[SpamCop-Social] Re: Editorial pleads for New Orleans
Mr K. Mean
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Sat Sep 17 20:58:24 EDT 2005
> "Mr K. Mean" <35zyuhr02 at sneakemail.com> wrote in message
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>>> and that's one of the things I had referred to in one of my previous
>>>postings where I made the comments about what people would have been
>>>saying if the feds had just walking in and "taken over"
>>Yeah, "damn those feds, they came in here and rescued people from the
>>floods and brought in massive amounts of food and water and medical
>>supplies." And "arrest that soldier, he saved my baby."
> eheh that's not what I meant, and you know it....LOL
> nice reply tho LOL
And look at what a brilliant opportunity was missed here too. With his
approval ratings hovering around 40%, they totally would have
skyrocketed if everybody had seen him leading in the charge to bring
order and relief to the area. Unfortunately, Bush didn't even seem to
know that the levies had failed until like the next day. Heck, even I
knew before then, probably because I know how to get to www.cnn.com (or
lord forbid news.bbc.co.uk).
To move the subject on, how about this one, don't say we weren't warned.
Which covers a lot of ground, like how the recent bankruptcy "reform" is
going to hit hard in LA and of course "next time I tell you someone from
Texas should not be president of the United States, please pay attention."
Or how about
how the dismantling of the Superfund program is going to come back to
haunt us with the growing environmental catastrophe taking place in LA
now, "concern rises that storm may have compromised cleanup of toxic
sites around New Orleans - and created new ones."
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