Friday, September 23, 2005
Just as Hurricane Katrina punctured the levees in New Orleans, it also created some surprising rifts in Washington. Republican loyalists are suddenly departing from the party line, and they are wading into the media to do so. Could it be that the Bush Administration P.R. machine, legendary for its message discipline, has begun to break down? The Washington Post's Dana Milbank talks with Bob about the post-Katrina political climate.