COUNTRY STARS BLAST BUSH

March 10, 2006 By:

Faith Hill and Tim McGraw who usually stay out of politics, blasted the Hurricane Katrina cleanup effort, with Hill calling the slow progress in Louisiana and Mississippi "embarrassing" and "humiliating."

The country music artists, who are natives of the storm ravaged states told ABC news radio "When you have people dying because they're poor and black or poor and white, or because of whatever they are, if that's a number on a political scale then that is the most wrong thing. That erases everything that's great about our country." McGraw and Hill criticized President Bush and his actions as a leader.

McGraw who is a member of the American Red Cross National Celebrity Cabinet, has appealed to fans to reach out with donations. McGraw is thinking about running for senator of Tennessee when he is 50 and his music dies out!

I can just imagine Bono as president and Tim McGraw as a senator, perhaps than we can make this world a better place!