Brownie anyone, or, Why would you want anyone with disaster experience to run FEMA?

Acc to this story in the Washington Post,

President Bush reserved the right to ignore key changes in Congress’s overhaul of the Federal Emergency Management Agency — including a requirement to appoint someone with experience handling disasters as the agency’s head — in setting aside dozens of provisions contained in a major homeland security spending bill this week.

I’m thinking he should hire George Costanza…I think he was a Marine Biologist for at least a few minutes.

I ask you, Bush-ites, on what basis do you continue to support this man? I’ve heard that there is an actual ‘ Office of Lessons Learned‘ in the White House. Who, exactly, is running this office, Laurel, or Hardy?

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3 responses to “Brownie anyone, or, Why would you want anyone with disaster experience to run FEMA?

  1. If Bush doesn’t hire George Cantstandja Costanza, he should start doing the opposite of what he thinks he should do. Things might turn out better then.

  2. “Who, exactly, is running this office, Laurel, or Hardy?

    Naww. I think it’s like someone I worked for once – he was very rich, he said it did it “all for Jesus”, was a failed comic, and when his business collapsed, he used the bankruptcy filing to hide a transfer of close to 100 million dollars.

    Laurel and Hardy would never have ruined America like W. has.
    And still, he has a higher rating (by maybe 10 points) than Congress, which has never challenged him on these signing statements, when they really should.

    And yet, most applicable in White House offices these days is the Laurel and Hardy tagline – “Well, here’s another fine mess you’ve gotten us into!!”

  3. If you’re never wrong, you never need to learn any lessons. 😉

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