Black People : Hurricane Katrina anniversary

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In the Spirit of Sankofa,





... Issac is no joke!



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Cars carrying residents leave downtown New Orleans ahead of Hurricane Katrina, August 28, 2005. REUTERS/Rick Wilking



Hurricane Katrina anniversary

A look back at the tragedy that was Hurricane Katrina.

http://news.yahoo.com/photos/hurricane-katrina-anniversary-slideshow/



Peace In




 
In the Spirit of Sankofa,




... Again, Issac is no Joke:


Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal said officials may cut a hole in a levee on the east bank of Plaquemines Parish to relieve pressure on the structure. At a news conference in Baton Rouge, Jindal said there was no estimate on when that might occur.



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Officials may breach levee as Isaac storms inland

NEW ORLEANS (AP) — Newly downgraded Tropical Storm Isaac plodded its way across Louisiana on the seventh anniversary of Katrina, with officials weighing whether to bust a hole in a levee to relieve some of the water that was spilling over a wall in a rural part of the state Wednesday.
http://news.yahoo.com/officials-may-breach-levee-isaac-storms-inland-182924245.html





Peace In,




 
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Since this was mentioned, one can't help but ponder the question of the timing of this 'tropical storm'.

Could this just be an effort to get people's emotions involved & show the american people that Obama and his crew truly love the american people, unlike Bush who left them stranded and with no aide for about a week to ensure that he get's the vote of most of those who are still unsure?

i know some of us have thought about this, if only briefly. I mean, they're still lying to us about Katrina....
 

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