This is almost impossible to believe:
Echoing Bush's own later explanation, Duffy said yesterday that the president in his now-famous Sept. 1 comment did not mean that no one had ever anticipated breaches of the levees that guard New Orleans from flooding. Instead, Duffy said, Bush meant only that after the storm's landfall, many people believed New Orleans had escaped its most powerful winds.
What can you say? Even the White House has finally given up defending the lie, and is now simply redefining it away. How utterly, utterly predictable.