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  • (Vanity) Katrina & Rita - 1 year later

    08/14/2006 8:59:25 AM PDT · 61 of 65
    Liberty911 to PureSolace

    LOL
    Thanks PureSolace, I needed that.... Errr...
    Wait, I hope Mom isn't watching :O

  • (Vanity) Katrina & Rita - 1 year later

    08/14/2006 8:30:55 AM PDT · 58 of 65
    Liberty911 to chemicalman
    The Gulf Coast, Grand Isle and Plaquemines can in NO way be compared to New Orleans in my opinion having first-hand knowledge of all. NOLA is just the epitome of political sewage if there ever has been one... Plaquemines is bad, but NOLA can't even be described compared to Plaq, St. B and the Gulf Coast.

    I know you chemicalman have been around long enough that you may be aware of my efforts to fight corruption here, and if you only knew full well the threats and duress I have endured in my lone efforts in doing so also.
  • (Vanity) Katrina & Rita - 1 year later

    08/14/2006 8:26:34 AM PDT · 57 of 65
    Liberty911 to Mad Dawg

    Thanks, I really needed that

  • (Vanity) Katrina & Rita - 1 year later

    08/13/2006 4:16:07 PM PDT · 54 of 65
    Liberty911 to Inge_CAV
    I come here requesting help for a forgotten and devastated peoples at ground zero of one of the most horrific natural disasters in our nation's history from the Freep of old that I knew and had great respect and admiration for, and helped all I could when I was able, and what do I get?

    I am in no way affected like these people are and am NOT requesting ANYTHING for myself, I am trying to help others.

    I sure hope Mr Robinson and crew are proud how their realm has evolved...
  • (Vanity) Katrina & Rita - 1 year later

    08/13/2006 2:42:56 PM PDT · 52 of 65
    Liberty911 to Recovering Hermit
    As I said, Freep has changed considerably since I was pro-active here in years past, but I wouldn't say for the better.
  • INFORMATION LOCK DOWN: REPORTERS UNABLE GET COMMENTS FROM TOP BRASS(MEEMAW Blank-O alert)

    08/13/2006 2:16:37 PM PDT · 9 of 9
    Liberty911 to Neville72
    Quote: "It's their fault the state is going deeper and deeper into the toilet." While it is THEIR fault, it is the fault of the citizens FOR NOT CDOING THEIR CIVIL FUTY TO CONTROL THEIR GOVERNMENT

    Even the Great, double-sized, nuclear-water-bombing flush of '05, Katrina & Rita, couldn't even rid this state of it's sewage politics and politicians.

    We are in trouble folks, and without the help of the rest of the Nation and the USDOJ, as I have predicted previously, Louisiana is well on it's way to becoming similar in nature to a 3rd world, narco-terroristic region...
  • (Vanity) Katrina & Rita - 1 year later

    08/13/2006 1:02:24 PM PDT · 50 of 65
    Liberty911 to Recovering Hermit
    Qute: "Move somewhere else."

    "Like a fool standing in a violent windstorm, I still yet try to keep the candle of Liberty burning..."

    I guess Freep has changed considerably since I was pro-active here in years past, but I wouldn't say for the better.
  • (Vanity) Katrina & Rita - 1 year later

    08/13/2006 4:51:07 AM PDT · 44 of 65
    Liberty911 to devnull

    Well, thanks all...

  • (Vanity) Katrina & Rita - 1 year later

    08/13/2006 4:35:29 AM PDT · 40 of 65
    Liberty911 to poobear
    "I suggest you and the local authorities spend the federal money wisely. If LA fails to do so, this FReeper won't be the only one with harsh words for the good people of LA." That's one of the primary issues I would guess we need help with, that the Federal Government (whom should be vigilantly overseeing the spending and handling of Federal monies) and the locals are pilfering the monies and resources that are being sent, BUT ONE point in case:

    St. Tammany Councilman Joe Impastato indicted AGAIN (AFTER THE FACT)
  • (Vanity) Katrina & Rita - 1 year later

    08/13/2006 4:17:23 AM PDT · 37 of 65
    Liberty911 to poobear

    poobear, I go back 6 years here on Freep, and MUCH longer elsewhere, and I have responded MANY times to people in distress and crises all over this country.

    Your claim to "deal with it ourselves" could have VERY easily given me a very selfish impression of Floridians, but then I am above that mentality and know better...

    MANY times in the past, knowing the effects of hurricanes, the people of Plaquemines Parish have sent funds, supplies and people to hurricane stricken areas MANY times in the past, because we knew first hand...

