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04 September 2005

Mississippi Victims Feel Neglected

Hurricane victims in Mississippi are feeling slighted because New Orleans has been getting all the attention. Not to worry - now that all the good video images of stranded people at the Superdome and Convention Center have disappeared with the evacuation, we should soon be ignoring the NOLA victims, too.

3 Comments:

Anonymous Dano said...

The head of FEMA prior job was president of the Int'l Arabian Horse Assoc. according to the Times today.

Does that sum it up. Why haven't he and Chertoff been fired. Chertoff who called reports of the convention center disaster "a rumor" which they couldn't spend time investigating. By what watching CNN

September 04, 2005 11:15 PM  
Blogger ziel said...

I believe he was actually fired from that illustrious job, no less.

September 05, 2005 12:15 AM  
Anonymous Harlem said...

We can now report that the FEMA Director has been "kicked upstairs" maybe to check on the security of the Arabian horses who may have been upset by the high water. As with everything associated with this tragedy I'm living through, "too little, too late".
Has anyone confirmed that Dean Ellis, brother of great friend Brett Ellis, got out okay? Where is he? We can help if he needs it.
I don't for a minute disagree about the severity of the damage in Mississippi or Alabama. It was devasting. The difference is the aftermath. The levee break. The flooding of the city of New Orleans. While MS and AL suffered incredible hurricane damage, New Orleans and the parishes south (St. Bernard & Plaquemines) suffered unprecedented (sp) flooding. There are still parts of those parishes under 6 feet of water (they had up to 15 feet!)
Everything has to be viewed in perspective.
Harlem

September 09, 2005 10:01 PM  

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