Chaos in the White House
Did you think the White House was out of control during the Katrina crisis? Some newly released e-mails show that no matter how chaotic and spastic you thought the government’s response was, it was worse. Much worse.
FEMA’s Michael Brown, tired of being 2005’s biggest punchline, released the e-mails in an effort to share the blame. And there’s plenty to go around.
On the night of August 29th, as New Orleans was getting swamped, the situation was being monitored by the assistant to the Homeland Security Advisor. Everyone higher up was on vacation and not to be bothered.
This assistant to the assistant went home that night thinking everything was under control. Wrong!!!! Most Americans knew how dire everything was — everyone except the person running things in the White House. Hey Assclown, you can get the latest news and weather from your TV, radio or computer. Look into it.
He learned the gory details at 6 a.m. the next morning.
And now — straight from the cover of Duuuhhh!!! Magazine — some senators are saying that FEMA should be completely revamped before the next hurricane season. Ya think?!?!?
That’s kind of like seeing a thick cloud of smoke pouring out from under the hood, hearing a loud clanging and scraping sound under the car, and thinking “I probably should get this checked before we start on that long motor trip.”