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Bloggers Call For Immediate Resignation Of FEMA Director Michael Brown

"It's unacceptable not to drop food and water to the superdome or the convention center for the past five days," says blogger

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- New Orleans Mayor Ray Nagin tells what he thinks about his fellow politicians and people in Washington in this morning's radio interview.

"FEMA Director Michael Brown must be removed from his job immediately and should be assigned to truck duty to drive and unload food and supplies to the New Orleans Convention Center thoughout the night and for the next 48 hours. This guy is an incomptenet political idiot who has no qualification to run this organization. It is completely unacceptable not to be able to drop one single piece of food package to the superdome or the convention center in the past five days! The only agency who was able to perform so far was the coast guard. And people are sick and tired of hearing President Bush was forced to cut his five week vacation two days early! This is unbeliavable!," writes Yeshim Deniz in her blog this evening.

Deniz questioned and criticized our national priorities in her earlier blog entry after this week's hurricane disaster. She wrote, "We have higher priorities at home. I'm a registered Republican. I have attended your private fund raising dinner in Washington D.C. I have your and Laura Bush's autographed photos on my wall, Dick Cheney's framed dinner invitation letter (which I attended) on my office wall. I'm proudly carrying my Republican National Committee Membership card in my wallet. My entire extended family voted for you. Twice.

As I watch the historical devastation from the recent storm and watch the helpless victims in the hurricane effected areas, I realize that the help will be arriving very slowly to reach these people, partially because we screwed up our national priorities few years ago by getting involved with this Iraq mess!

What a hell are we doing in Iraq? Why are our sons, daughters, fathers and mothers getting killed every day in an Arab desert for no reason? Think about the amount of money we spent and we will continue to spend in Iraq to accomplish what? Why is it our business to teach democracy to a nation who has never heard what democracy is since Adam and Eve? Why is it our business to pick and choose a country and give democracy lesson to another nation by occupying them? What happened to our real priorities in finding the chief terrorist towel head in Afghanistan? What are we doing?

We are the most powerful country in the world and we intend to stay that way. Look at the images in the news channels tonight. It's a sin not to be able to give our best shot in helping our own people at a time like this. How will we convince the rest of the world to follow the leader? We hear and watch reports on television, we can't help our own people because most of the reserves are actually in Iraq.. Giving Iraqis democracy lessons.. What are our priorities?.. New Orleans, Mississippi, Alabama.. or democracy dream in Bagdat and the Iraqi constitution? Who the hell cares about the constitution of Iraq? We care about what is going on in New Orleans and Mobile, Alabama tonight. Let's get our priorities straight. Please?"

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Tina 09/03/05 03:10:33 PM EDT

How do we as citizens of America go about protesting and calling for the resignation of Michael Brown? How can we say it loud enough that we are sick and tired of the bureauacracy surrounding our government. It is time that Americans take America back and join together to protest.

Mary 09/03/05 12:20:03 PM EDT

i heard this idiot(michael brown) tell paula zahn on thursday night that they had just become aware of the situation at the super dome today. all i could think was doesn't this guy watch fox news channel because they were reporting on it monday and tuesday.

Peg 09/03/05 12:18:27 PM EDT

I wish people would stop blaming Bush for this. Why is it HIS fault?????????????? What, is he clairvoyant?? Could he control the weather, for christsake??? Its not like he KNEW that this was going to be the worst natural catastrophic event ever inflicted on American soil. I mean, sure, I knew it, but I was watching the news. I felt for the proverbial sheeps going to slaughter. BUT, Bush was probably not watching the news, so how was HE to know?? I am sure all of those reports regarding the inevitablilty of this castastrophe (completed every year) never saw the top of his desk. My pet goat and that guitar surely took up most of the space on his desk.
Why would he even attempt to remove these people from the area before the hurricane?? As the good conservatives have been explaining, that is not his job, it was up to the Mayor and the Governor...they dropped the ball. Get off the presidents back, already. Hey, he is sending help NOW. Isn't that what is important???????????

