Wednesday, August 31, 2005

new orleans' agony

I can't add anything to what we see in the news about New Orleans, Biloxi, and other communities along the Gulf Coast. It's terrible to see, and difficult to imagine: thousands of people losing their lives in hurricanes and floods is something we imagine happens in third world countries, not the United States.

As Keith Olbermann points out, this is the first-ever attempt at a mandatory evacuation of an American city. Can New Orleans survive?

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