Hurricane Katrina Videos
View popular Hurricane Katrina video clips, including clips of Kanye West attacking Bush, Dick Cheney being heckled, and other Hurricane Katrina videos.
Watch funny video clips and biting commentary about the botched response to Hurricane Katrina.
While Vice President Dick Cheney toured damage from Hurricane Katrina in Gulfport, Mississippi, a heckler shouted out to him, 'Go f**k yourself, Mr. Cheney! Go f**k yourself.'
Watch video of Kanye West declaring "George Bush doesn't care about black people" during NBC's Concert for Hurricane Relief.
Watch a video mashup of Kanye West's infamous remark that "George Bush doesn't care about black people."
Chris Rocks pokes a little fun at Kanye West during a live appearance at a fundraiser
Sick of the official lies and stonewalling from government officials in the wake of Hurricane Katrina, newscasters finally got fed up and started snarling. Watch some of the best video clips featuring various talking heads slamming the government's mishandling of the catastrophe.
Watch video clips from "The Daily Show's" brilliant coverage of Hurricane Katrina, the aftermath, and the political blame game.
Bill Maher rants about President Bush and how everything he touches turns to absolute crap. From Maher's "New Rules" segment on HBO's "Real Time With Bill Maher."
Welcome to the carnival of ineptitude. Warning: Contains painful reality. Animated cartoon by Mark Fiore.
"Saturday Night Live's" Mr. Bill appeared in this eerily prescient 2004 public service announcement to warn New Orleans residents about the danger of hurricanes.
The First Lady is the only person who doesn't know the correct name of the horrific hurricane.
Watch video of President Bush saying, "Out of the rubbles of Trent Lott's house -- he's lost his entire house -- there's going to be a fantastic house. And I'm looking forward to sitting on the porch."
The Fox News reporters appeared to discuss the hurricane, but were in no mood for spin or optimism
A distraught survivor doesn't hold anything back while criticizing both the Red Cross and FEMA.