Given the left's absolute, moon-bat lunacy in the wake of Hurricane Katrina, I must (regretfully) place the Idiot of the Day Award on hiatus.
However, I will (as a public service) provide periodic links to some of their more insane rants.
We'll begin with Sean Penn, fresh from his latest foreign correspondent adventure in Tehran. Still waiting for that next acting job, Mr. Penn apparently decided to mount his own personal rescue mission in New Orleans. Somewhere along the way, he took a predictable swipe at President Bush. Let the record show that Penn's errand of mercy foundered because he forgot to install his boat's drain plug, and the craft began taking on water. He was last seen trying to bail out his boat with a red plastic cup.
Another Hollywood stalwart, actor Pierce Brosnan, has also weighed in, saying that President Bush has a "lot to answer for." As far as I can tell, Mr. Brosnan's expertise in natural disasters consists of a starring role in the 1997 film Dante's Peak, a fictional account of a volcanic eruption. Of course, by the standards of today's MSM, that makes Mr. Brosnan an authority.