Thursday, September 08, 2005

I Told You So

Froomkin this morning finally seems to be coming around to my way of thinking:
White House officials must be breathing a sigh of relief about the news coverage this morning that increasingly depicts the controversy over the government's response to the Gulf Coast disaster as a largely -- or even purely -- partisan issue.


Polarizing the electorate has been a successful strategy for this White House. That's not what they fear. But if the poll numbers start to shift precipitously -- and if even a chunk of Bush's core supporters come to the conclusion that he dropped the ball -- then Katrina could be something new for the White House. And something very dangerous indeed.


At 11:04 AM, Anonymous Tory Shannon said...

There are different opinions on this subject.


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