  • (Vanity) Katrina & Rita - 1 year later

    08/13/2006 4:07:19 AM PDT · 33 of 65
    Liberty911 to StAnDeliver

    I agree with you TOTALLY on the locals, and if you only knew what has been done to me in fighting these dirty people and what they do AND DID TO MY CHILDREN IN RETAILIATION FOR EXPOSING THEM.

    BUT, since the citizens of this state cannot seem to come together and effectively overcome the political mafia down here (and the people are even more fractured and disorganized now), I honestly think and believe, after MUCH AND LONG study and analysis, that the Federal Government needs to do more in taking control of the situation, or giving more control to lower level people and local officials, but at the same time watching them like an extremely hungry bear or American bald eagle and when they catch them stealing or dealing, whack them as hard as they can with a Federal gavel...

  • (Vanity) Katrina & Rita - 1 year later

    08/13/2006 3:55:22 AM PDT · 30 of 65
    Liberty911 to Larry Lucido

    By protecting the infrastructure.

  • (Vanity) Katrina & Rita - 1 year later

    08/13/2006 3:54:38 AM PDT · 28 of 65
    Liberty911 to poobear
    I have personallly loaded probably 50-75 million of gallons of propane and butane in the disaster zone which was delivered to, FLORIDA! AND also, I worked for 3 years at the *Tampa Electric* (TECO) Coal transfer terminal in Davant, LA in Plaquemines Parish that ships nearly all of the coal your power plants burn in Florida.

    Is that getting a little closer to home for you now?

    Your propane, butane and electricty are going up too my friend...
  • (Vanity) Katrina & Rita - 1 year later

    08/13/2006 3:44:31 AM PDT · 25 of 65
    Liberty911 to Mad Dawg
    Sir, *PLEASE* do not misinterpret me, I am not saying the people themselves have not done enough or owe us ANYTHING.

    What I am saying, is YOUR bureaucrats are making a mockery out of the monies and physical efforts and volunteer efforts that people unselfishly made under some VERY extremely harsh and rancid conditions, I am merely pleading for help (how and exactly what I am unsure), but I just know the bureaucrats are miserably fumbling the reconstruction and recovery efforts, and a lot of politically connected people are getting rich while people such as a recent episode wherein a blind woman whose home IS GONE cannot even get a FEMA trailer after repeated requests for almost a year now while others whom obviously do not need them are repeatedly offered these trailers and other aid.
  • (Vanity) Katrina & Rita - 1 year later

    08/13/2006 3:38:21 AM PDT · 24 of 65
    Liberty911 to carmenbmw
    There is so much, I as an individual don't know where to begin.

    The primary thing is total waste and mismanagement by FEMA and lack of taking the controls of our locals.

    For example, there are literally thousands if not tens of thousands who need FEMA trailers right now, STILL YET, and there has been approximately 10,000 FEMA trailers sitting in storage at some leased site (I think at an airport) in Arkansas since a month or 2 after the water-bombing, and these trailers are now rotting and infested with termites and insects from reports in the media. Also, They need to give more control to the locals over the logistics and what actually gets done (but at the same time watch them like a hawk because many are EXTREMELY greedy and outright dirty thieves).

    I'm just trying to do what I can, it is very difficult to cope with but I am just trying to help people whom I know and have worked with for many years. I am a 20 year transplant here, but I have spent most of my adult life here and knew this day would come and warned many people whom pretty much blew me off, but now they know I knew what I Was talking about...

    Again, I SINCERELY appreciate all that the people of this country have done for us, but our bureaucrats are making a mockery of all the volunteer efforts that have been put into recovery and reconstruction through total incompetence and back room dealings that in the end get little, if much at all accomplished for those whom are most in need of something as simple as having a trailer that has already been purchased by FEMA and just sits dormant many, many miles away from where it is most needed, all the while it is costing a LOT of $$$ to just keep it sitting there rotting and unoccupied...
  • (Vanity) Katrina & Rita - 1 year later

    08/13/2006 3:20:27 AM PDT · 20 of 65
    Liberty911 to Twinkie

    While I do sincerely appreciate the contributions that have been made to date, abandoning the region given it's infrastructure relevance is NOT the answer.

    For example, relative to your claim and others that MANY have moved and abandoned the place, the last refinery built in the US from the ground up in the 70's, the Gulf facility at Alliance in Plaquemines Parish which is now owned by ConocoPhilips, just gave their workers an approximate 30% across the board pay increase to keep them here.

