Only the moderators can do that.
"These people need help while our bubble head politicians are more interested in debating cockfighting durinf legislative sessions than they are Americans in total misery HERE in the United States of America..."
You folks have local political problems, starting with your governor. After the hurricane, we sent the Arkansas National Guard into New Orleans with shoot-to-kill orders, and stabilized the situation. But we can't change your politicians.
I don't want to sound insensitive. I posted any articles and photos about Plaquemines Parish I could find after the storm because I'm concerned about the place, and it was hard to get any news from down there.
Plaquemines Parish is what it is - a sea-level marsh on the Gulf Coast. Katrina changed it forever. The next big hurricane will change it again. Let's face it - it will never be the way it was before. That's just the sad reality of the situation, and it's not the fault of the U.S.A.
Plaquemines Parish is the heart of the US oil and Natural Gas infrastructure in the US and the marine gateway to the world for 30 US States.
300 years of development and of even more interest is the last 100 years and a LOT of infrastructure development in our oil, natural gas and chemicals infrastructure which has been developed during that time, which is definitely a matter of National Security...
Like I said just a bit ago, $6 a gallon gas and quadrupled natural gas is in your future... And I do know about the oil and gas industry...