Kindness and Respect
Seeming to barely avoid spewing spit along with their words that have reviled and blamed President Bush for just about every aspect of the before, during and after of Hurricane Katrina, the hate-filled reporters, authorities, representatives and laypersons have totally forgotten basic character traits such as respect and kindness.
Never mind that the the criticizers and criticisms have no basis in actual fact, but even if they did, the mere tone of those who grab today's headlines should, at the very least, give to others what they demand we all give to those practicing various sexual couplings: i.e. man to man, woman to woman, man to man and man, man who would be woman, woman who would be man, etc. , which is tolerance, in a word, the headline grabbers word.
Trouble is that they have no interest in actual tolerance. By definition the word tolerance has at its very basis of example general kindness as well as respect for another human being. But let me not get into that story, which is a whole other post that would expose the real agenda of the tolerance crowd, but rather I will stick to the lack of respect that these persons have for President Bush and anyone who is part of his Administration or supports him or his Administration.
The tone of the various editiorials, letters to the editor and news reports is quite ugly. As I mentioned earlier in this post, the only thing that it is lacking is actual spitting while talking about the various aspects of the President's involvement or perceived lack of, in the crises. Nasty attitude people such as Michael Moore don't care that the environmental activists interfered via the courts in preventing measures to be taken by the Army Corps of Engineers decades ago to shore up Lake Pontchartrain against a day such as this one. Even with the facts in front of him, he nor the mayor of New Orleans would admit the truth. Why? Because it would prevent them from spewing their hate at their number one prime hate targe: President Bush.
Shame on these people though: the media, both ink stained and microphoned, authorities as well as politicians, for using the hurting and violated to pursue their hate agenda. This sort of calamaty was neither the time or place for such an attack, but was the time for common courtesy and respect; respect for the President and his Administration and for those terribly afflicted due to this devastating hurricane.