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Will Somebody Say Thank You? (Michael Reagan)
NewsMax ^ | Sept. 8, 2005 | Michael Reagan

Posted on 09/09/2005 4:50:32 PM PDT by nascaryankee

Will Somebody Say Thank You? Turn on TV, read the local newspaper or listen to your local radio station, and all you are going to hear, see and read are accounts of people knee-deep in playing the blame game. What you don't hear is anybody saying "thank you." From the safety of France, Pierce Brosnan took the time to tell the world: "This man called President Bush has a lot to answer for. I don't know if this man is really taking care of America. This government has been shameful." Instead of lifting a finger to help Katrina's victims, this was the make-believe 007's response to the tragedy.

Hollywood celebrity Sean Penn raced to New Orleans with his leaky boat in what became a Keystone Kops effort to rescue flood-stranded victims. He failed, but the cameras were there to record for posterity his gallantry in coming to their aid. Having lost that photo op, he launched into his usual leftist rhetoric to castigate the president, accusing the administration of criminal negligence, while his boat's engine sputtered to a stop.

At a Labor Day rally, with his AFL-CIO union collapsing all around him, John Sweeney assured his members that what he alleged was the government's slow response was a sign of hostility to workers. No kidding, he actually said that.

Can you just picture George Bush waking up in the morning and saying to Laura: "The hell with those workers. We're not going to send help to New Orleans because we hate ‘em." As these bozos were collectively venting their liberal spleen at the president, huge caravans of trucks carrying thousands of tons of food and water and clothing and other vital supplies were pouring into New Orleans from as far away as California and New York. Army and National Guard troops were arriving by the thousands, all sent under orders from the president. Did it occur to any of his critics to take a moment out to say "thank you" to George Bush?

Harry Connick Jr., a native resident of New Orleans, was there, but unlike his fellow celebrities he wasn't spending his time making political speeches. Instead, he was in his boat - which didn't leak - surrounded by toxic water and rescuing those mostly black folks trapped by the flood. Has anybody said "thank you" to Harry Connick Jr.?

From almost the moment the 17th Street dike broke, members of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers have been laboring day and night to repair the breech and stop any more of the lake waters from gushing into the streets of New Orleans – a job they have now completed. Has anybody said "thank you" to these dedicated and weary men? Not that I've heard.

All across the nation the left-wing wackos are squinting to find something they can complain about and blame on the president for alleged failures in the massive federal effort to cope with the worst natural disaster in American history. They can't bring themselves to admit that a lot of good things are being done by the federal government and the horde of good people who are pitching in to help their fellow Americans. If they did they might have to say "thank you," a phrase they don't seem to have in their vocabularies.

When my wife asks me to vacuum the house, I inevitably miss a spot. She doesn't jump all over me because I messed up, but, understanding what klutzes husbands are when it comes to domestic chores, she simply thanks me.

These liberal scoundrels don't have it in them to thank those police, firemen, National Guardsmen, regular army soldiers, relief workers from FEMA and the Red Cross and all the others and the people in the Bush administration whose efforts are above and far beyond the call of duty.

They are too busy looking for the motes in the administration's eyes to see the huge planks in their own.

All together now, let's hear it: "Thank you President Bush, thank you Harry Connick Jr., thank you police and firemen and National Guardsmen and members of the Red Cross and Salvation Army and all you other heroes."


TOPICS: Editorial
KEYWORDS: freemoney; gimmee; greedy; handouts; helpless; hollywood; ingrates; katrina; michaelreagan; moochers; thanksharry; thankyou; useless
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1 posted on 09/09/2005 4:50:33 PM PDT by nascaryankee
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To: nascaryankee

BFLR!


2 posted on 09/09/2005 4:51:03 PM PDT by cgk (We'll have to deal w/ the networks. One way to do that is to drain the swamp they live in - Rumsfeld)
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To: nascaryankee

Thank you , Mr. Reagan! For reminding the LSM just who the good guys are.


3 posted on 09/09/2005 4:55:35 PM PDT by JoeSixPack1
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To: nascaryankee

I'll say it.

Thank you, President Bush, for doing what the mayor of New Orleans and the governor of Louisiana wouldn't or couldn't. Thank you, every last one of you who helped rescue those caught in the flood. Thank you Red Cross and Salvation Army for trying to help, even though the locals wouldn't allow it.

But for the media, all I have to say is:


bpbpbpbpbpbpbpbpbpbpbpttttttt!

(also known as the "Bronx cheer")


4 posted on 09/09/2005 4:56:41 PM PDT by MizSterious (Now, if only we could convince them all to put on their bomb-vests and meet in Mecca...)
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To: nascaryankee
What you don't hear is anybody saying "thank you."

