Tuesday, September 13, 2005

Lack of Oversight

Jack Bog noticed that one of Bush’s programs to help victims of 9/11 fell on it’s face.

      The government's $5 billion effort to help small businesses recover from the Sept. 11 attacks was so loosely managed that it gave low-interest loans to companies that didn't need terrorism relief - or even know they were getting it, The Associated Press has found.

You mean a federal program mismanaged money and had little oversight to keep it from going astray?  Say it ain’t so!
Believe me, I’m not excusing this.  It’s just that I’ve seen too much of this, and it isn’t just a Bush-era problem.  Bush needs to respond to this somehow, or at least apologize.

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