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« Day 10 – 9/1/05, Hurricane Katrina Before & After Satellite Pictures | Main | Day 11 – 9/2/05, New Orleans Descends Into Anarchy »



If you thought that the people stranded in New Orleans were victims, think again. Federal Emergency Management Agency Chief attributes responsibility to the victims themselves (see below article copy pasted from this morning, but not there anymore) because they CHOSE to stay. It’s not that most of them are among the poorest of the poor (no correlation to race here of course) with no means to get out; it’s not that many of them are among the elderly and the infirm, with very limited mobility, it’s not that they don’t own cars.

NO. It’s imprudence. Irrational choices in the face of timely warnings. Or possibly laziness. Another quite plausible explanation is that they just wanted a chance to see the freaking Superdome from the inside. Or maybe run an experiment to see if Hobbes was right.

The rhetoric of choice is out of control. This guy is a disgrace


fire them then jail them.We the people was to be taken care of by these people... it didn't happen. Fire and Jail!!!!!


It made me sick to my stomach when I read what Michael Brown had to say. Why would a person that would not only say this but think it have the job that he has. Very sad.

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