Report: Government's Katrina Response Was Flawed

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Report: Government's Katrina Response Was Flawed

A House report on the response to Hurricane Katrina faults every level of government for the disaster that eventually occurred. What do you think?
  • "I thought the Department of Fuck-Ups handled the situation superbly."

    Scott Ceresia
    Massage Therapist
  • "Can we finally drop this? Politically appointed hacks have feelings too, you know?"

    Johnny McNee
  • "I really hope county clerks feel the sting of their actions."

    Stephanie Dolan