Pres. Obama's weekly address is about Hurricane Katrina and the lessons learned and how he is trying to right the wrongs and continue the recovery. I saw a piece this week where even Gov. Jindall is singing his praises about how he has helped the people and the city of New Orleans much more than the former occupant.
That's high praise indeed from Kenneth, I mean Bobby Jindall, who doesn't care for Pres. Obama and has always taken shots at him before for everything even when given the chance to answer a direct question.
Today is the anniversary of Hurricane Katrina... if you can call it that.. certainly not a happy anniversary. But it is a day of remembrance.
I am sorry I am late posting this.. .got caught up in the Kennedy services and really forgot it was Saturday and the president's address would be up...Just being ignorant and dumb on my part.. I do apologize.
Now, while we are grieving for Teddy, let us also take some time to remember the victims and the horrendous damage that was done to New Orleans and the Gulf Coast. They still need us and our support even now, because the ball was dropped and so little was done.
The victims of New Orleans were the exact people Teddy would have been the champions for. The downtrodden, the poor, the disabled, the elderly, and the ones just left behind. Those are the same people he tried everyday in his legislative life to help.
Now, here is the President...