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June 30, 2006

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Turns out I can compliment the Bush administration.

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Well, is things are as claimed, then they should get some credit.

It is a shame for them to break their unblemished record of evil, but it is hard to get it 'right' all of the time.

But, somehow, I have a feeling that hidden away behind 'unitary executive' doors there is something less laudable in their execution of the program.

So I'll take it back the praise until a leaker tells the real story. Abrahmhof, and Ney, Delay, oh my!

Posted by: JimPortlandOR | Jun 30, 2006 4:39:56 PM

Good post. Philip Mangano deserves ample praise for his work on homelessness.

Posted by: Brad Plumer | Jun 30, 2006 5:14:11 PM

Jim -- Here's another good story on the subject from a more reliable source. The Pathways to Housing program is definitely legitimate and quite effective.

Posted by: Brad Plumer | Jun 30, 2006 5:30:50 PM

This is good news.

It's been so long since I've seen anything come out of this administration that doesn't positively reek of intentional destruction. It's like catching a whiff of honeysuckle when you're driving through downtown.

Posted by: Stephen | Jun 30, 2006 7:10:17 PM

Ezra, you hack! You've been brainwashed by those neo-cons over at the TAP/TNR right-wing media alliance! Repent! Repent!

Aw, what the hell... Someone had to try and bash you for writing something positive about the current administration, even over a topic such as this, so it might as well be someone who is actually joking.

Nice post, dude.

Posted by: Off Colfax | Jul 1, 2006 2:23:29 AM

That was a little too easy Ezra. Can you pull off the same trick for Rick Santorum?

Posted by: Mike | Jul 1, 2006 11:10:35 AM

Brad: your linked story from MoJo is good. The amount of individual assistance received seems like a limit on how many people can be helped, but some is surely better than few or none.

Here's a good SF story on helping the homeless. A mayor that washes the feet of homeless - got to be a first. Gavin Newsome seems awesome from afar. I hope he's looking good locally too.

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