Saturday, September 10, 2005

Al FAEMA chief relieved of Katrina duties

As you probably already know. On a human level, I feel sorry for Brown. I can't help it. But then I keep remembering seeing him on TV, spinning and BS'ing, days after the storm hit while thousands remained stranded without water or medical help. People died while Brown and Chertoff were on TV blathering away.

So it's fitting that Mr. Brown, at a minimum, be relieved of his Katrina duties. But he's really just a symbol. The one who emasculated the agency, who used it to dole out high-paying jobs as rewards to their unqalified campaign donors . . . he's the one who ultimately needs to be held responsible.

(Horsey cartoon via Desi at Great Scat)


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