Thursday, March 09, 2006

Is there such a thing as NASCAR Mom?

Is there such a thing as NASCAR Moms or will Faith Hill and Tim McGraw get "“Dixie Chicked"”? That's the first thing that came to mind when I say this article today,
Faith Hill, Tim McGraw Blast 'Humiliating' Katrina Cleanup
"To me, there's a lot of politics being played and a lot of people trying to put people in bad positions in order to further their agendas," McGraw, a 38-year-old native of Delhi, La., told ABC News Radio.

"When you have people dying because they're poor and black or poor and white, or because of whatever they are -- if that's a number on a political scale -- then that is the most wrong thing. That erases everything that's great about our country."

Hill, who grew up in Jackson, Miss., echoed those sentiments. So overwhelmed, she uncharacteristically unleashed an epithet, calling the situation, "Bull- - - -"

"It is a huge, huge problem and it's embarrassing," she said.

"I fear for our country if we can't handle our people [during] a natural disaster. And I can't stand to see it. It doesn't take a brain surgeon to figure out point A to point B. . . . And they can't even skip from point A to point B.
And this too:
Along the president's route, some frustrated residents held up signs in protest, one asking "Where's my government?" and another telling the president to "cut the red tap and help us."
It's in the bathtub. What else would you expect when you have a bunch of people who hate government running our government?


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