Saturday, September 03, 2005

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WHY DIDN'T YOU DEPLOY THE BUSES DURING THE MANDATORY EVACUATION, MAYOR?...
An aerial view of flooded school buses in a lot, Thursday, Sept. 1, 2005, in New Orleans, LA. The flood is a result of Hurricane Katrina that passed through the area last Monday

3 Comments:

Blogger Julie said...

Amen! I've been asking the same question myself. How can you declare a mandatory evacuation, then not provide transportation for those without means?? Obviously holing them up in the super dome rather than evacuating them was a BAD idea.

4.9.05  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

That picture is killing me. All the whining about how these were the poorest of the poor and they just couldn't get out, and yet the means for getting many, many of them out sits in the water.

I'm still trying to figure out how this is Bush's fault. The buses, I mean. I keep reading that everything is Bush's fault for being on vacation... maybe he snuck over from Tejas and changed the locks on the gate so the mayor and guvnah couldn't get these buses to the superdome.

The more I read the Yellow Dogs of the world, the more I realize the left is just coming unhinged. They are not just angry, but they are absolutely personally coming unglued at the thought of Bush being president. It's fun to watch, I'll admit, but a little scary at the same time.

If Rehnquist is replaced by a real conservative, they are going to be jumping out of buildings, I think.

El B

4.9.05  
Anonymous Terrymum said...

Ditto in spades. For those who hate Bush, they must be thanking God for the hurricane - because it gives them the best shot (yet) at blaming bad stuff on the federal government. When will people learn - we ARE the government. The failings we deplore in our beaurocrats are the failings we ourselves still share. If we want something done, we cannot and should not hold our hands out to anyone else. We cannot ask for what we cannot provide for ourselves...or we will be disappointed every single time!

5.9.05  

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