Senator John Kerry on Resignation of FEMA Director Michael Brown

Michael Brown has resigned as the head of FEMA. I just recieved the following brief statement from John Kerry’s press office. Kerry is in Louisiana today delivering supplies to Hurricane Katrina victims. I think this statement just about says it all… no need to say more!

BATON ROUGE – Below is a statement from Senator John Kerry on the resignation of FEMA Director Michael Brown.

“Long overdue. Too little, too late.”

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5 Responses to Senator John Kerry on Resignation of FEMA Director Michael Brown

  1. Marjorie G says:

    And they said he couldn’t be brief.

  2. Marjorie

    My thoughts exactly. Now, watch for the uproar that he did not say enough! LOL!

  3. Ron Chusid says:

    More statements:

    “His resignation is the right thing for the country and for the people of the Gulf Coast states”
    –Nancy Pelosi

    “Mike Brown’s decision to resign from FEMA is the best decision he’s made in three weeks. We can only hope that this is the first of many changes that the Bush administration will make, because clearly their irresponsible business-as-usual mindset has had disastrous consequences for the people of the Gulf Coast in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina.”
    –Howard Dean

  4. Donnie From Houma, LA says:

    LOL I just saw a commercial that I can associate with Michael Brown.

    Louisiana: Help!

    Brown: Don’t worry, We are on top of it.

    Louisiana: What are you waiting on?

    Brown: How do we get there?

    Louisiana: What do you mean? Do your job jackass!

    Brown: Well I’m not an emergency director per say.

    Louisiana: What!!!!

    Brown: No, but I did stay at a Holiday Inn Express last night.

  5. kj says:

    Posted this on the blog above instead of this one:

    Oh, I can’t believe what I just heard on CNN. Seriously, I quite literally fell out of my chair laughing. The Daily Show doesn’t imitate life, life imitates The Daily Show.

    What cracked me up? The report that the man who replaced Brown is the same man, the very same man, who suggested we all stock up on duct tape and plastic wrap in the case of a terrorist attack.