurricane Katrina, unequivocally concludes that she did.
"This report closes the book on the Bush Administration's attempts to evade accountability," Conyers said in a statement. "The Bush Administration was caught napping at a critical time."
Go read the rest for the juicy bullet points (which, according to 4 out of 5 pundits, are aerodynamically sound and well-suited for hurling at Toadies™).