Tuesday, May 04, 2010

Water, Water Everywhere.....

Help our friends in Nashville if you can:

So Nashville Is Flooded… How Can I Help? [Flood 2010] | Nashvillest


Of the many reasons why this isn't 'Obama's Katrina', this link clearly shows he was on top of it from the get go.

Katrina crept on shore and BushCo knew about it days before it hit and did nothing about it.

This rig blew at 10 p.m. and Obama's folks were on it at day break the next day.

So, as much as the baggers and NeoCons who dominate what passes for 'news media' these days wants it to be Obama's Katrina, it simply isn't and if you are a liberal you need to smack anyone in the nose who states otherwise.

Memo to media: Timeline contradicts "Obama's Katrina" claim | Media Matters for America


Halliburton. The same folks shocking our soldiers with bullshit wiring:

Drilling Process Attracts Scrutiny in Rig Explosion - WSJ.com:
"The scrutiny on cementing will focus attention on Halliburton Co., the oilfield-services firm that was handling the cementing process on the rig, which burned and sank last week. The disaster, which killed 11, has left a gusher of oil streaming into the Gulf from a mile under the surface.

This makes me sick to my stomach. An entire way of existence just blotted out.

Fishing ban imposed in oil-affected Gulf of Mexico | Raw Story


You ain't in Mayberry anymore, Betty Lou.

'Andy Griffith Show' Actress Betty Lou Lynn Robbed In 'Mayberry':
"MOUNT AIRY, N.C. — The actress who played Thelma Lou on 'The Andy Griffith Show' was robbed in the town that inspired the show's idyllic Mayberry setting, after moving to the area to avoid big city crime.

Betty Lou Lynn had her wallet stolen at a shopping center in Mount Airy, the birthplace of Andy Griffith."

Above this point in the blog post is a bunch of bullshit.

The article below does well in redeeming some of the above.

H/T to Brent Best.

They went BIG for this kid and your heart will swell in response:

Living | Local boy with cancer turns into a superhero for a day | Seattle Times Newspaper


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