Monday, August 28, 2006

Setting the records straight: The Money

In today's Asociated Press story on Bush and Katrina, Don Powell makes this statement:
"... no more money would flow to the region until there is proof that what has been approved is being spent well."
Does this mean there will be no real aid to the people on the ground (beyond the $2,000 immediate asstance to each household), becaue all of the money spent so far has gone to FEMA to pay their contractors for their immediate "relief" work, and to the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers? And we all know how well those two groups spent the money they were given.

Remind me again where the nexus of corruption in government in America is today? I think it's somewhere to the northeast of Baton Rouge and New Orleans.

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