Thursday, September 29, 2005


Shocking! FEMA (read Bush Administration) uprepared for Katrina

Just in case anyone needed more proof:

Documents obtained by NPR show that the Federal Emergency Management Agency had to scramble to purchase the most basic emergency supplies after Hurricane Katrina hit, often making purchases outside the normal bidding process. The agency has spent nearly $2 billion so far on relief efforts.
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