I've heard many of the victims on TV say thank you.

AFL-CIO union ...John Sweeney assured his members that what he alleged was the government's slow response was a sign of hostility to workers. No kidding, he actually said that.

LOLOLOL! Workers in N.O.? What workers?
5 posted on 09/09/2005 4:58:59 PM PDT by uncitizen
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To: nascaryankee

There are two MDs of national prominence in the pollitics, Bill Frist (R, TN), the Senate Majority Leader, and Howard Dean, the DNC Chairman. Dr. Frist went to NO to give medical care to Katrina's victims, black and white alike. Dr. Dean stayed in Washington and smeared the people, like Dr. Frist, who were trying to help.


6 posted on 09/09/2005 4:59:27 PM PDT by libstripper
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To: nascaryankee

THANK YOU, left wing for proving to all of us how corrupt and stupidly inept you all are!

There. I said it.

Thanks Michael!


7 posted on 09/09/2005 5:04:06 PM PDT by Humidston (It's Bush's fault)
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To: nascaryankee
Last week, I tried to post this 2004 election map of the United States, but the moderators deleted all references to it.

One week later, I still stand by this factual information, but my basic warning has been proved correct.


8 posted on 09/09/2005 5:06:01 PM PDT by Hunble (is)
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To: nascaryankee
I agree. Even the "victims" are coming off as ingrates.
The lady on O'Reilly that complained she had no food for 5 days. O'Reilly get out of her that she had plenty of MRE's but no HOT FOOD, and Bush was to Blame.

The passengers that upon hearing they were being evacuated to Utah demanded to be let off and complained about Utah being a racist state.

Maybe it's the media only showing the ingrates but I doubt it. Has anyone witnessed one survivor that thanked their rescuers? It seems they jump off the rescue helicopter and jump in front of a camera to complain.

A woman called into a local Atlanta radio show this afternoon relating to all that she was at a high end mall in Buckhead Georgia and a "hurricane victim" whipped out her RED CROSS debit card and bought a Louis Vitton handbag.

I honestly believe these people have been through hell and back but it wouldn't kill anyone to express some gratitude.
9 posted on 09/09/2005 5:06:19 PM PDT by Republican Red (''Van der Sloot" is Dutch for ''Kennedy.")
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To: nascaryankee
Thank you, Mr. Reagan, for reminding us about the important stuff.
10 posted on 09/09/2005 5:08:29 PM PDT by kingu (Draft Fmr Senator Fred Thompson for '08.)
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To: nascaryankee

Thank you President Bush, all the military units, firemen, policemen, and concerned citizens who volunteered to help their fellow men. Thank you, Michael Reagan, for speaking for me. Thank you, nascaryankee, for posting this.

And more Bronx cheers to the inept politicians, publicity-seeking entertainers, and the snake-in-the-grass news media who perpetuate the ability of these socialists to further spread lies to those who hang on their every word as the truth.

I pray common decency will return to the politics in our country before it is totally destroyed.


11 posted on 09/09/2005 5:11:14 PM PDT by PROUDAMREP (THANK YOU, PRESIDENT BUSH, AND OUR WONDERFUL TROOPS)
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To: nascaryankee

I've said it before and I'll say it again, "Thank you Mr. President for caring enough to save lives in Louisiana."
In spite of all the opposition, you did what you had to do.


12 posted on 09/09/2005 5:13:11 PM PDT by trustandobey (Delay 2008)
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To: nascaryankee
Add to the list thanks to:

Churches
Synagogues
Volunteer Americans of all creeds, colors, and political parties who have donated food, money shelter and time to helping the victims.

As to celebrities, didn't John Travolta and his wife donate tons of food without fanfare. I think he even flew in the plane himself. Thank God, Sean Penn wasn't his copilot!
13 posted on 09/09/2005 5:13:41 PM PDT by BlessedByLiberty (Respectfully submitted,)
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To: nascaryankee
Thank you to all of our.......


14 posted on 09/09/2005 5:15:13 PM PDT by MozartLover ( My son, my soldier, my hero. Protect him, Lord, wherever he goes, and keep him strong.)
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To: Calpernia; Revel; Velveeta

Mike Reagan has such incredible class.

Sine not consider him "really the son" of Ronald Reagan because he was adopted. But as best I can see, he is the one carrying on his father's legacy.

This is the type of man who should be leading our country in the future.


