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Defense Secretary Ash Carter speaking at a Pentagon press conference on Thursday, Aug. 20, 2015. (Photo: Manuel Balce Ceneta/Associated Press)
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Blithely returning to the scene of (one of) his crimes, a grinning, dancing, shamelessly oblivious George Bush visited New Orleans on the 10th anniversary of Katrina to rewrite history, honor a rebuilt school, and celebrate what one former lackey called "the almost unimaginable renaisssance" of a city that for thousands of hardscrabble survivors remains, in truth, ravaged. From one: “We ain’t been winning anything.”

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