“Brownie” Hearts Cantor’s Heartlessness


    Just to remind everyone, former Bush Administration FEMA director Michael D. Brown came to epitomize incompetence and heartlessness in his utterly hapless response to Hurricane Katrina. Among other idiocies, Brown wrote on the morning of Katrina, “Can I quit now? Can I come home?” A few days later, as the people of New Orleans really WERE trapped in the wreckage of that horrific natural (and man-made) disaster, Brown wrote, heartlessly and cluelessly as always, “I’m trapped now, please rescue me.” As if all that’s not bad enough, Brown – the former stewards and judges commissioner of the International Arabian Horse Association, by the way – “‘found time to exchange e-mails about superfluous topics,’ including ‘problems finding a dog-sitter,'” according to Rep. Charlie Melancon. That’s the guy who hearts Eric Can’tor’s heartlessness towards his own Congressional District, this time in the aftermath of Hurricane Irene. To both of them, I think we should quote President Bush in saying, “heckuva job!” (snark)


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