Tuesday, October 25, 2005

True Crime-Horowitz,Behl,Stealing the Unborn; Katrina/Kaitlyn-Naginhead atwitter, Comments.

It’s now two full months after Hurricane Katrina exposed the smarmy underbelly of New Orleans and how a city run by corrupt politicians can’t take care of itself.

STILL, Kaitlyn, they lie and try to change history.

This past week, Louisiana Senator Landreau, herself a nepotistic politician, daughter of former politicos and hip deep in the cesspool of New Orleans, denied that there was any corruption in New Orleans.

Here’s hoping, Kaitlyn Mae, that in your day there is still a city called New Orleans. If so, here’s also hoping that the folks running it are decent and dedicated to maintaining the vibrancy of New Orleans as opposed to the cowards and Moonbats responsible for all the hurt and heartbreak caused by Hurricane Katrina.

As of now there’s an inquiry into whether or not certain patients at hospitals were euthanized. If so, well what a tragedy is this.

There were a few hospitals desperate for rescue during the flooding of the city. It is alleged that patients were suffering, some so much that there may have been some God playing going on. More on this when info is available.

As it is, what with ghost cops and cops absconding with Cadillacs, that New Orleans’ prisoners were also left to die in the rising flood waters in this country that prohibits cruel and unusual punishment.

Below, a letter sent by such a prisoner to his family.

Prisoners Left to Die

From an Email to Fishtalk, thanks to SlickRich:

It is dated 9/3/05 and post marked from Angola Prison in Louisiana on Sept 9, 2005. I have omitted some personal comments for obvious reasons. I’ve also made some comments written in […].


How are you doing? hope O.K. I’m just writing to let you know I‘m O.K. from the hurricane Katrina. I’m in Angola right now, I don’t know about Jesse, [Jesse already called his mother and he is ok), but I know there is no more St Bernard Parish to go back to. No more Chalmette.

I was supposed to get out this month [actually last month] on the 27th or a couple of weeks after, but the storm messed that up. All court dates and release dates were moved back. The good news is I have a law suit out of this.

They moved us from St Bernard to Orleans and left us in jail with shit and piss water up to our necks, without nothing to eat for 4 days. And all the guards left for higher ground and left us to die.

Katrina almost got me, that bitch. Ha, ha!!! I don’t have anything to get out to, again. I learned my lesson this time. The bitch almost killed me, and I’m not ready to go yet.

Well, if you could, would you let Dad know I’m ok. Mom, I know you and dad are on fixed income, but if you can send anything to me, I need it really bad. If you talk to dad, let him know. Ok (over)

Well, I’m going to go. I have to talk to a lawyer about our class action suit, They are talking 10 to 20 thousand apiece. Well, I could get back on my feet with that. buy me a trailer, a nice truck and some tools, to get back to work. Maybe the outskirts of Las Vegas. I don’t know. I’m getting my teeth fixed while I’m here too. If you write, and send money, send it to:

Jimmie Key
Louisiana State Penitentiary
Camp-D-Visiting Shed Angola, La, 70712.

The prison Rodeo is next month. Starts on the 2nd. I might get to go.

Well, I’m gonna go for now. Tell Paris I said hi and to write, send pictures. If you write, send pictures of me please. Even if with Darlene. OK

Love you, your son, Jimbo.

Here’s a few links of related stories.

Prisoners in New Orleans city jail were 'abandoned'

New Orleans: Prisoners Abandoned to Floodwaters

New Orleans prisoners left to drown after Katrina


Naginhead In a Twit

New Orleans’ Mayor Ray Nagin continues to be sidelined in this day of our Lord, Kaitlyn, 10/25/05. He did a most deplorable job in protecting his citizens but hey, he’s out and about and demanding money and advocating big schemes for his wreck of a city.

Why should this loser be given tons of taxpayer dollars? What, so he can put more police ghosts on the payroll? So he can leave citizens to suffer and die due to his poor planning? So he can orchestrate another disaster and destroy the city yet again.

It’s not as if Naginhead doesn’t have a track record here.

Nagin was elected, although much of his constituency is long gone from the 9th ward hellhole that kept them locked forever in a welfare morass. Nobody can fire him. He must resign or another be elected in his place.

Naginhead will be forever remembered for the school buses, Kaitlyn. Images of flooded buses seared forever in the national psyche. Below a lament by the lamentable Nagin. And, heh, another picture depicting the school bus debacle.

That Kaitlyn Mae know the truth. That they do not change history.

From The Advocate.com:

A frustrated New Orleans Mayor Ray Nagin warned Thursday that it would be in the state's best interest to help the Crescent City jump-start its Hurricane Katrina-riddled economy, saying the impact on the state -- if nothing is done -- will pale in comparison to the layoffs the city recently announced.
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"You think 3,000 layoffs in New Orleans is a big deal. Just wait,'' Nagin, his sleeves rolled up, said during an evening meeting with The Advocate's editorial board. "I see a state in crisis.''
The mayor pointed out during the Baton Rouge meeting that New Orleans accounts for 35 percent of the state budget.


A Canadian Comment

Interesting, Kaitlyn. Because Canada is also a hapless socialistic state where citizens have totally lost their individuality and industriousness.

The commenter alleges that in Canada, they’d have been waiting for the AMERICANS to rescue them.

No mind the late arrival of FEMA, etc.

It’s probably true, Kaitlyn. Canada is in worse shape than Louisiana.


"If something happened up here (in Canada) on the scale of Hurricane Katrina, we wouldn't even have the recourses to arrive late. We would be waiting for the Americans to come save us, the same way the government in Louisiana just waved and pointed at Washington, DC. The theory being that, when you're in real trouble, that's where the adults live."

- Columnist David Warren in the Ottawa Citizen


Katrina Political Cartoon of the Week
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We end this week’s entry with a notation that Hurricane Wilma, this late in October, 10/25/05, is beating the hell out of Cancun and the lower Mexican peninsula. It’s been a bitch of a hurricane season, Kaitlyn, in this year of our Lord, 2005. Just remember this when you are say, 40 or so, and the Moonbats come out with silly global warming scenarios that are blamed should another horrific hurricane season come upon in your adult life.

Hurricanes happen, Kaitlyn. We have no control over them. And for sure, read my lips, humans do NOT cause them.

First Katrina/Kaitlyn post-the Beginning-9/6/05

9/7/05-H urricane Folklore/Wisdom and Nastiness

9/12/05-Hillary's "Katrina Kommission" and the Debacle of the Debit cards

9/14/05-FEMA Email; Dumb, blond Louisiana Senators

9/15/05-Ophelia and Grandmother

9/16/05-Katrina and the Helpless Pets

Stop Blaming FEMA-a pictorial explanation

What Will Become of New Orleans?

Katrina Gossip

Katrina Folklore

Nagin,the refinery bill,Character

Cops and Cadillacs

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