Some Quotes From Karl Rove’s Book Are Very Unsettling

“Behind the scenes, the White House staff engaged in a complicated, high-stakes legal and constitutional battle with Louisiana’s governor – which had huge ramifications for New Orleans and the administration.”

“As events unfolded, it became clear that Ray Nagin was no Rudy Giuliani and Kathleen Blanco was no Haley Barbour … their respective staffs were extremely critical of each other, which made cooperation even more problematic.”

“Our biggest mistake was that we did not seize control of the situation in Louisiana sooner.”

As the Air Force One meeting showed, Nagin and Blanco couldn’t even agree on who was responsible for public safety in New Orleans.

“The president should have ordered a federal takeover and taken the heat for pushing Louisiana officials aside.”

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