Bush, Katrina, Russia and Cuba
As thousands of people beg for medical help, Bush continues to do less than necessary:
Cuban President Fidel Castro told more than 1,500 doctors Sunday night that American officials had made "absolutely no response" to his offer to send them to the U.S. Gulf Coast to help victims of Hurricane Katrina.
Politics won over humanitarian refief
Thankfully, the Bush Admin changed its mind about refusing Russian help:
After first turning it down, the United States has accepted Russia`s proposal to help Louisiana recover from Hurricane Katrina.