What the media missed
You just have to read THIS. I mean it. If you don’t, just skip this post entirely.
It has actually been debated whether or not FEMA actually failed in its response when applying the pure definition of what FEMA actually is and is expected to do. Now, the entire scenario that led to all the speculation of massive support failure can be questioned. Katrina was a disaster for sure. But, people actually testifed before Congress about the events that occurred in the Superdome. Their credibility was questioned but "some" legislators used it for fodder to attack Bush & Company. All of those over-the-top claims can now be questioned. I’d really like to see what Geraldo Rivera has to say about this.
Plus, there are apparently a whole bunch of heroes that have been totally ignored.
- September 13, 2005 -- Being a Leader (0)
"Katrina exposed serious problems in our response capability at all levels of government," Mr. Bush said at joint White House news conference with the president of Iraq. "And to the ...
- September 5, 2005 -- Katrina Timeline (0)
Rightwing Nuthouse has put together the most incredible post on the timeline of events leading up to, and immediately following, Katrina and the breeched levees.
If anyone ever had any question ab...
- April 3, 2006 -- Finding a director for FEMA? (4)
FEMA's looking for a new leader. The leading candidate apparently is a fellow named David Paulison. Now, I know practically nothing about David Paulison, but him potentially being named...
- September 10, 2005 -- Sean Penn Patrolling NO? (3)
Someone needs to do a mandatory evacuation of Sean Penn before he hurts himself or someone else. He didn't look quite right bailing out his boat, he looks even less right carrying a gun.
- October 14, 2005 -- Media Lied, People Died (0)
Michael Fumento has written an article I think is a MUST READ!
The quips are great:
In the wake of Hurricane Katrina two sports were all the rage in New Orleans. One was the blame game, attributi...