Tuesday, September 27, 2005

WWL: Now can we please start the Blame Game?

WASHINGTON (AP) -- Former FEMA director Michael Brown said Monday he should have sought help faster from the Pentagon after Hurricane Katrina hit, and accused state and local officials of constant infighting during the crisis, according to congressional aides.
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According to the memo, obtained by The Associated Press, Brown took several shots at Louisiana Gov. Kathleen Blanco and New Orleans Mayor Ray Nagin. He said the two officials "sparred during the crisis and could not work together cooperatively."

Yeah, that's it. We wouldn't send in rescuers because those nasty local and state officials wouldn't "work together cooperatively." That's it. That's my story. And it's the TRUTH. Now more mexican food, a margarita, walk the dog, and aonther round of the Blame Game.

What a putz!

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