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And this Just In ... Row versus Wade


Kelly from New York City has shared this unbelievable news headline:



Asked about Roe vs. Wade today, President Bush said, “He really didn't care how people got out of New Orleans”.

Obviously Rowing and wading are merely alternate modes of transportation to the White House.

Is Bush the Worst Natural Disaster














Scott from Santa Cruz, California, USA shared these fabulous bumper stickers that you can print and share with your friends.

Click here to download your own Bumper Sticker that says,"Bush, One of the Worst Disasters to hit the United States."

George Should Have Read the Paper

From the New Orleans Paper in July of 2002

Washing Away
By Staff Writers

"It's only a matter of time before South Louisiana takes a direct hit from a major hurricane. Billions have been spent to protect us, but we grow more vulnerable every day."

Read it and Weep Here: Times Picayune Special Report July 2002

George Doesn't Read

Text of Bush's exclusive interview with Fox News' Brit Hume:

HUME: How do you get your news?

BUSH: I get briefed by Andy Card and Condi in the morning. They come in and tell me. In all due respect, you've got a beautiful face and everything. I glance at the headlines just to kind of a flavor for what's moving. I rarely read the stories, and get briefed by people who are probably read the news themselves. But like Condoleezza, in her case, the national security adviser is getting her news directly from the participants on the world stage.

HUME: Has that been your practice since day one, or is that a practice that you've...

BUSH: Practice since day one.

Insurance Companies Knew of Huge Risk

Risk & Insurance: The Lost City of New Orleans?

"Louisiana's marshlands, the only buffer for hurricanes that come out of the Gulf, are slipping into the ocean at an alarming rate. New search indicates that just one major hurricane could put New Orleans under water."

Another Citizen is Pissed

Did you know that they were expecting people to pay to get on the buses just before the storm?

[Bush] and his military junta should be arrested and tried at the ICC. If Costa Rica has the balls to arrest three of its former presidents for illegal contributions, then why the hell are Americans such wimps.

I've never had such bitter anger and hatred to anyone in my life. However, these people are inhumane, they are greedy, corrupt. They are no different the Pinochet, Somoza, Batista... His military junta and all his cronies like Storms, Martinez, Harris... has driven me to the point of hatred.

The drums are beginning to beat and I don't like the sound.

Signed: M.R. Another victim of Bush Administration

Mr. Bill Knew - Mr. Bush Did Not








Saturday Night Live's clay character knew about the flooding problems in NOLA, while Bush did not. We can only assume that not only does he not read the news, he also doen't watch television.

Watch the Video Here: Mr. Bill and the Flood

Concerning the ravages of New Orleans and Mr. Bush


Mr. Bush chose not to help the victims of the hurricane, in New Orleans, specifically, in a timely fashion. As the president, a Christian, and human being, the final decision about sending that help was up to him. Now, we all must deal with his bad choices and the ramifications will be devastating and long lasting. As to the people of New Orleans acting like animals in the wake of this tragedy, but for the grace of God go I.

Posted by Pegi

Pegi got Flamed.


Some people made the choice to vote for G.W.B. I believe that many of these people did so, not on the basis of his abilities, but on the fact that he claims to get his directives from God. If this were true, then God must have told him how much gas prices should be. So deal with it.

Posted by Pegi

Times-Picayune of New Orleans Blasts Bush Response to Katrina

Television reporters were doing live reports from downtown New Orleans streets. Harry Connick Jr. brought in some aid Thursday, and his efforts were the focus of a "Today" show story Friday morning.

Yet, the people trained to protect our nation, the people whose job it is to quickly bring in aid were absent. Those who should have been deploying troops were singing a sad song about how our city was impossible to reach.

Every official at the Federal Emergency Management Agency should be fired, Director Michael Brown especially.

In a nationally televised interview Thursday night, he said his agency hadn't known until that day that thousands of storm victims were stranded at the Ernest N. Morial Convention Center. He gave another nationally televised interview the next morning and said, "We've provided food to the people at the Convention Center so that they've gotten at least one, if not two meals, every single day."

Lies don't get more bald-faced than that, Mr. President.

Times-Picayune Editorial

Bush Blames Locals for Storm Response


White House shifts blame for Katrina response Administration, embattled FEMA chief point to state, local officials.

By Manuel Roig-Franzia and Spencer Hsu of the Washington Post

NEW ORLEANS - Tens of thousands of people spent a fifth day awaiting evacuation from this ruined city, as Bush administration officials blamed state and local authorities for what leaders at all levels have called a failure of the country's emergency management.

National Geographic - Help was available but "But the Bush Administration balked at the price tag . . ."

If you're upset about New Orleans now, you'll really flip when you read this totally prophetic piece by National Geographic, dated October 2004. Of course, we also "thought" lying about WMDs to start a war in Iraq is somehow okay, but Clinton's relationship with Monica Lewinski constituted an impeachable offense.

Help was available but "But the Bush Administration balked at the price tag . . ."

"The Louisiana bayou, hardest working marsh in America, is in big trouble—with dire consequences for residents, the nearby city of New Orleans, and seafood lovers everywhere.

It was a broiling August afternoon in New Orleans, Louisiana, the Big Easy, the City That Care Forgot. Those who ventured outside moved as if they were swimming in tupelo honey. Those inside paid silent homage to the man who invented air-conditioning as they watched TV "storm teams" warn of a hurricane in the Gulf of Mexico. Nothing surprising there: Hurricanes in August are as much a part of life in this town as hangovers on Ash Wednesday."

National Geographic Magazine June 2004

By Camille L.

One Cajun's View




For those of you who voted for the Bush regime and support him and the Iraq War.

You also supported his cut of the funds to shore up and repair the New Orleans levees.

The people of New Orleans in particular, and the rest of the world in general now have to deal with these unconscionable and devastating acts.

Signed: Pegi a Former Resident of New Orleans

Hurricane Katrina: Why is the Red Cross not in New Orleans?

From the Official Site of the American Red Cross:

* Access to New Orleans is controlled by the National Guard and local authorities and while we are in constant contact with them, we simply cannot enter New Orleans against their orders.

* The state Homeland Security Department had requested--and continues to request--that the American Red Cross not come back into New Orleans following the hurricane. Our presence would keep people from evacuating and encourage others to come into the city.

Bush and Lethal Payback for Dems: Louisiana With Dem Governor Treated Worse Than Mississippi With Rep Governor

Emotionally Disturbing Video from Meet the Press

"The Federal Government has been good to us." Says Republican Governor of Mississippi, Haley Barbour, who informed us last week that he made sure that the gasoline pipelines were back in action.

Meanwhile people continue to die awaiting rescue in Southern Louisiana.

Privatized Hurricane Protection Failed

Press Release For Dept of Homeland Security:

IEM, Inc., the Baton Rouge-based emergency management and homeland security consultant, will lead the development of a catastrophic hurricane disaster plan for Southeast Louisiana and the City of New Orleans under a more than half a million dollar contract with the U.S. Department of Homeland Security/Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA).

Dated June 2004

What did we get for that half a million?

Deaths Caused by The Delay or The Storm - Continued Loss of Life Caused By Deliberate Delay




Department of Homeland Security Secretary Michael Chertoff Casts Blame
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