    I'm going to print this thread as it stands right now, so I can come back in 18-24 months when gas is $6 per gallon and natural gas has quadrupled, and I will then repost the scans and replies I received to my appeal for assistance and action as the public helplessly and futily screams and complains, and wonders why, gas is $6 per gallon...

  • (Vanity) Katrina & Rita - 1 year later

    08/13/2006 3:03:53 AM PDT · 17 of 65
    Liberty911 to HAL9000

    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...

  • (Vanity) Katrina & Rita - 1 year later

    08/13/2006 2:58:05 AM PDT · 14 of 65
    Liberty911 to Nathan Zachary

    I'm more focused on the beauracrats than mopping up oil, and if you knew my background and current disposition, and had and compassion and understanding whatsoever, I seriously doubt you would have even asked me that question.

    *Please*, read the threads, and let's see if Freep can help these people that FEMA and the beauracrats ARE FAILING...

  • (Vanity) Katrina & Rita - 1 year later

    08/13/2006 2:46:01 AM PDT · 10 of 65
    Liberty911 to Nathan Zachary
    Oh, and one more thing or relevance Mr. Zachary,

    When you're paying $6 for a gallon of gas and the cost of natural gas quadruples, maybe then you will understand what the problem is down here, because it will be your problem wherever you are...
  • (Vanity) Katrina & Rita - 1 year later

    08/13/2006 2:41:46 AM PDT · 8 of 65
    Liberty911 to Nathan Zachary

    Yeah, that's exactly the problems there Mr. Zachary.
    And I could tell by the obvious fact that you read the threads I posted...

  • (Vanity) Katrina & Rita - 1 year later

    08/13/2006 2:26:51 AM PDT · 5 of 65
    Liberty911 to HAL9000

    Delete it then if you think it demmed warranted and "spammed"

    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...

  • (Vanity) Katrina & Rita - 1 year later

  • (Vanity) Katrina & Rita - 1 year later

    08/13/2006 2:13:30 AM PDT · 1 of 65
    Liberty911
    I am a resident of Plaquemines Parish, can someone whom has been regularly participating here please post this here on Freep in an area where it will get maximum exposure.

    I have been away from Freep for some time (I originally joined Sep 15, 2000) and have been deeply involved in other matters related to this clustermess we have down here, I personally assembled a facsimile database of all 535 members of the United States Congress and put into a comma-delimited text format for easy import into a FAX application among MANY other tasks I have quietly undertaken to try to help those more affected than myself.

    I'm in Plaquemines Parish and have personally launched my boat MANY times to fish the backwaters of Grand Bayou.

    I also recently travelled down the road to the end of Plaquemines Parish for the first time since K-Day and our little water-bombing party and took a LOT of photographs. I just couldn't bring myself to do it before now and I wasn't really whatsoever surprised at what I observed nearly after K-Day. Completely pathetic IN THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA.

    Here are several threads on my forum that summarize the situation in Plaquemines, and I am also confident it pretty much is the same situation over in St. Bernard Parish.

    Do we need to ask the United Nations for help?

    Articles and threads:

    Miseries of Hurricane Katrina continuing http://www.louisianaway.com/forums/index.php?topic=600.0

    LOUISIANA STILL PAYING FOR PEREZ GREED TO THIS DAY http://www.louisianaway.com/forums/index.php?topic=491.0

    TWINS KAT & RITA LET GO 10,500,000 gallons of oil, Exxon Valdez was 11 MILLION http://www.louisianaway.com/forums/index.php?topic=588.0

    PORT SULPHUR GOT 40 FT OF WATER ACCORDING TO MODELS http://www.louisianaway.com/forums/index.php?topic=429.0

    Wind gauges broke at about 185 mph during Katrina at Empire http://www.louisianaway.com/forums/index.php?topic=549.0

    Debris, despair plague bayou Six months after Katrina, many still left stranded http://www.louisianaway.com/forums/index.php?topic=502.0

  • DIRTY LOUISIANA AND IT'S LAZY CITIZENS

    12/08/2005 2:45:18 PM PST · 73 of 74
    Liberty911 to Liberty911
    bttt
    Freep the poll
    *PLEASE*
  • DIRTY LOUISIANA AND IT'S LAZY CITIZENS

    12/08/2005 10:04:49 AM PST · 72 of 74
    Liberty911 to Liberty911

    ! P I N G !

