Katrina was newsworthy; Midwest floods, not so much

And the difference seems to be the letter after the President’s name, in this case a D instead of a R.

At Pajamas Media, Roger Kimball thinks back to the hysteria-laden criticism of the Bush administration during and after Hurricane Katrina and, in a photo essay, wonders why everyone is so quiet, now. Here’s one sample:

To which Roger asks:

Why is the MSM not demanding to know where are the FEMA trucks and trailers and food services?

Good question. Click through for more.


And yet Sarah Palin’s email records as governor are so important that the MSM goes into a feeding frenzy and begs the public for help? Seriously?

One Response to Katrina was newsworthy; Midwest floods, not so much

  1. Steve in TN says:

    Yeah, we were asking much the same thing last year when Nashville almost got washed away.

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