But answer me this: Why is he still saying he wants to find out what went "right" as a matter of first priority over what went "wrong?" Is this a small symantic issue, or more Rovian speak from the master and puppet? If the man really wants to take repsonsiblity, perhaps he aught find out what went wrong first, and then worried about what went right. The lessons of failure, while more painful, are often the most powerful educational experiences.
"Katrina exposed serious problems in our response capability at all levels of government, and to the extent that the federal government didn't fully do it's job right, I take responsibility," Bush said. "I want to know what went right and what went wrong."