Some say Bush has long had an agenda to privatize FEMA , allowing the financial benefit of such an idiotic move to flow into the pockets of those firms that paid for his suite at the white house. But, he thoughtfully placed Joe Allbaugh, who was qualified by being a Bush campaign manager. Is that wrong?? Sure, he had no disaster relief experience--but haven't you heard of the Peter principle? Well, Allbough tip-toed out two years later in order to to peddle influence to contractors who wanted onto the Iraqi gravy train (picture a gleeful Cheney at the helm, one hand's death grip on the lucrative halliburton contract the other on the controls) . Ah, patriotism. But, hey................next in line is an even better choice: Enter Michael Brown, the dough faced conservative riding in on his arabian horse. Oh wait, my mistake. He did not ride in on an arabian horse, he was counsel to the Arabian Horse Association. That was the extent of his disaster experience. Horsehit. The current administration is, essentially, an entitlement program supported by a bloated underbelly filled with dough faced sociopathic conservatives. Don't expect Michael Brown to ride in on his Arabian horse with FEMA resources..he is too busy trying to find the FOX newschannel on his plasma tv in order to provide an excuse for his inertia (and, believe me, Fox will make that provision).

But of course, the current president is just a bystander in this and should not be held accountable. He has little control over what goes on in Washington. He is, afterall, just a figurehead with a great ability to smirk and shed tears (although, the latter seems to consume more of his energy of late). Thank God he was hugging black people,( why were their clothes so clean???) that shows that he really cares. Now, there is iconic leadership. What a great president. Ok, maybe he was seen having a great time, laughing and playing the guitar (well, just pretending) after the hurricane. Hey, even the president needs down time.

Listen, Bush did not know that New Orleans was going through a crisis after the hurricane (according to the FEMA director (previous counel to all horse's asses) neither he nor the federal govt were aware until Thursday morning. When he DID find out, he was upset. I mean, who wouldn't be?? He left his vacation home a day after the hurricane to take care of business. And, we all agree, its ALWAYS best to be REACTIVE over PROACTIVE when faced with an obvious catastrophe.

Bush signed a measure last year that destroyed more wetlands than any single measure in history. This will permit the construction interests who helped purchase his staff's election, to profit. Now this bill alone probably had nothing to do with the New Orleans disaster. But like so many greedy, shortsighted things this administration has done, it will dump the load on future generations so that the most wealthy 1% of the nation can continue to increase their share of wealth at the expense of everyone else. Lets just hope that they never experience what those in New Orleans are experiencing. Or, does that matter? Would they have anything to worry about, could they rely on the president in THEIR time of need? What do you think?

As the current occupant of the White House told a fundraiser at Madison Square Garden, "You're my kind of folks: the have's, and the have-mores." Of course none of this FEMA stuff has anything to do with the current predicament, or could contribute to future predicaments, because this person makes no mistakes. Lets blame the Mayor and the Governor. At least they knew what to expect before the hurricane. The president did not.

So, can we please stop blaming Bush?????????? He never makes mistakes, remember ? Clinton did. He said his biggest policy mistake he made was ignoring Rwanda. Bush is ignoring Darfur (maybe he has not been watching the news) besides, who really knows what is going on over there? Look, we can't take care of everyone, can we?? We are in the midst of helping those in Iraq...how much more can we do?

HAIL TO THE CHIEF

Barbara Stopinski 09/03/05 11:24:25 AM EDT

It makes me sick that this idiot Brown hasn't done anything to help those poor people in New Orleans and the hurricane hit cities in Mississippi.

If he would only pull his head out of his ass, he might just accomplish something. The guy is an obvious incompetent moron. But then Bush selected him so it makes a lot of sense. The White House administration is full of losers and incompetent fools!

Charles 09/03/05 11:07:19 AM EDT

Michael Brown and an incompetent FEMA are what we have gotten through the politicization of the civil service. From the EPA, Dept of Interor FEMA, the FDA, and even the Armed Forces, political hacks are taking over from the professionals.
The current administration has made the continuation of Republican power their overriding goal. To do that they populate the civil service with ideologues who know nothing about the organizations they are supposed to run.

The Bush administration has admitted that they are not reality based, and that they "create their own reality". Well, the thousands of deaths and unimaginable suffering in the Gulf Coast are what we get from people who think spin is reality, and that politically connected morons are qualified to run complex organizations simply because they are political loyalists. A sorry example being one of George Bush's campaign managers - Michael Brown.

Unfortunatley for the Bush administration, but even more unfortunatley for the victims suffering and dying from this incompetency, Hurricane Katrina didn't give a damn about spin.

