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by duckman / January 24, 2006 7:01 AM PST
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they cant help them selves
by Mark5019 / January 24, 2006 7:03 AM PST
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they screwed the poch and want to pass the buck

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What is strange is that nola.com has this...
by Edward ODaniel / January 24, 2006 7:49 AM PST
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story now and didn't remember to mention that way back when it was happening nola.com reported on the 27th (a full day BEFORE the "Fast Analysis Report" of Homeland Security) that the National Hurricane Center had already made a similar warning and that "computer model runs conducted by a team of Louisiana State University scientists indicate that even if Katrina had winds of only 115 mph, levees protecting Kenner, Metairie and New Orleans on the east bank will be overtopped by a 10- to 12-foot storm surge, topped by waves at least half that high, in some locations along Lake Pontchartrain."

Nola.com also reported on Blanco's 27 August "State of Emergency letter to President Bush" in which she outlines Federal Aid needed Pursuant to 44 CFR

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