So much for Katrina lessons…
Bush’s signing statement Wednesday challenges several other provisions in the Homeland Security spending bill.
Bush, for example, said he’d disregard a requirement that the director of the Federal Emergency Management Agency must have at least five years experience and “demonstrated ability in and knowledge of emergency management and homeland security.”
His rationale was that it “rules out a large portion of those persons best qualified by experience and knowledge to fill the office.
UPDATE: I have been reading the presidential signing agreement and it gets worse. I’ll have more tomorrow.
UPDATE: OKMore Here