A White House spokesmen today said that the White House had done a great job in supporting the building of levys in NOLA by appropriating $40 million for levy building last year. Of course what they left out was that the Corp of Engineers requested $110 million and the White House cut it to $40M. In the meantime a favored loyal Republican Senator got a $231 million special appropriation for a useless bridge to nowhere in Alaska.

This entire incompetent and corrupt administration should be run out of Washington on a rail.

Tara 09/03/05 11:06:49 AM EDT

I am appalled by the way Micheal Brown has chosen to publicly refer to the victims in New Orleans as "those who chose not to evacuate"! As if being sick, elderly, or impoverished is not reason enough! He has even gone so far as to say that they are responsible for their fate (cnn posting today 9/2). I would love to have been a fly on the wall at the cabinet meeting where the administration decided to vilify the victims in order to draw attention away from it's indignant and pathetically late response to this disater!!!

Chloe 09/03/05 11:06:02 AM EDT

What a disgusting man - this FEMA - Brown whomever . . . I totally agree. I can't believe we allowed this ignoramus to be responsible for the lives of thousands of people. Who is this toupeed incompetent character? Where are his "real" credentials.

Fired? Actually lets talk about sending this arse to prison . . .and maybe as a little community service - he could join the demort groups in tallying up all the people he helped to murder.

Charles 09/03/05 10:48:24 AM EDT

Michael Brown and an incompetent FEMA are what we have gotten through the politicization of the civil service. From the EPA, Dept of Interor FEMA, the FDA, and even the Armed Forces, political hacks are taking over from the professionals.
The current administration has made the continuation of Republican power their overriding goal. To do that they populate the civil service with ideologues who know nothing about the organizations they are supposed to run.

The Bush administration has admitted that they are not reality based, and that they "create their own reality". Well, the thousands of deaths and unimaginable suffering in the Gulf Coast are what we get from people who think spin is reality, and that politically connected morons are qualified to run complex organizations simply because they are political loyalists. A sorry example being one of George Bush's campaign managers - Michael Brown.

Unfortunatley for the Bush administration, but even more unfortunatley for the victims suffering and dying from this incompetency, Hurricane Katrina didn't give a damn about spin.

A White House spokesmen today said that the White House had done a great job in supporting the building of levys in NOLA by appropriating $40 million for levy building last year. Of course what they left out was that the Corp of Engineers requested $110 million and the White House cut it to $40M. In the meantime a favored loyal Republican Senator got a $231 million special appropriation for a useless bridge to nowhere in Alaska.

This entire incompetent and corrupt administration should be run out of Washington on a rail.

Geraldo and Fox and CNN is ... 09/03/05 02:16:13 AM EDT

... playing FEMA today in New Orleans while this piece of shit asshole Michael Brown is sitting his ass in the next town. This guy should be tried for crimes against humanity and hung or put to death by a fire squad to show the world how democracy works.

Tara 09/03/05 01:08:40 AM EDT

I am appalled by the way Micheal Brown has chosen to publicly refer to the victims in New Orleans as "those who chose not to evacuate"! As if being sick, elderly, or impoverished is not reason enough! He has even gone so far as to say that they are responsible for their fate (cnn posting today 9/2). I would love to have been a fly on the wall at the cabinet meeting where the administration decided to vilify the victims in order to draw attention away from it's indignant and pathetically late response to this disater!!!

Julia 09/03/05 01:07:55 AM EDT

What's more this is not the first mistake made under his leadership.

http://www.sun-sentinel.com/news/sfl-fema19may19,0,683890.story?coll=sfl...

After hurricane Francis damaged parts of Flordia millions of dollars of federal money were given out in Miami-Dade county. However there was minimal damage in Maimi-Dade, the hurricane hit 100 miles away.

Chloe 09/03/05 01:07:01 AM EDT

What a disgusting man - this FEMA - Brown whomever . . . I totally agree. I can't believe we allowed this ignoramus to be responsible for the lives of thousands of people. Who is this toupeed incompetent character? Where are his "real" credentials.

Fired? Actually lets talk about sending this arse to prison . . .and maybe as a little community service - he could join the demort groups in tallying up all the people he helped to murder.

