The Talking Lion

Monday, September 26, 2005

Oh Lordy...

Is anyone else nervous about this?
WASHINGTON (CNN) -- President Bush said he wants to make it easier for the military to take charge after a disaster like Hurricane Katrina, but the White House acknowledged Monday the proposal raises "a lot of issues" that need resolution.

Critics argue that putting active-duty troops on American streets would violate a long-standing tradition that keeps the military out of domestic law enforcement.

But Bush said he wanted to improve the federal response to a "catastrophic" event like Katrina, which left more than 1,000 people dead after it struck last month.

"I want there to be a robust discussion about the best way for the federal government, in certain extreme circumstances, to be able to rally assets for the good of the people," he said.

Making it easier for the facists to fascist. Why should I be worried?

Thats right, I just used fascist as a verb. Do something.

There is more to this story, I am just feeling really lazy. I'm sure it'll pass.


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