Friday, September 02, 2005

He Must Make His Travel Arrangements Through Delta

So the President's on vacation in Crawford, Texas, a gulf state, one that ,as it happens, is right next door to Louisiana. A catastrophe strikes the largest city in that next door state and the President, though we've been told he can do anything from the estate in Crawford, flies back to Washington, where he can appear with Diane Sawyer and reveal himself once again to be the empty headed idiot we all suspected he was anyway. From there, he will fly back to New Orleans, that city in the state next door to the one he started out in.

I'm not one to suggest the President is one to run away from danger and "hard work," but isn't this kind of travel oddly reminiscent of his aimlessly flying around the country on 9/11?
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