John 09/02/05 05:23:29 PM EDT

FEMA Dir. Mike Brown fired from prior job at Horse Assoc. by Goldy at HorsesAss Fri Sep 2nd, 2005 at 00:46:22 PDT Revised title "An unmitigated, total fucking disaster." That's not a quote from Mike Brown, but rather, a quote describing him. And most disturbingly, it's not even a reference to his dismal performance as director of the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA). This blunt critique was emailed to me from a regular reader who was apparently attracted to HorsesAss.org by her passion for politics and her love of Arabian horses.

I think I've told you that I'm into Arab horses. Well, for 3 years Michael Brown was hired and then fired by our IAHA, the International Arabian Horse Assoc. He was an unmitigated, total fucking disaster. I was shocked as hell when captain clueless put him in charge of FEMA a couple of years ago.

Goldy at HorsesAss's diary :: ::

He or the WH lied on the WH presser announcing him to FEMA. IAHA was never connected to the Olympic Comm, only the half Arab registry then and the governing body to the state and local Arabian horse clubs. He ruined IAHA financially so badly that we had to change the name and combine it with the Purebred registry.

I am telling you this after watching the fucking shipwreck in the Gulf. His incompetence is KILLING people.

Yes, that's right... the man responsible for directing federal relief operations in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina, sharpened his emergency management skills as the "Judges and Stewards Commissioner" for the International Arabian Horses Association... a position from which he was forced to resign in the face of mounting litigation and financial disarray.

And what of that misleading White House press release?

From 1991 to 2001, Brown was the Commissioner of the International Arabian Horse Association, an international subsidiary of the national governing organization of the U.S. Olympic Committee.

I can't even begin to fact check the dates or IAHA's alleged relationship to the US Olympic Committee, because of course, the IAHA doesn't exist anymore, so there's nothing to Google. But it begs the question... how the hell did his prior job experience prepare Brown to head FEMA?

Well, judging by his agency's performance over the past few days... it didn't.

My heart goes to Louisiana 09/02/05 05:14:12 PM EDT

As I said, Michael Brown is incompetent, even to be a door man, forget about the head of FEMA?

He has to be tried for war crimes after this whole thing is over together with everyone else who are responsible from Michael Brown being the FEMA director in the middle of this disaster. This guy doe not know what emergency is. All he did the entire week was call his wife and tell her, "h\Honey I'm gonna be on TV again in two minutes, watch me!"

Jared 09/02/05 04:56:21 PM EDT

I thought it odd that Bush went out of his way to praise the FEMA director Mike Brown when the city officials in New Orleans are calling the relief effort a national disgrace. Then I saw this news article and it all made sense.

http://www.bloomberg.com/apps/news?pid=10000103&sid=aGaTgoDPIQ2s&refer=us

Bush appointed Mr. Brown. He replaced James Lee Witt the old head of FEMA who has a background in emergency and disaster management and is widely praised as the most effective FEMA chief ever. Who did Bush pick for the important job of leading the federal emergancy managment agency? Mike Brown who has a background as a lawyer and was Bush's campaign managner during his presidential campaign. Way to go Bush!

My heart goes to Louisiana 09/02/05 08:34:15 AM EDT

Michael Brown should be tried for hurricane crimes like war crimes. My 6 year-old son thinks he is Larry King. All this FEMA director did since last Sunday is do full time television. How can you find time to be on TV 24/7? You should not even have time to call your family right now. You should be busy my friend, saving lives. Your job is to save lives, not to be the CNN anchor. What an incompetent asshole!

Storage & Security Journal News Desk 09/02/05 06:42:16 AM EDT

Bloggers Calling For Immediate Resignation Of FEMA Director Michael Brown. 'FEMA Director Michael Brown must be removed from his job immediately and should be assigned to truck duty to drive and unload food and supplies to the New Orleans Convention Center thoughout the night and for the next 48 hours,' writes Yeshim Deniz in her blog.

Storage & Security Journal News Desk 09/01/05 06:30:00 PM EDT

Bloggers Calling For Immediate Resignation Of FEMA Director Michael Brown. 'FEMA Director Michael Brown must be removed from his job immediately and should be assigned to truck duty to drive and unload food and supplies to the New Orleans Convention Center thoughout the night and for the next 48 hours,' writes Yeshim Deniz in her blog.

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