- Mary Landrieu: Brown Resignation Not Enough

Richard A Whitenight rum.runner at JUNO.COM
Tue Sep 13 15:30:07 MDT 2005

Noise From a Louisiana Whore - Also a Democrat

Tuesday, Sept. 13, 2005 10:07 a.m. EDT 
Mary Landrieu: Brown Resignation Not Enough 
Louisiana Sen. Mary Landrieu said Monday that Michael Brown's resignation
as head of the Federal Emergency Management Agency would not be enough to
stem the tidal wave of criticism leveled at the Bush administration over
its handling of the Hurricane Katrina crisis.

Brown's departure, Landrieu said, "will not alone solve all the problems
that plagued the federal government's response to Hurricane Katrina and
the devastating floods that followed the levee breaches." 
In a statement posted to her Web site, the Louisiana democrat insisted
that the Bush White House still needed to be held responsible. 
"The people of our nation, and in particular, the Gulf Coast, deserve and
demand full accountability for this administration's missteps in
protecting and helping Americans in need," Landrieu complained. 
On Sunday, Landrieu said it was President Bush's fault that New Orleans
Mayor Ray Nagin didn't use city school buses to evacuate those trapped by
A week earlier, she threatened to punch President Bush if he criticized
Louisiana state and local officials. 
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