Playing politics with thousand of lives
[Governor Blanco] says that two days after Katrina, desperate for help, she couldn't get through to Bush and didn't get a callback; hours later, she tried again, and they talked.
[Governor] Barbour hasn't had to wait hours to talk to Bush. In fact, Barbour said in an interview with USA Today, the president called him three to four times in the wake of Katrina. "I never called him. He always called me," he said.
At what point does neglect end, and malice begin?