When It Rains It Pours
Favored corporations are doing really well in the wake of Katrina.
Disfavored workers are not doing really well in the wake of Katrina.
[Closed circuit to the Gulf Coast working class from President Bush - "yeah...um...sorry you lost your house and everything. There's good news and bad news. The good news is that we're going to put you to work rebuilding your little city there. The bad news is...um...yeah...about your wages...yeah, I'm going to go ahead and need you to take a little pay cut...we kinda over-committed to the Shaw Group, Bechtel and Halliburton and everything. Yeah...sorry about that."]
Ah yes, the Republican party, the party of the people. Pretty much everything Bush does just strengthens the working class and undercuts corporations and the supremely wealthy. If he hated the rich any more, I'm sure they would cry. Hey corporations: you had your day, Bush is our President now, and he's a man of the people!
But it's all good because, with each passing day under Bush, we are becoming more and more...you know...moral...you know, as a country and everything.