This seems to be the hot commentary from both the left and the right on network and cable news tonight. I fully expected this to be explored but not so soon. Keith Olberman on MSNBC has deviated from his centrist, somewhat light hearted commentary and has swung to the left. He scathingly criticized all levels of the goverment and both parties because of the response time in New Orleans and the chaos there right now as well as slamming the President for not cutting his vacation short by one day. He cannot help wonder if a richer area was devastated if the reaction would have been much different. He went on to lambast Rush Limbaugh for suggesting that race and economics has nothing to do with the disconnected response from local and federal goverments, and that " these " people werent bused into New Orleans and should have known better then to stay, clearly not thinking of people that have lived there there entire lives, people who couldnt leave, or the youngsters involved. He defends the people who are looting for food and water for their families ( I agree ) - while O'Reilly asks why the authorities arent " shooting down " the looters. New Orleans is a predominantly black community with a high level of poverty. What do you think?