15 posted on 09/09/2005 5:16:06 PM PDT by StillProud2BeFree
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To: nascaryankee

"When my wife asks me to vacuum the house, I inevitably miss a spot. She doesn't jump all over me because I messed up, but, understanding what klutzes husbands are when it comes to domestic chores, she simply thanks me. "

He vacuums???? Wow. how can I get my husband to do that????


16 posted on 09/09/2005 5:17:59 PM PDT by Betteboop
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To: nascaryankee
Thanks President Bush, National Guard, the rest of the Military that helped, FEMA, The Red Cross, The Salvation Army and all the hundreds of other big and little charities, all the thousands of people who volunteered their time and gave money, the Iraqi soldiers who gave the Katrina victims money today in appreciation for all the U.S. has done for them, all the countries that gave, the list goes on and on and on. Thanks to all those who helped and donated and volunteered with no political agenda attached. Thank you, Michael Reagan for this important reminder.
17 posted on 09/09/2005 5:21:49 PM PDT by bethtopaz (We will not allow another generation of heroes to be forsaken. -- NewLand, from Free Republic)
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To: Humidston

I agree - well said!


18 posted on 09/09/2005 5:22:34 PM PDT by bethtopaz (We will not allow another generation of heroes to be forsaken. -- NewLand, from Free Republic)
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To: nascaryankee

I have been thinking the same thing throughout this whole ordeal. I don't wish bad on anybody and I pray for the victims of this natural catastrophe. But the truth is having Al Gore in the White House on 9/11/2001, or having John Kerry in the White House on 8/29/2005, would not have changed anything.

Al Gore would not have had the stomach to go after our enemies after 911. It takes courage to be President and George Bush has the courage to hunt down our enemies and to take them out.

John Kerry maybe would have invoked the wisdom of his wife Therese to "let the children run around naked, it would do them good".


19 posted on 09/09/2005 5:23:16 PM PDT by joem15
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To: Hunble

Humble, love this map. What's the original source? Do you have a link? Turns out we're not as divided as people say we are, huh?


20 posted on 09/09/2005 5:24:31 PM PDT by bethtopaz (We will not allow another generation of heroes to be forsaken. -- NewLand, from Free Republic)
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To: nascaryankee

The MSM is structuring coverage to make it look as if the evacuees are still being vivtimized by those who are trying to help them.

My wife, yesterday, held people while they cried with joy over the help that they received. One woman cried because we were able to bring her adult diapers for her husband.

What you are seeing on the press is not what is happening on the ground.

Despite your disbelief in the press as you state it in so many threads, you are being taken in by reporters who are trying to sensationalize a tragedy. Y'all are being had.

Bigtime....


21 posted on 09/09/2005 5:25:33 PM PDT by TexanToTheCore (Rock the pews, Baby)
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To: TexanToTheCore

Thank you to you and your wife for the caring you are showing.


22 posted on 09/09/2005 5:31:49 PM PDT by Freedom'sWorthIt
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To: nascaryankee
Bump for Michael Reagan and a huge thank you to all the 'Katrina heros. . .'

Think Fox News should lead the way with some 'thank you' spots. . .highlight the heroes and the grattitude.

It is sickening to listen to the whining. . .night after night/day after day. . .

(life is pain and suffering and that includes broken suffering resulting from natural and man-made disasters)

23 posted on 09/09/2005 5:33:41 PM PDT by cricket (.Just say NO U.N.)
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To: Betteboop
He vacuums???? Wow. how can I get my husband to do that????

I could make some suggestions but you probably know already...(grin)

24 posted on 09/09/2005 5:36:28 PM PDT by Randy Larsen (Freedom is not America's gift to man, Freedom is GOD'S gift to mankind!....G.W.Bush)
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To: TexanToTheCore

Oh, and to all TEXAS - THANK YOU!


25 posted on 09/09/2005 5:36:29 PM PDT by Freedom'sWorthIt
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To: nascaryankee; All
sorry. . .posting and talking not always compatible. . .that should have been. . .:(life is pain and suffering and that includes personal suffering caused by natural and man-made disasters). . .
26 posted on 09/09/2005 5:37:09 PM PDT by cricket (.Just say NO U.N.)
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To: nopardons
Hollywood celebrity Sean Penn raced to New Orleans with his leaky boat in what became a Keystone Kops effort to rescue flood-stranded victims.

: )

27 posted on 09/09/2005 5:39:44 PM PDT by nicmarlo
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To: nascaryankee

One of my bosses 'adopted' a large family from NO. The mother is a nurse, the father an engineer. The kids went to a Catholic School there and a local Catholic school allowed them to attend for FREE until they can go back home. Also gave them a $300 gift card to a local clothing store for the uniforms and also gave them books. We are taking up clothing collections for the family. Thank you Catholic School and others who are taking this family under their wing. They have no home for now, and can't access their bank because it's a local NO bank and the systems are down, so no way to get to savings or checking account. People don't realize how bad off they would be if they lost everything they owned in the blink of an eye and could not get to their money. I hear alot of 'what I would do's', but most are arrogant and condescending. This is a humbling experience for ALL of us. Not just the poor, but EVERYONE.


