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    Good. I guess he was too busy collecting money to be of any help getting the people
    of New Orleans out...what a snake. It sure took them long enough to indict him.
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    @marine1 Politicians remind me of that country song line "I been falling since you left and ain't hit the bottom yet". They're so deeply corrupt I'm surprised they haven't all dug their way to China already.
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    @jessejaymes china sure as hell don't want them and you know that they got a free pass through hell to get there. It's a buddy thing don't ya know.
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    Throw Nagin in jail for corruption and incompetence but GW Bush's handling of Katrina will be one of the biggest of the many, many stains on his Presidency.
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    There were SO many things Bush could have done, but didn't: mobilize the hospital ship that just sat in Baltimore the whole time, get some amphibs offshore to helo in water and MREs, get some swift boats patrolling the flood zone.
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    @NormalFlora History will not be kind to GW Bush. The his biggest "accomplishment" is taht he screwed things up so badly that the United States was willing to overcome it's long history of racial division and elect it's first black President. Had it not been for Bush this could never have happened.
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    Was there ever any doubt? Anyone who takes advantage of a situation such as Katrina should never see freedom again. Politicians this corrupt deserve no compassion.
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    Unless you work for a big bank like hsbc and most of wall street. I never thought I would hear too big to jail. I don't understand why the board (those who knew this was happening) can't go to jail. I understand the too big to fail. New Orleans is still a mess. I have no pity for the hypocritical mayor. I have no doubt that the $50 billion for Sandy will include crime.
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    Ray "Don't use the school busses to evacuate people" may be the biggest villain of Katrina but Governor Kathleen Blanco was a close second.
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    It's really troubling to see someone take such advantage of tragedy. It could have been a real moment of leadership and example but he flushed it all away for money. Enjoy your prison time.
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    man i cant wait until the feds find something to snag our "mayor" here in dc vincent gray , he deserves to share a cell with nagin
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    I would like to say it is a democratic thing but i would be wrong. It is a political elitist mentality that has gone unchecked for far too long.
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    Kathleen Blanco. She put politics before the people of Louisiana. It was her fault that FEMA was late to the party and people died and lost everything because of her bad decisions.
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    Ray Nagin,"Liberal Democrat" the former New Orleans mayor, has been charged with 21 counts of corruption, including bribery, wire fraud, money laundering and tax fraud, The 25-page indictment that came down Friday included charges of conspiracy, bribery, conspiracy to commit money laundering and honest services wire fraud.

    Wouldnt you know it!!! Ray Nagin,"Liberal Black Democrat" no wonder they cant stand good conservative blacks.
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    Ray Nagin turned his back on the Black American Community of New Orleans and did not even offer to help anyone out during Hurricane Katrina disaster.
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    @bsking Fortunately your post was so poorly constructed I have no idea if you were trying to be deliberately offensive.
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    I remember the sanctimonious punk talking smack about President Bush.... all the while he was getting ready to rape his own people. that's a Democrat for you
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    This corrupted Obama surely didnt handle "Sandy" well either
    and Now its 1979 all over again and Jimmy Carter back in the WH
    Islamic Terrorists have American hostages.
    History repeating itself once more.
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    It's a shame the Politix article didn't mention that one of the businesses that successfully bribed Nagin was Home Depot. Will they face prosecution also? They should.
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    Yet one more Liberal hypocrite. It is amazing how many Liberals are corrupt. In their sick minds, they are superior to you and I and can bend the laws for the sake of their ideology. The end justifies the means to most Liberals, especially Obama.
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    There plenty of villainy in the Katrina messes, but for my money the biggest villain is the Army Corps of Engineers. Those levies were never built to design.
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