State Of Louisiana Government

I prepare a "pro-creation" briefing on the government response to Hurricane Katrina …

I would like some advice on this issue. I want to begin investigating how many of you think the government response to Hurricane Katrina was competent and fast? In particular, I refer to the state government of Louisiana. Can anyone can provide any convincing evidence to support my position? Thank you.

I think we'll have a great time Katrina answers difficult to defend at all levels, state, county, federal, the city. In fact, since he asked forcefully, I warn you to beware of any positive information that can be found that the points most difficult of data from multiple systems failure. Regarding the debate, the only "Deal" that comes to mind is not really an argument, but an attack – not great, but it could be possible if you're pretty good with the rhetoric and back. You can build a case around the indifference to the collective development as a social ideal that began with the generation baby boomers. When Katrina struck, the NGO systems, but the failures reflect fifteen or twenty years the value of the policy which has been enthusiastically supported by the American people. If you dive into the files you find a number of public decisions – many of which are related in some way to policy of social reform in the mid 90s – which can be directly linked to the disruption that Katrina laid bare. In other words, some of which can defend the government accusing the governed. It is the strongest defense of the world, but if your opponent is low-ish and you are strong-ish, it might work ……

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