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John McCain Would Like to Wish all the Katrina Victims a Happy Anniversary

August 29th, 2008 | by Steve O |

And just like hurricane Katrina, don’t bother us this time because we will be playing our fiddles.

If the GOP was a compassionate party they would cancel their convention and donate all the money to the soon to be victims of hurricane Gustav.

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  1. 10 Responses to “John McCain Would Like to Wish all the Katrina Victims a Happy Anniversary”

  2. By Dusty on Aug 29, 2008 | Reply

    Friggin awesome SteveO!!!! Will put it up on Sirens and Leftwing Nutjob shortly. ;)

    What happened in the Gulf region has affected me more than any other disaster in my memory….because afterward the Congress critters and the Bush Administration did NOT respond as they did when the towers went down.

    Katrina was the conduit to show us how fallible the levees were and how fucked up the federal govt is.

  3. By Steve O on Aug 29, 2008 | Reply

    You got that straight Dusty.

    I always wondered about the 500,000 to 1,000,000 refugees that were created by this disaster and the slow response by the federal government.

    The MSM would make you think they melted into the fabric of America but I just can’t believe that.

    Look at the refugees in other country’s. Camps are created for groups that large. WHERE ARE ALL THE KATRINA REFUGEES????

  4. By steve on Aug 29, 2008 | Reply

    Jesus Christ… WTF is this? For the last time, if the Democrats think they can stop natural disasters and shitholes like Nawlins’ from being populated the go right ahead and show us you elitists sons of bitches!!! Grin fuck us all on November 4th and then I will sit and wait for mother nature to fuck us up again!!! Must be a mid Atlantic thing…

    /meds

  5. By Steve O on Aug 29, 2008 | Reply

    Steve,

    First off it’s not about stopping natural disasters it’s about responding to them. Something the Republican administration has woefully demonstrated.

    Secondly, Nawlins’ as you so call it is responsible for 160,498 jobs, $8 billion in earnings, $17 billion in spending and $800 million in taxes statewide. You gonna “unpopulate” it? You can find more facts here.

    Third and final, I know you like your coffee so you might find this fact most interesting;

    New Orleans is the nation’s premier coffee-handling port, with 14 warehouses, more than 5.5 million feet of storage space and six roasting facilities in a 20 mile radius. Two of the most modern bulk processing operations are located in New Orleans: Dupuy Storage and Forwarding Corp. (first in U.S.) and Silocaf of New Orleans, Inc. (world’s largest).

    It’s not a mid-adlantic thing Steve, so grab your coffee, think about the people of New Orleans and pray that your coffee flow is not interrupted.

  6. By steve on Aug 29, 2008 | Reply

    It’s kind a hard when you pop open your favorite blog and there is a picture of a dude enjoying his birthday cake. Ever stop and think why they enjoyed it on the tarmac instead of a inside? Ever stop to think it was a setup by the MSM and Bush fell for it? That his aides requested it because Bush is a good ole boy and they do shit like that for their friends? The cake looks cheap like it was a grocery special for 6 bucks. Get over it!!! It has been 3 years.

    What are you doing to help out? I gave a bunch of money and clothes to those people down there. Want me to post my 2005 tax return. What do you guys want to see? I bought the Hummer that year.

    There is so much more that went wrong down there… starting with the mayor. Starbucks will figure it out… Nowhere does it say that America has to protect it’s people from disaster.

  7. By Steve O on Aug 29, 2008 | Reply

    Steve, Face it! They did nothing, they ate cake while people drowned.

    And your last comment is the saddest. You live in California, with your line of thinking, you must deny all forms of government assistance if you get caught up in a fire or earthquakes.

    And under your thought I want every single tax dollar of mine that was used to help people during disasters refunded to me because I live in a relatively safe part of America and I get a misappropriated amount of money back because of such.

    Man you’re cranky tonight.

  8. By steve on Aug 30, 2008 | Reply

    “And your last comment is the saddest. You live in California, with your line of thinking, you must deny all forms of government assistance if you get caught up in a fire or earthquakes.”

    I didn’t say that… I said, where does it say America has to protect it’s people from disasters… There is no law that America has to help or protect us. It’s a farce!

    Vertigo night….

  9. By Dusty on Aug 30, 2008 | Reply

    It wasn’t the hurricane steve…it was the fucked up levee’s and the lack of response by the Feds who knew the levees were probably going to fail…the Army Corp of Engineers had said it for fucking years.

    Jesus…making excuses for the bullshit that went down on the Gulf Coast is disgusting.

  10. By Cranky Liberal on Aug 30, 2008 | Reply

    Hey the point is John McCain is sensitive to national emergencies excpet when of course he isn’t. Just another example of McSame not getting it.

  11. By steve on Aug 30, 2008 | Reply

    “It wasn’t the hurricane steve…it was the fucked up levee’s and the lack of response by the Feds who knew the levees were probably going to fail…the Army Corp of Engineers had said it for fucking years.”

    And this is the fault of the two men having cake on a tarmac??? The Bush Administration had nothing to do with building those levees and establishing the city of New Orleans.

    “Jesus…making excuses for the bullshit that went down on the Gulf Coast is disgusting.”

    Um… read what you first wrote.

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