    Please Freep the post if you will :)

  • DIRTY LOUISIANA AND IT'S LAZY CITIZENS

    12/08/2005 12:40:28 AM PST · 71 of 74
    Liberty911 to Liberty911
    Member since September 2000 requests that members *PLEASE* Freep this poll if you will:


    HERE


    Thanks in advance !
  • DIRTY LOUISIANA AND IT'S LAZY CITIZENS

    12/07/2005 10:29:56 AM PST · 70 of 74
    Liberty911 to StockAyatollah
    Quote by StockAyatollah: "See Post 2: "Removed by Moderator".

    Any idea on what was "Removed by Moderator"
  • DIRTY LOUISIANA AND IT'S LAZY CITIZENS

    12/06/2005 5:52:39 PM PST · 69 of 74
    Liberty911 to StockAyatollah
    Quote by StockAyatollah: "See Post 2: "Removed by Moderator"

    Thanks



    But what's this?
    http://www.freerepublic.com/focus/f-news/1534081/posts

    My post was removed? Or comment #2?



    If they deleted my post, it just makes me feel all rosy inside after having been a *customer* of these forums for OVER 5 years.

  • DIRTY LOUISIANA AND IT'S LAZY CITIZENS

    12/06/2005 3:30:08 PM PST · 67 of 74
    Liberty911 to Mind-numbed Robot

    ! P I N G !

  • DIRTY LOUISIANA AND IT'S LAZY CITIZENS

    12/06/2005 3:01:27 PM PST · 66 of 74
    Liberty911 to visualops
    Quote by visualops:
    "I work with a Mexican (legal) who told me lots of Mexicans from here (upstate SC) and elsewhere have gone down there to work. As he put it "mucho dinero".

    Yeah, there are a lot of transient workers here, and it has been in the news media how a lot of them are being cheated out of their paychecks when payday comes around.
  • DIRTY LOUISIANA AND IT'S LAZY CITIZENS

    12/06/2005 11:47:28 AM PST · 65 of 74
    Liberty911 to add925
    Quote by add925: "Come on now, free WiFi! That's a positive move!"

    Yeah, that's nice, but unfortunately we need a lot of things which have a huge priority over WiFi like restoring utilities, temporary housing, food, clothing, etc.

    Typical Louisiana...
  • DIRTY LOUISIANA AND IT'S LAZY CITIZENS

    12/05/2005 5:11:27 PM PST · 63 of 74
    Liberty911 to StockAyatollah
    Quote by StockAyatollah" The Orwellian "moderators" strike again. So much for the free in FR.

    What exactly did they do?

    I must've missed it...

    Of course then again, I tend to miss a lot most of the time :)
  • DIRTY LOUISIANA AND IT'S LAZY CITIZENS

    12/05/2005 4:14:57 PM PST · 60 of 74
    Liberty911 to Wurlitzer
    Quote by Liberty911: "Thanks, I wish you could take a drive through the neighborhoods where many innocent and giving people had lived. I wonder if you saw and smelled it firsthand if you would still feel that way?"

    Quote by Wurlitzer: "Thanks for the offer Liberty911 but no thanks, I'll pass."




    What's the matter? Do you think it might affect your opinion of the situation regarding providing relief for the reconstruction efforts? I have *little* doubt it would given the state of one of our countries largest and strategically important assets and resources.
  • DIRTY LOUISIANA AND IT'S LAZY CITIZENS

    12/05/2005 11:52:57 AM PST · 59 of 74
    Liberty911 to Marxbites
    Quote by Marxbites: "Nagin, Landrieu, and Gov what's her name should ALL be impeached." I call her Governor "El Blanco"
  • DIRTY LOUISIANA AND IT'S LAZY CITIZENS

    12/05/2005 10:43:09 AM PST · 58 of 74
    Liberty911 to Liberty911
    Quote by Liberty911: "Too bad the nation (like Freepers) couldn't band together and help us, and make Louisiana an example of PEOPLE cleaning up a dirty and corrupted cesspool like Louisiana."

    We could call it "Project Liberate Louisiana"

    If the people of the nation could help in a project to clean up Louisiana, it would no doubt show our reservation and resolve regarding cleaning up our country and keeping the United States of America from splintering as history undoubtedly tells us is inevitable.
  • DIRTY LOUISIANA AND IT'S LAZY CITIZENS

    12/05/2005 10:07:47 AM PST · 57 of 74
    Liberty911 to Marxbites
    Quote by Marxbites: "Nagin, Landrieu, and Gov what's her name should ALL be impeached.

    Yeah right, these dirty, stick-together-and-cover-it-up-at-all-costs parasitic politicians and related species we have here in Louisiana would never do such a thing to their partners in crime.

    We have a real-life political mafia here. operating under color of law and authority of some really intellectually challenged constituents.

