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Saturday, September 03, 2005
 
Astrodome Stories and Pictures

My reader Songbird, who did some volunteer work at the Astrodome the other night, sent me the links to some good blogging on the refugees.
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Hmmmm, Sounds Like Bush Doesn't Care About Black People

(Welcome, fellow Radio Equalizer readers!)

According to this story in the NY Post:

At one point Friday, the evacuation was interrupted briefly when school buses pulled up so some 700 guests and employees from the Hyatt Hotel could move to the head of the evacuation line - much to the amazement of those who had been crammed in the Superdome since last Sunday.

"How does this work? They (are) clean, they are dry, they get out ahead of us?" exclaimed Howard Blue, 22, who tried to get in their line. The National Guard blocked him as other guardsmen helped the well-dressed guests with their luggage.


Oh, wait a minute. It's New Orleans Mayor Ray Nagin who doesn't care about black people:

Mayor Ray Nagin has used the hotel as a base since it sits across the street from city hall, and there were reports the hotel was cleared with priority to make room for police, firefighters and other officials.

Sorry Kanye West, whom Time Magazine covered just recently as "the smartest man in pop music" (and if that isn't a backhanded compliment, I don't know what is).

Be sure to check out My Take of the Day on this latter story; he also has a link to the video. Is it just me, or does West seem extraordinarily inarticulate for "the smartest man in pop music".

Hat Tip: Lucianne

This is all part of what Mrs Malkin calls Bush Derangement Syndrome. After 9-11 they were able to put BDS down for awhile, but after four years of having their hatred stoked by the Kossacks and Hatrioses of the world they are in no mood to be reasonable. They have seized on that comment about "nobody expected the levees to break" and I'm sure some liberal bloggers are selling tee shirts already: Bush Lied, New Orleans Died. With 0% of the proceeds going to help the refugees.

Stalin created a cult of personality about himself in the Soviet Union. The Democrats seem to be creating a cult around the hatred of President Bush. It hasn't worked in the past, and it seems unlikely to become more successful in the future. Despite the much-reported low job ratings of some polls, Rasmussen has shown him fairly stead in the mid-high 40s for the past month.

Also, be sure to check out Combs Spouts Off who goes into more detail on this subject.
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Friday, September 02, 2005
 
Bush a Hero!

Not that Bush this time:

Three days later, the anemic-looking, red-tipped bush in front of the police department has become a shrine to Waveland's men and women in blue. There's now a hand-carved wooden cross placed in the bush to highlight its role in a remarkable story of survival — a sign of hope as police go about the grim duty of recovering bodies and trying to help shocked survivors in the town of 7,000 about 35 miles east of New Orleans.

Good story.

Another good story here:

Authorities eventually allowed the renegade passengers inside the dome. But the 18-year-old who ensured their safety could find himself in a world of trouble for stealing the school bus.

Heh, don't worry, kid, no jury would convict you.

Hat Tip: Michelle Malkin, who has more.

Let me highlight just once more this story, which I don't think has gotten enough attention:

The babies began screaming, the adults panicked and, in that moment, Phillip Bullard, 13, began saving lives — four adults and nine children, including himself.
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Clift Piles It Deeper and Higher

Eleanor Clift engages in a little political looting herself:

I didn’t see the movie “The Day After,” which depicts the desolation and desperation in the aftermath of a nuclear attack.

Well, then, why are you using it as a comparison for New Orleans? I didn't see the movie "Sunset Boulevard" which depicts the twilight of a once-famed woman, but I'll compare it to Eleanor Clift.

Things were so bad “you almost wonder if Donald Rumsfeld is in charge,” said Marshall Wittmann, an analyst with the Democratic Leadership Council.

Heh, little Democatic wit there.

Bush’s comment that nobody thought the levees in New Orleans would break is false, and he will regret those words just as Condoleezza Rice did her comment that nobody could imagine a plane flying into a building like a missile.

This particular charge seems typical of the Democrats. Here's a clue guys. When President Bush said nobody thought the levees would break, he was referring to Monday evening and night. He wasn't saying that nobody ever considered that possibility. The same of course applies to Secretary of State Rice.

Here's the full quote:

"I don't think anybody anticipated the breach of the levees. They did appreciate a serious storm but these levees got breached and as a result much of New Orleans is flooded and now we're having to deal with it and will," he said.

Congress had been planning to eliminate the estate tax, draining billions from a federal budget already reeling under the costs of a war. Marshall Wittmann, who used to advise John McCain, predicts that Bush’s tax-cutting days are over. “We’ve been living in la-la land,” he says. “This is a moment of sobriety when business as usual can’t continue.”

