Donna Brazile Backs President Bush

Donna Brazile managed Al Gore’s campaign and worked hard to beat George Bush. 9/11 left no doubt in my mind (though honestly I had none to begin with) that Bush was the right man for the job. He was good in that crisis and we, despite claims to the contrary, are safer today.

The 2004 election saw Brazile again working hard to defeat Bush. The events surrounding 9/11 must not have changed her mind. Bush again won. Fast forward to Katrina. Now Brazile is behind the man she once wanted to defeat. Brazile makes some good observations and puts partisanship aside.

“I am not a Republican. I did not vote for George Bush – in fact, I worked pretty hard against him in 2000 and 2004,” the New Orleans native writes in a column carried by several newspapers.

“But after watching him speak from the heart, I could not have been prouder of the president and the plan he outlined to empower those who lost everything and to rebuild the Gulf Coast.”

Brazile praised Bush’s call for Americans to come together and use their industriousness, ingenuity and compassion to help those stricken by the tragedy.

“There are times when it seems that our nation is too divided ever to heal,” Brazile writes. “But we are one nation. We are a family.

“When the president asked us to pitch in, he wasn’t really asking us to do anything spectacular. He was asking us to be Americans, and to do what Americans always do. NewsMax

Maybe now Kerry and Gore can stop running their mouths and start rolling up their sleeves.



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3 Responses to “Donna Brazile Backs President Bush”

  1. Adam says:

    Big Whup. I still can’t stand the guy.

  2. Big Dog says:

    Which one, Gore or Kerry?