Bush and Katrina vs. Obama and 2011 Flood……

After Katrina, the media blamed the lack of response on the Bush administration’s dislike of black people. (Please watch this video to remind yourself of how distinct, deliberate, and intentional this was before continuing to read).

Can we then conclude from the lack of media coverage and response by the Obama administration that Obama doesn’t like white people?

Where are the Hollywood celebrities holding telethons asking for help in restoring Iowa and North Dakota and helping the folks affected by the floods?

Where is good old Michael Moore?

Why is the media NOT asking the tough questions about why the federal government hasn’t solved this problem?

……Asking where the FEMA trucks and trailers and food services are?

Why isn’t the Federal government moving Iowa people into free hotels in Chicago and Minneapolis ?

When will Spike Lee say that the Federal government blew up the levees that failed in Des Moines ?

Where are Sean Penn, Bono, and the Dixie Chicks?

Where are all the looters stealing high-end tennis shoes, cases of beer and television sets?

When will we hear Governor Chet Culver say that he wants to rebuild a ‘vanilla’ Iowa … because that’s what God wants?

Where is the hysterical 24/7 media coverage complete with reports of shootings at rescuers, of rapes and murder?

Where are all the people screaming that Barack Obama hates white, rural people? My God, where are Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt, Oprah, and Ray Coniff Jr?

How come you will never hear about the Iowa flooding ever again? Where are the gov’t. bail out vouchers? The government debit cards?

More people displaced in these 2011 floods than in 2005 Katrina.   How come the media doesn’t report that?!   There must be one hell of a big difference between the value of the people of Iowa and value of the people of New Orleans.

HERE’S THE REAL TRUTH:  This is a distict example of Media Bias.  Actually, Governmental control of the media.    Soon to be Governmental control of the internet, cell phones, radio, and all communication to coordinate the optics which are now distinctly evident in the Network News on TV.

Try to Wake Up you family, friends and neighbors.  This next 18 months is going to be ugly.  We need to peel the skin of the onion and expose the reality.

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19 Responses to Bush and Katrina vs. Obama and 2011 Flood……

  1. WeeWeed says:

    B. Hussein O’Ba$tard DOES hate white people. Moreso if they are conservative or Republican, and especially if they’re elderly.


  2. tnwahm says:

    The difference is that hard working middle America isn’t looking for the Fed government to save them. They are just rolling up their sleeves ~and pantlegs~ and getting to work. It’s also the difference between public and private property.


  3. I’m sorry, this is a really, really amazing post and I F-shared it and everything, but I cannot stop laughing at Kanye. When they cut to Chris Tucker he doesn’t even know where to look…I am crying laughing over here!


  4. G8rMom7 says:

    Wow, is this a great post!


  5. Gypsy says:

    What makes what Kanye so important that his opinion is so important. I know for a fact that many black folks hate our guts. I don’t HATE anybody (sorry I lied, I hate Obama) so what’s the big deal. It just gives the news folks something to do to fill their time. Don’t watch them anyway. I agree with Waltzing, it’s funny and not worth anything.


  6. WeeWeed says:

    Excellent post, SD. It should be saved/archived somehow, because the pRetender to the Oval Office is still ensconced there – and he has a while to go. Did I mention that he loathes the military?


  7. Persephone says:

    Well done.
    This is a truly excellent post!

    We need to come up for a new word for the Epic Hypocrisy on display from the liberal weasel media and minion brigade.


  8. wendy ann says:

    Great post, SD! Am forwarding!

    Question: did you mean Ray Coniff, Jr.? Or Harry Connick, Jr? 🙂


  9. mj loehrer says:

    The flood pictures were actually taken in Cedar Rapids, Iowa two years ago but the point’s the same. Where were the Hollywood elites when the good people of Iowa were suffering, not looting, and praying for their lives instead of looking government handouts.


  10. GracieD says:

    Okay, now you get to hear from someone who is a Louisiana native and knows many of the political players. The majority of the blame for the Katrina debacle lays at the feet of Katie Blance and Ray Nagin. WeeWeed is correct, they were trying to cover their backsides. Somehow, that was never investigted. It should have been, but someone fell down on the job. I wonder if “bigfurhat” knows that Louisana residents were not allowed to help in the days immediately after Katrina. I know many people and am related to some, who showed up with boats to volunteer assistance in rescuing the idjits who stayed in the city. Only to be turned away by city officials. To be fair, some of those said idjits did not have transportation to leave, and that portion of the blame lays at the feet of the chief idjit, Ray Nagin. He had access to a yard full of School busses that could have transported people out of harm’s way. I could go on for days, but really don’t want to ruin what is left of my weekend. Oh, and one last thing, Bush had to wait to be asked for help by law. Maybe if Katie Blanco’s head had not been up her arse, she could have asked for help sooner. Just look at how Bobby Jindal dealt with Gustav for an example of how to deal with a difficult situation.


  11. wendy ann says:

    IOTW has the link to this post on their website….gotta be a fraudster who commented under BFH’s username!


  12. Treepers the responses on this thread may now seem disjointed. There was a fraudlent troll posting commentary under the username and avatar of BigFurHat from Iowntheworld. At Fur’s request the comment has been deleted.

    The real, one and only Big Fur Hat sent the following response to my question:

    It’s not me. Delete it. That is the idiot Magoo.


  13. “The Idiot Magoo” would make an awesome title for something.


  14. Clancy says:

    Excellent post. I only wish I’d run across it months ago. Good job


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