Both the New York Times and Washington Post have more on the Bush Administration’s decision to push through an emergency airlift of supplies to the United Nations Mission in Darfur.It now seems even more obvious that this decision has more to do with making President Bush feel better about himself and his legacy than fixing the situation in Darfur. The announcement gave President Bush something to say during his photo op with Sudanese First Vice President Salva Kir at the White House, but does little to change the situation on the ground in a meaningful way. Bush went out of the way to say he “…was still going to care about Sudan” after he leaves office, and National Security Adviser Stephen Hadley pushed back unusually hard against questions that Bush hasn’t done enough while he is actually in office. Sadly, the record speaks for itself. Bush cared enough about Darfur to declare it a genocide, but not enough to effectively respond. It will take more than pretty pictures to obscure that fact.