From tax cuts to Medicare, the White House gets what the White House really wants. It never really wanted the ‘poor people stuff.’A Whitehouse spokesman counters that the President has mentioned his anti-poverty initiative in every State of the Union Address. Clearly poor Kuo just missed the key lesson of the first Bush Administration: that Words Speak Louder Than Actions.
Wednesday, February 16, 2005
More disillusioned conservatives
Many from the organizations and government agencies that had hoped to benefit from Bush's "values" emphasis are now facing the sad reality that the President often speaks with good intentions, but lets his evil minions set actual policy priorities (as well as disperse or withold promised funds). The latest victim of credulousness? David Kuo, former deputy director of the President’s Faith-Based and Community Initiatives, who moans