Friday, September 02, 2005

Today's Screwup: Michael D. Brown, Director, FEMA

Just in case you're wondering about the experience of the man whose agency took four days to get to New Orleans, which used to be called the City That Care Forgot.
Well, dear readers, before the Bush Administration found him a job in Emergency Management, he was the Commissioner of the International Arabian Horse Association, an international subsidiary of the national governing organization of the U.S. Olympic Committee. And we know how well organized they are, don't we?
From 1988 to 1991, Brown was General Counsel to Dillingham Insurance, Suits Drilling, Suits Rig, Latigo Energy, Dillingham Ranch and Dillingham Enterprises.
Do I smell oil? In a Bush administration? Nah, must just be that pesky exploding truck in the City that Bush Forgot.


Blogger wj said...

haha no joke

6:22 PM  

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