- Mary Landrieu: Brown Resignation Not Enough

John blueoval at 1SMARTISP.NET
Wed Sep 14 13:51:43 MDT 2005

I agree with her. It's truly *NOT* enough to placate even me! She, 
Nagin and the guv'nor all ought to join Brown. That'd be a great 

John Q.

On Tue Sep 13 14:30:07 PDT 2005, Richard A Whitenight 
<rum.runner at JUNO.COM> wrote:

> 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
> flooding. A week earlier, she threatened to punch President Bush 
> if he criticized
> Louisiana state and local officials.

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