- What are all these people going to do for work?
- For shelter?
- In a week?
- In a month?
- In 6 months?
- Are they ever going to get to go home and collect any remaining belongings?
- How will they find their loved ones?
- How will any building remain structurally sound after soaking in sewage and oil water for 6-8 weeks? Will they just bulldoze entire neighborhoods?
- Where will the rebuilding money come from? (Bush will certainly not reinstate the taxes that he cut. And the Iraq War isn't going away either.)
- What kind of day to day life is it living in the
- What about all of the smaller communities that aren't making the news every hour?
- What jobs will be there to return to?
- How will they control the lawlessness? Shoot to kill orders? (I see it coming soon)
- How will they distribute money to the victims?
We will be making a donation this week on payday. Maybe then I will feel like I have contributed something to the effort. Until then, I guess everytime I see the images on the news, I will have to hold back the urge to go down there and help.
Gov gives authorization to shoot, kill hurricane survivor 'hoodlums' - RAWSTORY
Made our donation to Red Cross.
Michael Moore writes a letter.
Dear Mr. Bush:
Any idea where all our helicopters are? It's Day 5 of Hurricane Katrina and thousands remain stranded in New Orleans and need to be airlifted. Where on earth could you have misplaced all our military choppers? Do you need help finding them? I once lost my car in a Sears parking lot. Man, was that a drag.
Houston Stadium "full" after accepting only half of refugees from Superdome. Texans stadium to be filled next.