Thursday, September 15, 2005

Super-Computing Accountability Preventition Engine and Government Official Absolving Tool,

McClellan explained how lack of advance planning caused delays in the administration’s first response to the hurricane. “In those first hours, critical time was lost because we weren’t prepared to blame state and local officials. Indeed, precious minutes were wasted trying to find out who was mayor of New Orleans, information that should have been made available as soon as Katrina formed. It’s not like this wasn’t predicted. With these early missteps we lost the initiative, and we never fully recovered.”

Brilliant! from The Poor Man Institute

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