New Oleans Rebukes the President

Satellite Photo - Hurricane Katrina
Satellite Photo – Hurricane Katrina

Hurricane Katrina may be ancient history for people away from the Gulf Coast.  But for the people still living there the after-affects are as on-going as a wound that doesn’t heal.  In New Orleans especially, the sores are wide open and festering.Today, President Bush is scheduled to visit New Orleans to give another speech and photo op.  A local blog, Humid City v2.3, is openly calling for a public rebuke of the President.

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JOIN THE KATRINA SURVIVORS’ REBUKE OF PRESIDENT BUSH

Text of their release follows Rebuke Bush 2pm.

JOIN THE KATRINA SURVIVORS’ REBUKE OF PRESIDENT BUSH

2:00 PM THURSDAY MARCH 1
SAMUEL GREEN SCHOOL
2319 VALENCE ST.
(Near Freret and Napoleon)
NEW ORLEANS

New Orleans Needs Federal Aid, Not Presidential Photo-Ops.

Mr. President: Katrina Survivors Do Not Welcome You, We Rebuke You!

We live in a devastated city and you are a big part of the reason why it sill sits in ruins. Your administration has abandoned our children by savaging their public schools. Your administration has tortured our working class people by refusing to reopen the city’s public housing developments. And your administration is fully complicit in placing our uninsured in harms way by ruthlessly pursuing the privatization of local public healthcare in the aftermath of Katrina. And, finally your administration is guilty of sending our sons and daughters off to war for oil and empire just when we need them most to help us rebuild our community.Mr. President, we, Katrina Survivors all, do not welcome you to our city, we rebuke you!

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Humid City v2.3 is a team of bloggers local to New Oleans.  Their express purpose is to disseminate Information, Culture and Opinion from the Post-K New Orleans.

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