28 posted on 09/09/2005 5:43:37 PM PDT by sandbar
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To: Republican Red

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29 posted on 09/09/2005 5:47:14 PM PDT by Dr. Scarpetta
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To: nascaryankee

Thank President Bush, General Honore the, Rescue people, the Fire Dept, PD from all over, the CHURCHES (THE LEFT LOVES TO HATE)THE SALVATION ARMY (THE LEFT LOVES TO HATE)WALMART (THE LEFT LOVES TO HATE)RED CROSS,THE MILITARY (THE LEFT LOVES TO HATE)AND EVERYONE ELSE
THANK YOU


30 posted on 09/09/2005 6:00:22 PM PDT by proudCArepublican
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To: nascaryankee

Thank you President Bush.
Thanks to all the heroes of New Orleans.
God bless the President and America.


31 posted on 09/09/2005 6:11:23 PM PDT by citizencon
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To: Freedom'sWorthIt

Thank Jesus.

This Sunday.

Put a little bit of money in the pot and throw in with us, you won't regret it.


32 posted on 09/09/2005 6:16:15 PM PDT by TexanToTheCore (Rock the pews, Baby)
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To: StillProud2BeFree

Bump

Good read.

Thank you Mike Reagan.

Big FR Bump and Thank You to all the emergency responders, rescue and recovery teams in the Katrina Zones.


33 posted on 09/09/2005 6:33:23 PM PDT by Calpernia (Breederville.com)
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To: Colonial Warrior

Ping


34 posted on 09/09/2005 6:56:22 PM PDT by Hushpuppie
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To: nascaryankee
Thank-you Michael Reagan....

..Time and again you prove you are the true Reagan son.....with the gentle soul of your earthly father and heavenly Father.

35 posted on 09/09/2005 7:13:13 PM PDT by Guenevere (God bless our military!...and God bless the President of the United States!)
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To: nascaryankee

"Thank you President Bush, thank you Harry Connick Jr., thank you police and firemen and National Guardsmen and members of the Red Cross and Salvation Army and all you other heroes."

But don't expect to ever hear that from Kool Aid drinkers. All they want are political points!


36 posted on 09/09/2005 7:54:48 PM PDT by Rembrandt (We would have won Viet Nam w/o Dim interference.)
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To: TexanToTheCore; potlatch; devolve; PhilDragoo; Smartass; bitt

Tonight on Washington Week on PBS, host Gwen Ifill asked the panel why Mississippi's response to the hurricane went so much better than Louisiana's. Karen Tumulty of Time Magazine responded that President Bush had not tried to invade Mississippi as he had attempted in Louisiana. There was no time for discussion. Talk about a Kool-aid drinker...


37 posted on 09/09/2005 8:04:09 PM PDT by ntnychik
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To: nascaryankee
The welfare state we now live in has evolved through three primary causes 1) the systematic destruction of our federal republic in favor of democracy, 2) the use of government to administer charity to the poor and the associated development of what I call the "entitlement" attitude among the poor and 3) government redistribution of wealth through taxation of the wealthy to support the poor and the associated population development from that process.  These three socialist ideas were adopted by liberals to cure perceived problems in society and have created the welfare state we live in today.

Ingratitude in a hallmark trait of the welfare state. The welfare state have fostered irresponsibility and ingratitude through "entitlements" to the poor without expectation for improvement in their education and the associated ability to provide for themselves. Entitlements make the giver/taxpayer invisible to the recipient so there is no one to thank.

These policies have lost whole generations of the poor in this country who think they are "entitled" to be cared for by the state. These generations would have been far better off working through their diversity instead of sucking on the government tit and thus never being forced to take any responsibility for their actions. There is great value in struggling to survive as many of our ancestors did. These poor people and their progeny were robbed of that neuron generating process. Those who are wealthy were robbed of their ability to provide for more of their own children through taxation to support these entitlements to the poor. Our nation will never recover. History has not been kind to democracies and the US is now basically a representative democracy.

