posted on Sep, 4 2005 @ 05:15 PM
There have been numerous [top-level] officials who are already calling for a Congressional investigation into why FEMA failed, who was responsible,
and why . . .
Obviously heads are going to roll within the FEMA heirarchy.
What heirarchy is that . . . Michael Brown, a former head (kicked-out/forceful resignation) of an Arabian horse association (which is/was a
significant supporter of the Bush/Republican party)? . . . Chertoff?
IMHO both sock puppets.
Double-edged approach equals double-edged results.
First off, after the obvious failure during the aftermath of Katrina, you can now rally Congress into providing more funding for FEMA (virtually the
most powerful agency within the US government which is not even reportable to Congress and seems to have one of the largest non-accountable
[black]budgets in the government/country) and at the same time lop the heads of the current heirarchy and replace with ??.
At the same time, while rallying the support of Congress (the people per se) you can give FEMA more [responsive] powers.
Consider the Executive orders (giving ungodly powers) drawn up during the Clinton admin, but were never actually signed into order . . . gotta
Two seats now open on the Supreme Court (may Rehnquist rest in peace].
I'm just trying to look at the overall end-result possibilites of this current situation, which in my opinion could end up to be more far reaching
than most Americans can even fathom.
Any/All comments/suggestions would be greatly appreciated.
Those familiar with FEMA's current [actual] abilites and what's in their unsigned repertoire' [presidential orders] may have a clearer picture of
YES, FEMA is to be the federal government's Response Team in time of crisis, but they are actually tasked with sooooo much more [in the BIG
What better time to increase Congressional [public] support, funding, and a new [appointed] head at the helm?!
Just my thoughts . . .