In Katrina’s Wake, Some Things to Remember

Presstitutes, a new blog on the block, has a post up summarizing the right’s new framing for the Katrina aftermath. It goes something like this: “It was all made up.” This is because of some recent articles stating that the reports of the conditions in the Superdome were somewhat exaggerated.

This is apparently part of the one-two punch combo to reframe the post-hurricane response failure. Its compliment is most likely FEMA’s former head fuck-up Mike Brown’s testimony, laying the entire failure at the door of the two major Democratic officials in the affected region.

Here’s what to remember about Katrina.

And anyway, we all know what we saw.

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