GOVERNOR & MAYOR FAILED
IN NEW ORLEANS 'KATRINA DISASTER'
By: Gordon Bishop
The Far Left Radical
Liberals and their corrupt media cohorts continue to spew lies after lies after lies on
the reporting of events in America.
On August 29, the liberal Associated Press quoted President Obama on the "tragic
response "to Hurricane Katrina on August 29, 2005 that killed more than 1,600 people
in Louisiana and Mississippi, and leaving behind more than $40 billion in property
Hurricane Rita followed almost a month later, with billions of dollars in additional
damage and at least 11 more deaths.
The liberal media ignored the truth of what actually happened by not mentioning the
real problem caused by Louisiana Governor Kathleen Blanco and New Orleans African-American
Mayor Ray Nagin.
Blanco and Nagin failed to respond to President George W. Bush's warning 24 hours
before the Hurricane hit New Orleans to start evacuating residents of this popular
By ignoring Bush's urgent warning, the mayor and governor failed to use some 1,000
school buses to get the residents out of New Orleans right away.
The Democrat Liberal Mayor obviously blew off Bush, as the Democrat Party had done
during Bush's two-terms, eight-years serving as our nation's Commander-in-Chief.
The hatred of Bush blinded liberal public officials as to their sworn duties to protect
their towns, counties and states when confronted by disasters.
The hate game continues, even though the Far Left radicals somehow got their guy in the
White House last January -- Barack Hussein Obama.
There are countless lawsuits against Obama, including fraudulent election scams
(Obama's ACORN organization being the Leader), as well as Obama's failure to show his
"birth certificate" to authorities, which the conservative party contends is not
a legitimate "U.S. birth certificate."
Obama's latest smear against President Bush was during his vacation on Martha's
Vineyard with his family. Here's Obama's own words:
"None of us can forget how we felt when those winds battered the shore, the
floodwaters began to rise and Americans were stranded on rooftops and stadiums,"
Obama said during his weekly radio and Internet address.
"Whole neighborhoods of a great American city were left in ruins. Communities
across the Gulf Coast were forever changed. And many Americans questioned whether
government could fulfill its responsibility to respond in a crisis."
Government in the case of Katrina happened to be two liberal elected public officials:
The Governor of Louisiana and the Mayor of New Orleans.