How many things annoyed you in that sentence?
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I counted 23,670,289 items in that story that made me want to stick a fork into my leg. Did I miss any?
- President Bush will return to the Gulf Coast next week, where hard times and resentment linger two years after Hurricane Katrina's massive strike.
- Bush will fly into New Orleans on Tuesday after giving a speech about the Iraq war...
- Neighborhoods are in ruins. Crime, inadequate health care and faulty infrastructure are pervasive.
- The Bush administration is still dogged by charges of an inadequate response - first, for the way it handled the crisis, and more recently, for not spending more time on it.
- [This is] only his second since he visited during the one-year anniversary last August.
- The Gulf Coast's plight did not even get a mention in his State of the Union address this year.
- The White House says criticisms of its efforts are wrong.
- ``The president continues to follow through on his commitment to help local citizens rebuild their lives and communities on the Gulf Coast,'' [Bush spokesman Gordon] Johndroe said.
- Bush himself emphasized to Gulf Coast residents that the government has not forgotten them when he last toured the area - a sign of how common that perception is.
- "...Congress and Bush should come together and ensure that federal dollars are no longer ensnared in red tape ``that has continually inhibited our recovery.'' --Louisiana Sen. Mary Landrieu
- Meanwhile, Bush is nearing the end of a vacation at his ranch in central Texas, where's he been biking and clearing brush in the searing heat.
- The White House is billing his speech Tuesday to the American Legion as part of a new effort to frame the Iraq war in historical context.