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Re: Katrina cont > today

Probably more than than hoots - the usual politically motivated  
second guessing - our new national pastime.

Cathy, west central IL, z5b

On Sep 2, 2005, at 12:24 PM, james singer wrote:

> Seems to me if the buses had been available, we would have has a  
> different outcome. How different is up for grabs. As for what would  
> have happened if Katrina had swallowed her tail--there would have  
> been hoots of derision, of course, which would be more acceptable  
> to most people than the needless loss of thousands of lives.

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