Tuesday, September 20, 2005

Can you people stoop any lower?

To busy to post or make comments, but I think you can imagine what my comments would be for this (hint: It involves the word Fuck a lot.)

Desperately trying to salvage his imagine, the president talked to the nation last week in front of a lit French Quarter (which by the way, was dark once he left). In his address, he said that he would get to the bottom of what happened with Kathrina.

Would he look at the processes for emergency relief to ensure local, state, and federal agencies are on the same page?

Would he ensure that those who are in charge of these organizations have the right credentials, experiences, and are competent to do the job?

Would he ensure the right projects to protect against natural disasters are properly funded?

You’d think that wouldn’t you? But with this administration, you would be WRONG.

Apparently, this is what this administration is going to do to ‘get to the bottom’ of what happened.

Read here:

“The Clarion-Ledger said Friday it obtained an internal Justice Department e-mail sent out this week to U.S. attorneys that asks: "Has your district defended any cases on behalf of the (U.S.) Army Corps of Engineers against claims brought by environmental groups seeking to block or otherwise impede the Corps work on the levees protecting New Orleans? If so, please describe the case and the outcome of the litigation."

Nice finger pointing and mis-direction there. You people really have no idea what accountability or real leadership is do you? You're going to some how blame this on environmental groups? Are you fucking kidding me?

This is all a little fucking game to you isn't it? To see what 'creative' ways you can think of to shift the blame, then get as much money and power for you and your friends from this disaster?

Those damn tree huggers and environmentalist. They’re obviously the ones to blame for what happened in the gulf coast.


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