Former Presidents working together to raise relief money

A political odd couple is teaming up again.

Former Presidents Bush and Clinton have announced a nationwide fund-raising campaign to help the victims of Hurricane Katrina.

Money from the Bush-Clinton Katrina Fund will go to the governors in Louisiana, Mississippi and Alabama to assist with disaster relief and medical services.

Speaking in Houston, former President Bush says the damage along the Gulf Coast is too overwhelming for any one group. He says "it's going to take all of us working together."

Former President Clinton says the money will go to those who might otherwise have been overlooked.

Retail giant Wal-Mart already has contributed 15 million dollars to the campaign -- and the Walton family has added another eight million.

Bush and Clinton also have raised money together for the tsunami victims in south Asia.