38 posted on 09/09/2005 8:37:06 PM PDT by Rockitz (Geena YES, Hill NO!)
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To: ntnychik; potlatch
Duhhh -- I wonder if PBS knew, that Mississippi had an emergency response plan, also, ceded authority to FEMA ahead of time and followed it. On the other hand, Louisiana had a plan, that got lost in an egotistical struggle. Under reported was Mississippi's lose of life and personal property. Mississippi didn't whine, they did the best to cope. Yes, the people of New Orleans needlessly suffered. Yes, left wingers like Jesse Jackson, Al Sharpton and an endless amount of democrats played every card in the deck, accept, self blame.

According to law, the U.S. government is not the first responder. That responsibility lies with local and state government. If FEMA is first, then Louisiana or any other state does not need mayors or governors. The feds then owns that state, outright. The term "States Rights" comes into play. The state must request aid and then cede certain authority over to the federal government. Governor Blanco didn't do that. Like it or not, tell the slimy DemOrats that's how the way the law works.

39 posted on 09/09/2005 8:38:22 PM PDT by Smartass (Si vis pacem, para bellum - Por el dedo de Dios se escribió)
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To: nascaryankee

I figure the feds are going to spend around $1000 of my money on that dump. Yes somebody should say thanks. And, sorry, it's not motivating me to give more. My mandatory "gift" is going to be substantial.


40 posted on 09/09/2005 8:45:04 PM PDT by old-ager
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To: Smartass

Good post SA!


41 posted on 09/09/2005 8:49:52 PM PDT by potlatch (Does a clean house indicate that there is a broken computer in it?)
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To: ntnychik

What a stupid remark for her to make!! They are already talking about changing the law so the President CAN intervene in situations like this!


42 posted on 09/09/2005 8:52:37 PM PDT by potlatch (Does a clean house indicate that there is a broken computer in it?)
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To: Republican Red
You will never hear them say thank you.
That does not mean that thousands of people who had a microphone and a camera thrust into their faces in the midst of a devastating tragedy, and who poured out their hearts and voiced a heart rending "thank you" to their fellow citizens will ever be aired on the MSM.
It just means you will never see or hear it, on the MSM.
If you have never been subjected to MSM "reporters" on a "story", you have no conception of exactly how hard they "bend" the facts.
The MSM will interview 100 people, but will only show those who best support the storyline the MSM have decided they want to follow. The MSM is not interested in facts, they are just glorified soap opera writer wannabees.
Truth and facts be damned!
43 posted on 09/09/2005 9:06:21 PM PDT by sarasmom (As President Bush is more powerful than God-we must all redirect our prayers/.sarcasm)
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To: potlatch; ntnychik
Good Evening Potlatch...Yep, lots of loose lip service out there that buffalo people that don't understand FEMA law. My fears are, the worst is yet come. The people working, and living in the New Orleans poop are being subjected to everything in the CDC book. The liabilities will be endless.

44 posted on 09/09/2005 9:06:46 PM PDT by Smartass (Si vis pacem, para bellum - Por el dedo de Dios se escribió)
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To: Smartass
The liabilities will be endless

I hate to even hear about that. That could bankrupt Louisiana and I hate to see the Federal government sued. Don't know what the laws are about that.

45 posted on 09/09/2005 9:14:49 PM PDT by potlatch (Does a clean house indicate that there is a broken computer in it?)
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To: nascaryankee

>>> All together now, let's hear it: "Thank you President Bush, thank you Harry Connick Jr., thank you police and firemen and National Guardsmen and members of the Red Cross and Salvation Army and all you other heroes." <<<

Thank you, Michael. But don't forget to thank Cherkoff, Brown, Honore, and their organizations, the DHS, FEMA and the DOD.


46 posted on 09/09/2005 9:19:13 PM PDT by PhilipFreneau ("Resist the devil, and he will flee from you." -- James 4:7)
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To: potlatch
I'm sure some greedy lawyer is searching case law, right now, even before the water is drained.
47 posted on 09/09/2005 10:11:11 PM PDT by Smartass (Si vis pacem, para bellum - Por el dedo de Dios se escribió)
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To: nascaryankee

Thank You and God Bless You President Bush!
And to Michael Reagan as well...he is definitely his father's son.


48 posted on 09/09/2005 11:51:39 PM PDT by FlashBack (www.teamamericapac.org)
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To: Republican Red

BUMP


49 posted on 09/10/2005 7:01:43 AM PDT by NewCenturions
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To: nascaryankee

Thank you President Bush for getting up in the morning to face a new day of hatred spewed at you by the left. You've got more guts than most of us and more class in your little finger than I have in my whole body! May God continue to bless you, Mr. President!


50 posted on 09/10/2005 8:05:16 AM PDT by Lucky2 (George Bush Hates Midgets, Puppies, Kittens, Sparrows, Babies, Old Ladies, Old Men, etc., etc., etc.)
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