Points By Drew Pritt

Shame on you President Bush!
June 15, 2008, 8:09 pm
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US President George W. Bush arrives at Windsor Castle to visit ... U.S. President George W. Bush delivers a speech at the Organisation ... U.S. President George W. Bush (R) walks with Pope Benedict XVI ... President Bush gestures during his joint news conference with ...

Tea at Windsor Castle with the Queen of England, bike riding Paris park, relaxing in the lush German countryside, a stunning view from a Renaissance villa outside Rome, a rare stroll with the His Holiness, the Pope in the Vatican’s private gardens?

Coast Guard Petty Officer second class Kevin Saak, left and ... A view looking south down flooded first avenue in Coralville, ... Karen Wilborn (left) is comforted by her niece Shamera Carey ... Sarah Neumann (L) is hugged by Vickie Ray after both lost their ...

In Cedar Rapids, the Cedar River has a record crest at 31.1 feet and 24,000 people have been forced from their homes. About 5,000 residents already have been displaced in the Iowa City area. Two levees broke Saturday near the Mississippi River town of Keithsburg, Ill., flooding the town of 700 residents about 35 miles southwest of Moline. Four drinking water collection wells were contaminated by murky, petroleum-laden floodwater. That contamination had left only about 15 million gallons a day for the city of more than 120,000 and the suburbs that depend on its water system. 



Democratic presidential candidate Sen. Barack Obama D-Ill., ...

Mr. President this picture above is Senator Barack Obama (D-Il.) filling sandbags with volunteers at a sandbag station in Quincy, Ill., Saturday, June 14, 2008. Look, learn, and remember when disaster strikes, you should take note and act like a leader….act like a President!


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