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CBS Says Mike Brown Is Rehired As FEMA Consultant

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posted on Sep, 26 2005 @ 06:44 PM
According to a CBS blog, Gloria Borger reports that Michael Brown has returned to FEMA.
22 days after Brown resigned as FEMA director, allegedly the agency has hired him back as a consultant.
Sept. 26, 2005
6:44 p.m.
(CBS) — CBS News correspondent Gloria Borger reports that Michael Brown, who recently resigned as the head of the FEMA, has been rehired by the agency as a consultant to evaluate it's response following Hurricane Katrina.

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I think we are all crossing our fingers hoping that this is false information. Hiring him back is even worse than hearing the president saying "Brownie, you're doing a heck of a job."

If what CBS is reporting is accurate, this will feel like a kick in the stomach for Katrina victims.

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[edit on 2-10-2005 by DJDOHBOY]

posted on Sep, 26 2005 @ 06:47 PM
If it is, they may have done so as an obligation to his contract, if he had one.

Or, "Bushie" may have put him there as a poltical gesture.

posted on Sep, 26 2005 @ 06:52 PM
And the gravy train rolls on..into the sunset, and bankruptcy.

When you're trying to manage a deficit, the number one priority should be eliminating non-essential expenses.

Brownie is the quintessential example.

He's about as non-essential as you can get.

In fact, he's counter-essential.

But like I said, the gravy train rolls on. The taxpayers foot the bill for the administration's dalliances. One of these days everyone will stop paying taxes all together, and by doing so, put a stop to this rampant abuse of power.

The same thing goes on in the corporate world. Guys get millions for their consulation, which amounts to a few appearances at corporate seminars, a few golf games, some lunches with other peons.

It's ridiculous that people are actually okay with paying for this.

But they are, apparently, since there's been no open revolt.


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