Cafferty: Is Bush Spending Too Much Time on the Disasters? Or Too Little?

October 1st, 2005 10:39 PM
On CNN's In the Money today, Jack Cafferty suggested that President Bush is devoting too much time to the natural disasters in the southeastern United States: "President Bush is calling on Americans to drive less, in between the trips on Air Force One to the Gulf Coast, which seems to be happening about every six hours in the last week or ten days."

Yet only weeks ago, Cafferty was berating the President for not doing enough. On August 31, he sarcastically asked Wolf Blitzer, host of CNN's The Situation Room, "Where's President Bush? Is he still on vacation?" When Blitzer told him that Mr. Bush was cutting his vacation short because of the devastation, Cafferty said that "would be a good idea."

So is the President now spending too much time on the catastrophes after being roundly criticized by Cafferty and others for not doing enough? My suspicion is there's nothing Bush can do that would satisfy some folks. Including Cafferty.