But as a resident of post-Katrina New Orleans, the one decision point that really has me fired up is how your library represents the choices you faced in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina. According to your exhibit the main problem you faced was how to restore law and order. The big issue that visitors are asked to resolve, is whether or not you should have invoked the Insurrection Act to control the looters. …Anytime you get a letter from Dr. Harris-Perry, that says "Dear blank, It's me, Melissa … " just pack your things and leave.
And you were trying to figure out whether or not to quell an insurrection? These people were Americans, Mr. President. Homeowners, taxpayers, voters. Your people and you were vacationing while they drowned. The decision you should have been making, sir, wasn’t on how to quell them. It was how to save them.
And this morning on #amTWiB:
L. Joy forgets how to start the show, regulating 3-D printed guns, and LGBTQ folks need to wash the stain of sin before entering the catholic church.
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