Marshall, Marshall, Marshall. Isn't it typical that a former McCain advisor is now working for the DLC?

You know, after 9-11 there were easily 2-3 weeks where the Left in America suddenly stopped being idiots; some of them never went back. But with Katrina the armistice didn't even last 2-3 days.
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Site Changes

I'm fooling around with the template today, so if things look a little funky at times it's because you've caught me before I debugged something. The fleur-de-lis stands for New Orleans. You can get a robot like mine just by clicking on the picture. Hat tip to Ex-Donkey.
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Logistical Problem with Evacuation

Lotta criticism over how long it's taking to get people out. But here's an explanation for at least part of the problem:



(Map by Mapquest)

As you can see, there are not many routes out of the city. Many bridges are out according to this article.

Hatcher said that part of Interstate 10, the main artery from the north, is washed out. “The Route 11 bridge is maybe 75 years old, and it withstood the hurricane. That’s the only way in now. Maybe older is better.”

You can't really see it on that map, let's zoom in on the Route 11 bridge:



That one little bridge is how they're getting everybody in and out of the city.
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Rebranding the Democrats--A Contest!

No kidding, Oliver Willis is hawking tee shirts with this image:



It's not as stupid as it might seem. Yeah, the liberals like to claim that dropping the bomb was the greatest hate crime in the history of humanity, but they know that a lot of us sensible folks think it was a great way to end the war, with the least possible loss of life on both ours and the Japanese's part. Of course, I still don't see Ollie getting a lot of libs to buy or wear one in order to convince Republicans that Democrats can be tough.

So here's the contest: Using the image below, make up another muscular slogan for the Democrats. Here's a blank:



Here's my entry.



If you blog, trackback to this post or leave a mention in the comments and I'll link. If you don't blog, email me your entry. I'll close entries Monday evening and announce the winners on Tuesday.

Hat Tip: Soxblog
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The Blame America Crowd Rolls Up Its Sleeves and... Blames America--Updated

While the conservative blogosphere was rolling up their sleeves and exhorting their readers to contribute to charitable organizations, the big liberal blogs and their synchophants in the media are doing what they do best: Blaming America.

Arthur Chrenkoff has a roundup of idiocy at his blog.

I do disagree with him about #6 though:

Germany said on Wednesday the United States was partly to blame for record oil prices and should look to extend its refining capacity after Hurricane Katrina wreaked havoc at U.S. refineries, hitting output.

That's absolutely dead on the money and I don't see it as insensitive or uncharitable.

Hat Tip: Lucianne

Meanwhile, the Ankle-Biters point us to this compendium of lunacy.

And Michelle Malkin has more. Note particularly this bottom-feeder:

After I managed to get the candy bar's bar code to fit perfectly over the little laser and figured out how the machine worked so I could waste twice the time it would normally take me to buy a candy bar, an employee approached me and said, "Would you like to give a dollar for Hurricane Katrina?"

I said, "No."

First off, I'm offended that the store employees are wandering around fundraising instead of helping customers, especially when it's so obvious that the store conglomerate uses these do-it-yourself machines to cut down on the number of employees necessary to help customers so that the store conglomerate can turn a larger profit while having fewer of those pesky union workers to deal with.


Well, if you kept them busy taking contributions, the store would have to hire more employees, right? And second, this loser didn't have any money to begin with; probably using his food stamps to buy that candy bar.

Update: Greg Gutfeld takes a cluebat to the rest of the Huffers.

Additional National Guard members were ordered to combat looting that has erupted at the Huffington Post today. The troops have already witnessed brazen incidents of criminality since the disaster began, as Huffposters gleefully sift among gnarled wreckage and corpses to find any blunt or broken object to swing at an administration they detest. "Looters are grabbing whatever they can to make themselves look smart, and make Bush look or feel bad," Greg Gutfeld said in a telephone interview, hiding under his desk.

Rick Moran contrasts the charitable nature of the Right-wing blogs versus the blame Bush crowd on the Left. The Commissar posts a handy-dandy table of reactions.

Let me mention here that I'm on Howard Dean's Democracy for America mailing list, and the silence from that quarter speaks volumes.
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McCartney Killer Free On Bail?

A story we've been following for a long time:

The judge fixed personal bail at £2,500 with two cash sureties of £2,500 and directed that Mr Davison must live at an address handed into court, report to police daily and surrender his passport.

Uh, isn't that rather light bail on a murder charge? And surrendering his passport isn't very useful; he can travel to Poland without it.
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Who?

