Sunday, October 16, 2005


The problem is not that we aren't helping the victims of Katrina - it's that we're not doing so efficiently. Scammers are taking advantage of handouts. Help is being stopped by red tape.

The problem is not that we aren't winning in Iraq - it's that we're not doing it efficiently. The army is still waiting for its armored Hummers. The kits don't protect the bottoms of the unarmored vehicles.

Monies that could be spent on improving roads in Louisiana are being spent building a bridge in Alaska. True, it creates jobs up there - are they going to build a bridge every year to maintain those jobs?

The intelligence czar, whose job it is to co-ordinate between the agencies, is only complicating things. Why?

We need more efficiency.


Just Wandering said...

No kidding...some efficiency would be very, very helpful in both those situations.

Duplex Dude: Bogus News Incubator said...

Thanks for stopping by and commenting on my blog. Seems like we are irked by similar things. You critique them and I make fun of them.

ObilonKenobi said...

Inefficiency is the word that will describe the eight years of Bush II.