Tuesday, January 13, 2009

Levee Protection for Hurricane George

Maddow and Olberman were admirable in deconstructing President Bush's shameless revisions of his administration's handling of Katrina. The President was angry and defiant and showed not one shred of remorse.

I don't know what kind of accountability he and his administration will face once their reign of terror ends next week. I still believe that we could use a comprehensive federal Katrina Commission.

I would really like to see our next Mayor and City Council officially banish George W. Bush from Orleans Parish. I'm not suggesting that he'd have any interest in gracing us with his presence once he has retired, but it's important to build up our protections just in case Hurricane George threatens once more.

He was a hundred year President.

Or better yet, we could put a levy on the Bush family so that if he'd have to pay a fee in order to come visit. Something in the order of $15,000,000,000 seems fair.

1 comment:

Leigh C. said...

Put some sort of restraint on the Bush family's genetic strain, more like...