Monday, September 12, 2005
Michael Brown has resigned as the director of FEMA after his miserable failure in handling the Katerina tragedy. He was surely asked to leave by someone in the administration (probably Karl Rove). I'm glad to see that he's gone. He should have never gotten the job in the first place. I'm worried however that he will be used as a scapegoat and be forced to take the fall for the rest of the administrations negligence and disregaurd for human life. People will need to remain vigilant because it's not beyond this administration to do something like that.