    Too bad the nation (like Freepers) couldn't band together and help us, and make Louisiana an example of PEOPLE cleaning up a dirty and corrupted cesspool like Louisiana. We could sure use some outside help down here and it could be a model and warnign to others who breach the public trust.


    "Injustice perpetrated or tolerated by personnel in government, or in the institutions charged with administering justice or protecting it, is the death of a little piece of America." -- Liberty911 - 2003
  • DIRTY LOUISIANA AND IT'S LAZY CITIZENS

    12/05/2005 9:46:16 AM PST · 53 of 74
    Liberty911 to Wurlitzer

    Quote by Wurlitzer: "Not one penny will ever be willfully given, by me, to the people of N.O.. They can KMA."

    Thanks, I wish you could take a drive through the neighborhoods where many innocent and giving people had lived.
    I wonder if you saw and smelled it firsthand if you would still feel that way?

    Did you know that about half the natural gas and industrial petrochemicals consumed in the US is either made or passes through Louisiana?

  • DIRTY LOUISIANA AND IT'S LAZY CITIZENS

    12/05/2005 9:30:43 AM PST · 51 of 74
    Liberty911 to Mind-numbed Robot

    Quote by Mind-numbed Robot: "Americans, including you, gladly give to those truly in need who recognize and are appreciative of the charity of others."

    And I am truly grateful for the aid which has came, mostly from individuals, churches and non-profits.

    But the IRAQ and AFGANISTAN sized federal and international aid is nowhere to be seen.

    Did you know NATO sent people into Louisiana during the Katrina response?

    I think given the failure of the FEDERALLY built levees which caused most of the damage in Louisiana, that the Fed needs to step up to the plate better than they have

  • DIRTY LOUISIANA AND IT'S LAZY CITIZENS

    12/05/2005 8:59:41 AM PST · 49 of 74
    Liberty911 to Uncle Sham

    The people of Louisiana need to help themselves before any real and long term help will even be considered.

    The politicians and public officils with their hands in the kitty need to have their hands... Well, you get the idea...

  • DIRTY LOUISIANA AND IT'S LAZY CITIZENS

    12/05/2005 8:55:51 AM PST · 48 of 74
    Liberty911 to Liberty911


    ! P I N G !

  • DIRTY LOUISIANA AND IT'S LAZY CITIZENS

    12/04/2005 9:34:01 PM PST · 23 of 74
    Liberty911 to PatriotBill

    I'm after the BULLSEYE

  • DIRTY LOUISIANA AND IT'S LAZY CITIZENS

    12/04/2005 9:27:28 PM PST · 20 of 74
    Liberty911 to ncountylee

    I take it you look closely at my profile, I am not even minutely close to being a newbie on Freep.

  • DIRTY LOUISIANA AND IT'S LAZY CITIZENS

    12/04/2005 8:31:48 PM PST · 1 of 74
    Liberty911
  • NH JUDGE ADMITTING SEXUAL ASSAULTS UP FOR DISCIPLINE

    01/07/2005 6:47:53 PM PST · 1 of 16
    Liberty911
    The supporters, some of them women, included a state senator, police officers and prosecutors who praised Jones' performance as a judge and said one incident shouldn't end his career. Victims and advocates called the show of support a travesty, particularly because participants included public officials responsible for arresting, prosecuting and sentencing sex offenders. Sergio and two other victims testified Wednesday. END OF ARTICLE

    Should District Court Judge Franklin Jones be forever forbidden from serving as Judge again by the Judicial Conduct Committee or should his history of sexual assaults be passively tolerated on behalf of the people of the state of New Hampshire by the Judicial Conduct Committee?

    Should the Judicial Conduct Committee be passively tolerant on behalf of the people of his history of sexual assaultS?

    Call them, impeach them, remove them from office if they passively tolerate sexual assaultS on behalf of YOUR government

    Anthony McManus, Esquire, Executive Secretary Committee on Judicial Conduct 100 Main Street, Suite 303 Dover, NH 03820 603-749-3635

    For information on obtaining printed copies of Supreme Court Rule 38: Code of Judicial Conduct, contact the Supreme Court clerk’s office at 603-271-2646.

    You may contact us at: aoc@courts.state.nh.us. Donald D. Goodnow, Esq. Director Administrative Office of the Courts 2 Noble Drive Concord, NH 03301 (603) 271-2521

  • Are Coke and Harry Potter an Unhealthy Alliance?

    11/08/2001 8:42:41 AM PST · 11 of 21
    Liberty911 to kinsman redeemer
    Check out this site:
    www.boycottCOKE.com