When Hurricane Katrina devastated the Gulf Coast seven years ago this week, complaints about the federal response to the disaster didn’t arise until there was plenty of evidence of screw-ups.
It’s a different story this time around, as we see HERE:
Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal is already complaining that the Obama administration is being stingy with federal resources before Hurricane Isaac has even made landfall.
But the usual FEMA pre-disaster protocol has been activated. The Obama administration has approved Jindal’s request for a disaster declaration. The administration’s actions thus far have earned plaudits from the state’s two senators — ...