Once it became clear that we could not blame Canada for the largest blackout in North American history, the politicians started saying no one was to blame. The hapless Bloomberg jabbed a finger at those ordinary people who don't turn off the light when leaving the room and don't want power lines running through their backyards. "We just don't have a lot of extra power," the mayor warned. "So be careful." Governor Pataki kept talking about an "investigation" period. About as muddleheaded as he was on 9-11, President Bush decried the U.S.'s lame electrical grid with a face so straight that you'd never guess he was the person responsible for running the country. A "wake-up call" was... More >>>