28 August 2007

Unhappy Anniversary

Watch these videos and dare to say this is a Christian nation, led by "compassionate" people.

From Brave New Foundation:
Tomorrow marks the two year anniversary of Hurricane Katrina, and still there are tens of thousands of families without homes. 30,000 families are scattered across the country in FEMA apartments, 13,000 are in trailers, and hardly any of the 77,000 rental units destroyed in New Orleans have been rebuilt.


There is something very specific you can do to help. Sign the petition urging the Senate to pass the Gulf Coast Recovery Bill of 2007 (S1668). The bill is expected to come to a vote after Labor Day. Its passage will be an important step toward rebuilding the infrastructure in the Gulf Coast region.

That it is even necessary to have this bill in the first place is a national disgrace.

From Campaign for America's Future:

It makes me hope that there is a God, and a Hell, so that every member of the government (from [the faux] POTUS down to dog-catcher), who promised to help the people of NOLA and the Gulf Coast and then turned their back, will spend eternity in that "lake of fire". Or better yet, waist deep in a mixture of sea water, sewage, and oil (like the poor of New Orleans in the days after Katrina hit). And include contractors and developers who have used this as an opportunity to make a fast buck - make them stand on their heads.

UPDATE: I found this at Jess Wundrun's place.

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