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Friday, September 02, 2005

New Orleans deserves it

the american spectator, in a galling article published today and written by executive editor george neumayr, says this...

(via raw story...)
New Orleans was ripe for collapse. Its dangerous geography, combined with a dangerous culture, made it susceptible to an unfolding catastrophe. Currents of chaos and lawlessness were running through the city long before this week, and they were bound to come to the surface under the pressure of natural disaster and explode in a scene of looting and mayhem.

Like riotous Los Angeles since the 1960s, New Orleans has been a wasteland of politically correct dysfunction for decades -- public schools so obviously decimated vouchers were proposed this year (and torpedoed by the left), barbaric gangster rap culture no one will confront lest they offend liberal pieties, multiculturalist frauds who empower no one but themselves, and cops neutered by the NAACP and ACLU.

i can't even summon the words to express my disgust... that there are people who can spew this type of bile is testament to the environment created and encouraged by bush and his fratellanza...

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