Bush speaking yesterday:
"[T]he taxpayers and people from all around the country have got to understand the people of this part of the world really do appreciate the fact that the American citizens are supportive of the recovery effort."
"I come telling the folks in this part of the world that we still understand there's problems and we're still engaged."
"We care deeply about the folks in this part of the world."
Take a guess. Of what disaster was the President speaking? Iraq? The Peruvian earthquake?
No, that would be the President of the United States standing in a New Orleans school, talking about it like it's on another continent. Apparently he does that a lot, which would explain why he's shown so little interest in the Katrina aftermath.