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September 25, 2005

Where to go?  How about "away from the storm"?

It's amazing the flotsam the Dullest Moaning Snooze  will allow onto its opinion pages.  Today's "Stuck on Stupid" candidate is Jerry Berggren of Rowlett, TX.

Re: "Long Road to Recovery – Proceed with caution in New Orleans," Tuesday Editorials.

Just to give you a background, Denizens.  It's actually a fairly well-written editorial.

You stated that Mayor Ray Nagin failed to provide transportation out of New Orleans for its poorest citizens, the 23 percent who live below the poverty line.

Well, Jerry, you moronic twit, that's actually a fact.  It was Nagin's responsibility to evacuate the city - and I trust it won't be necessary to show the picture of the waterlogged buses in that bus barn lot...?

Let's suppose the mayor put these people on a bus. Where would they have gone?

This is probably the most asinine question I think I've ever heard asked.  And it's not the first time I've heard it over the last couple of weeks.  It's posed by fuckheads who are desperate to blame the Katrina aftermath on President Bush, instead of on Ray-Ray Nagin and Kathy Babblingbimbo Blanco, where it belongs.

Where would they have gone, Jerry?  How about "Away from New Orleans", you Doddering Dimwitted Dumbass™?

You got a Category 5 hurricane bearing down on your ass.  You're not gonna survive it if it hits you dead-on.  Are you seriously suggesting that the people of New Orleans actually stay there???  Are you out of your fucking mind???

What community in this country, much less in the Deep South, would have accepted the poorest of the poor, the disenfranchised, the needy, the part of New Orleans' population that requires federal and state assistance for support?

Have you been paying attention to the news, you Ferret Fellating Fuckstick™?  Here in Texas alone, we had Dallas, Houston and San Antonio accepting Katrina evacuees.  People in Oklahoma, Arkansas, Tennessee and other states opened their arms to help these people, too.

But those states, if memory serves, went for Bush in 2004, so they're not "communities", are they?  "Communities" are only those groups of people who are addicted to sucking on the public teat like you and your fellow Demoscum, aren't they, Jerry, you dumb son-of-a-bitch?

The answer, of course, is that no other city called the mayor and offered shelter.

What the fuck did you want,  shit-for-brains?  A fucking gold-plated engraved invitation?

None would take them before the storm, and only when enough Americans felt embarrassment, shame and, to a lesser degree, compassion, did New Orleans' evacuees have a place to go.

That's nothing but abject bullshit, you airheaded asshelmet.  The only American that should be feeling embarrassment is you, for being such a fuckheaded freak.

Then again, you're a sorry excuse-for-an-American, so that would  be embarrassment enough...if you weren't such a fucking moron.

Posted by Lord Spatula I, King & Tyrant at September 25, 2005 04:50 PM

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Well, if your only sources are CBS and Kos...

Ref... er, evacuess have been in such states as Massachusetts, Rhode Island, etc. as well. Probably California.

But more in "Bush Country". Gee, could that be because Texas is about 2000 miles closer than Massachusetts?

"... no other city called the mayor and offered shelter." Uh, I believe some did. But I'm thinking out-of-state: Louisiana has places that are above sea level, and the city and state knew it, but the only provision for mandatory (vs voluntary) evacuation was "staging areas" like the Dome - absolutely no provision for leaving city limits, let be a place to head for.

Posted by: John Anderson at September 28, 2005 04:59 PM