On 2 Sep 2005 at 15:37, Ernest Husmann wrote:
> I know everyone has an opinion and I'm sure there is going to be enough
> blame to throw around at all levels of government. Enouigh to where the
> cable news channels will have a new story everyday for the next year
> regarding this disaster.
> We will not solve all the government issues on this list and I doubt that
> any of us has the full story. Let's just focus on helping the people
> along the Gulf Coast and maintaining our Triumphs.
> Everyone have a great holiday weekend.
> Ernest Husmann
> At 03:16 PM 9/2/2005, email@example.com wrote:
> >> The local gov. in New Orleans... Some sympathy but, they Knew this
> >> hurricane was 1) big "Incomming" 2) They knew the levies would likely
> >> give. 4) They knew that water and power would be a major issue. 5)
> >> They knew how high the water level would be at its worst.
> >>Can you imagine the mess if they didn't know these things?
> > What about the Fed? They have been systematically defunding FEMA and
> > the
> > Army Corps of Engineers. The upgrade of the levy was scheduled
> > recommended work and it was defunded by 75%. Subcontractors continued to
> > work on the levy for free, even after the Federal money ran out (New
> > Orleans is their home too). They worked until they ran out of materials.
> > Let's top that off... Homejoke Security worked on three scenarios to
> > help prepare for disaster planning. They were...
> > 1. Another terrorist attack on NYC
> > 2. A major earthquake in San Francisco
> > 3. A MAJOR HURRICAINE HITS NEW ORLEANS
> >Greg Petrolati Champaign, Illinois
> >That's not a leak... My car's just marking its territory...
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