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Federal government motive?

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posted on Sep, 4 2005 @ 05:55 PM
Actually, I kinda' am a disaster specialist.

And you Loam may keep your blinders on also.


posted on Sep, 4 2005 @ 05:58 PM

Originally posted by Roper
Actually, I kinda' am a disaster specialist.

Then therein perhaps lies the problem...

EDIT: I love how you attack my credibility, rather than the government's....or fail to answer my substantive arguments....Typical...

You're right, Roper.....this was just too big for the feds to help until day five or six....there is nothing further to explore or question...."keep moving folks, nothing to see here...."

[edit on 4-9-2005 by loam]

posted on Sep, 4 2005 @ 08:09 PM

Originally posted by Valhall
Not to look psychotic - because I'm over on another thread bellowing against people twisting the army presence in Nola right now, but I'm seriously concerned about the possibility of legislation that would allow what your proposing. That's been on my mind for several days now that some freak in Congress will be bringing a Bill to the floor that would allow the clowns of FEMA to deploy regular army IMMEDIATELY.

Well, if that's the case you're not the only one looking psychotic. My husband is watching this on TV more closely, while I am here more. He came to the conclusion that this is entirely possible after watching the coverage since Monday.

Regardless of the reality, it could be easy for the government to add another nail to the coffin of this country's freedoms.

I can only hope your reasearch project shows us wrong!

posted on Sep, 4 2005 @ 08:14 PM

Originally posted by Dallas

In this case I feel the water level had everything to do with what seem was a slow response time. I also feel the poor, sick and the elder people alone may not have been offered a way out of New Orleans as far a transportation prior to the flood.


Oh, I agree. Both those things played heavily into this tragedy.

Seems those levees should have been better fortified YEARS ago and maintained.
And, civilians should have had a better evacuation plan. I dunno, like the mayor of NOLA commandeering buses to take people out.

I also wonder how many people may have gone BACK home once the eye passed and the storm lessened some.

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