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Monday, September 19, 2005

Well Well....

BRIAN DICKERSON: Admitting he has a problem: "The 'persistent poverty' exposed by Katrina, the president said in a speech broadcast live from the eerily illuminated lawn of New Orleans' St. Louis Cathedral, 'has roots in a history of racial segregation, which cut off generations from the opportunity of America.'
The next day, speaking at a National Cathedral memorial service for Katrina's victims, he again alluded to the continuing economic impact of past discrimination and called on Congress to seize the opportunity presented by the gulf coast's devastation and reconstruction.
'As we clear away the debris of a hurricane,' Bush said, 'let us also clear away the legacy of inequality.'"


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