Some woman showed up at Tom Delay's office. I vaguely recall the name; wasn't she on Happy Days that last season after Fonzie jumped the shark?
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Thursday, September 01, 2005
 
Phillip Bullard, 13 Years Old and a Hero--Updated!

(Bump to top due to updates)

This is going to be the most famous young man in America in the next week:



Here's a good news story:

Just before Katrina crashed into the east side of Biloxi, Miss., a dozen family members, friends and neighbors piled into the only bedroom of a wooden house.

Suddenly, the water rushed in, penetrating every wall and window. They retreated to a living room that yielded no protection from the 5-foot tide inside the house.

The babies began screaming, the adults panicked and Phillip Bullard, 13, began saving lives. Four adults and nine children, including himself.

Phillip swam and cradled the youngest. He floated the oldest -- all through the house, out a broken front window and into a boat floating nearby. He coaxed his twin sister to let go of the side of the house, which she clung to in terror. He took the hands of his mother and grandmother, both too frightened to leave their home, and guided them to safety.

"I just didn't want to see my family drown," said Phillip, a seventh-grader. "I was scared if I didn't keep helping, somebody would die."


Hat Tip: Michele Catalano

Longer version with terrific details found.

Phillip, a soft-spoken boy who said he knew he wanted to be a police officer or doctor before the storm, says he went under water to clear a path to the window and then got his 25-year-old sister, Yoshico Posey, out. He picked her first because she was the only other person who could swim and help guide the rest out of the house. They formed a rescue team. He carried or floated each person out the window; she passed them to a neighbor who was helping, or put them in a boat they found drifting by.

Later, they used broomsticks to paddle down the street and sought haven in the upstairs loft of a neighbor's home.

''It felt like Phillip was in there getting people for hours,'' said Vanessa Posey, sitting outside the shelter. ``I just kept thanking the Lord for every person he got out.''

By the time Phillip finally swam out of the house, he found his twin sister clinging to the exterior wall of the house.

''She was scared. It took me awhile to convince her to let go and take my hand,'' he said softly. ``But I had to keep trying because she would not have made it.''

After everyone was rescued, Phillip took the boat to Division Street, a main thoroughfare, to find help. It never came.

And so the story that began at noon Monday in the earliest moments of Katrina's brief stay ended with Phillip in a shelter, nursing a foot cut by tin that his mother fears will become infected. This time, help is on the way.

''I just thank God for Phillip,'' the mother said. ``We would not be here but for the grace of God and the courage of my son.''


I say he's on five national broadcasts by the end of next week. And he deserves it. Best story yet to come out of the hurricane. Note that his left foot is bandaged in the picture.
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Blog Aid

(This post will remain on top all day September 1st. Scroll down for newer content.)

As part of the bloggers' support for the victims of Hurricane Katrina in Alabama, Mississippi and Louisiana, I have designated Catholic Charities as the group for whom I am blegging.

While local agencies along the Gulf Coast anticipate that they will be provide some type of emergency assistance in their communities, Catholic Charities' niche in disaster relief is to provide long-term recovery work. In fact, Catholic Charities agencies in Florida are still providing services to help people recover from last year's devastating hurricanes.

Based on past disasters, possible long-term services that Catholic Charities may provide include temporary and permanent housing, direct assistance beyond food and water to get people back into their homes, job placement counseling, and medical and prescription drug assistance.


We can all see that there will be significant long term recovery work to be done in the wake of Katrina. Note that although the group is called "Catholic" Charities, their aid is dispensed without regard to the religion of the recipient.



As always, when I ask you to pull out your wallet, I've done so first, with some of that "mad blog money" that our buddy TC the Leather Penguin likes to talk about. Amazing how I can rack up mad blog money without any ads, eh?

But seriously, give what you can afford, even if it's only a couple bucks. This is an opportunity to show how our country pulls together in time of need.

Here's a link to Instapundit's post on this topic.

Thank you!
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Just In Case You Were Wondering

The NFL hasn't figured out what to do with the Saints. They will almost certainly not play in New Orleans this year.

I know this is of minimal importance in the wake of the tragedy that has already unfolded and may still be unfolding. But I'm an NFL addict only one week away from a score.
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This Must Be A Metaphor or Something

I did the charitable contribution thing up above, linked to Instapundit's main page on the charity drive, sent him my link early yesterday evening, so I'm wondering all day where's my Instalink?

Heh. I went over to Truth Laid Bear's page on the blogs and charities they're blogging on. There are 1211 blogs listed there (!).

Okay, Professor Reynolds, we'll forgive you this time. Indeed.

And this is just me showing off:

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