Monday, September 05, 2005

Reading...

the WWLTV blog:

7:05 A.M. - Homeland Security Chief Michael Chertoff on the coming death toll: "We need to prepare the country for what's coming... It is going to be about as ugly of a scene as I think you can imagine."
Oh, NOW he's using his imagination...
And "prepare the country" for what? The country knows that the entire Gulf Coast is a disaster area. It's the feds who have been whistling past the graveyard on this one.

7:08 A.M. - New Orleans Times-Picayune editorial: "Every official at the Federal Emergency Management Agency should be fired, Director Michael Brown especially."

...for a start.

7:14 A.M. - (AP) Sen. Mary Landrieu, D-La., lashed back, saying she won't tolerate federal officials' denigrating local efforts to deal with the catastrophe.

"If one person criticizes them or says one more thing, including the president of the United States, he will hear from me," she said on the ABC's "This Week." "One more word about it after this show airs and I might likely have to punch him. Literally."

Put that on pay-per-view and donate the proceeds to the relief fund!

1 comment:

Jozet said...

Gee...you have all sorts of fundraising ideas.

Maybe there is a place for you in the next administration.

And yes, I'd get cable just to have access to Pay-Per-View on that one.