Sunday, November 27, 2005

Don't forget New Orleans.

Today, the editor of the paper, Jim Amoss, took the argument right to the prime target, with an op-ed piece in The Washington Post. Also, today, the Times-Picayune reported that three more bodies had been recovered in the post-Katrina cleanup.

The Times-Picayune editorial last week concluded with this call: "Whether you are back at home or still in exile waiting to return, let Congress know that this metro area must be made safe from future storms. Call and write the leaders who are deciding our fate. Get your family and friends in other states to do the same. Start with members of the Environment and Public Works and Appropriations committees in the Senate, and Transportation and Appropriations in the House. Flood them with mail the way we were flooded by Katrina.

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