Hurricane Katrina Pictures

Saturday, September 03, 2005

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29 Comments:

  • That's so horrible! I hope they get alot of help.

    By Blogger Carlos, at 10:31 PM  

  • Jesse does not appear to be handing out nutrition bars.

    Why not? He could afford to, and it would show that he thought about doing something helpful.

    Guess when you are a political opportunist, you just run towards the limelight and there is no time to think? 73s TG

    By Blogger TonyGuitar, at 12:03 PM  

  • Jesse is a political opportunist and he like to stir up racial unrest. I'm sure that is what he's doing, making this all about race.

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 7:34 AM  

  • Jesse is real good at stirring up racial unrest. I'm sure he is trying to make everything about race.

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 7:36 AM  

  • I think it was about race you wouldn't see rich white people laying in the street begging for food i think it's horrible how they were treated they deserve better and why don't the so-called president do more???

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 8:29 AM  

  • it is not about race just some people and i am not saying white or black god the hell out of there it is there own stupidity for staying

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 12:31 PM  

  • kevin says why is jesse jackson there these people are in enough pain.

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 2:26 AM  

  • THIS IS NOT RACIAL. WHITE PEOPLE
    LOST LIVES, DID WITHOUT FOOD OR
    WATER AND WAS LEFT STRANDED ALSO.
    THINK ABOUT IT.

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 10:38 PM  

  • I think it is the mayor's fault, those buses could have saved alot of lives and I hope he is ashamed and I hope he cant sleep at night knowing what he has did to so many babies and children who was not able to help themself. I hope he rots in hell for this and people of his own color. Shame on him and God bless those people white and black they are people.

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 7:30 PM  

  • This is such a racial issue! Where the hell was our president the 1st 2 days of this catastrophe?? He was on vacation. He didn't care that there were black people starving, stranded and drowning. And for the ignorant person who said that they should have left, according to statistics,New Orleans has one of the largest poverty rates in America. So if they were poor or barely making it with no money and no transportation, than how the fuck were they able to evacuate?? I think hurricane Katrina has shed a lot of light on America. It allowed everyone country to see that America isn't all that it is cracked up to be. We are suppose to be a land of equality, of opportunity and everything else that we claim to be...now everyone knows the truth. Everyone sees the racial issues here, thank you Hurricane Katrina for bringing the truth to the light. Thank you Hurricane Katrina for allowing everyone who voted for Bush to see what type of president we really have and how much he cares about his fellow americans. I am a true believer of the saying, "everything happens for a reason." The people of the New Orleans disaster may feel like giving up, but they must remember one thing, God has power and dominion over everything. God is bigger than every situation and you must remember to keep him first at all times and forever trust in the Lord!

    By Blogger sabreen, at 12:58 AM  

  • The reason there was more black people than white is because they did not have the transportation to get out of N.O.... and that is because some prefer to sit at home and collect food stamps and welfare instead of working for a living.

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 12:34 PM  

  • I wish people would stop playing the race card. This was a problem for everyone. Not white, black, hispanic or oriental. Those who had a way to get out of the city got out, white or black or whatever. You don't hear people on the Gulf Coast saying it was a black and white issue. They are helping each other side by side. They understand Hurricanes do not see color (black or white). what ever is in their way, watch out.

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 8:59 AM  

  • all those who say its not a black thing are either rasist themselves or in denial. They are trying to trivialise the underlying issues of why the situation was dealt with so carelessly because they couldn't 'care less' about the majority of people that suffered and are suffering, ie the BLACK people.

    By Anonymous Michelle UK, at 3:37 PM  

  • Let me guess Michelle - you are black. Everyone wants to put the blame on someone else.While God put us on this beautiful earth, We are responsible for our own actions. It seems to me that the majority of those (mostly low income) that were devastated by this terrible event seem to want restitution for there inconvience. A lot of people lost there jobs and have nothing to go back to - but I guarantee that the people on welfare will still be getting paid with their checks! Now - that's not being a racist. It's called observation. Call it like it is.

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 12:52 AM  

  • Jesse Jackson needs to get a job. About almost every time you see him in the media it always seems he is out to get free publicity, be it a disaster,alleged lynching of a black person, labor rallies and disputes (strikes) and the list goes on. His most recent opportunnistic moment was the bus caravan to bring Katrina (New Orleans) evacuees back home to rebuild and find jobs to get a new start!!! He managed to get approx. 200 people on these buses after several stops between Chicago and New Orleans. Guess what!!! only about 15 New Orleans residents were on his buses, the rest were homeless people and those looking to get jobs.He really flopped on this one. Perspective employers were on hand to hire these people and just a few wanted a job or were qualified. On top of that now we had 200 more homeless people to feed and no place to put them. We need to get rid of people like Jesse, Duke, Sharpton and Farrecan. People like this only cause more racial divide and hatred. One evacuee in Texas believes the white people blew up the levees to force the poor black people to leave the city...why... because Louis Farrecan said so. Ain't that a kick in the ass! The same rich white people that blew up the levees lost everything they owned to the same flood waters. White skin does not make you rich..I know this as fact because I worked hard fo over forty years for what I have and I damm sure I ain't rich. Don't preach racial hatred, work to erase it. And this list goes on.... "judge people by their character not the color of their skin"

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 6:46 PM  

  • For the next hurricane tracking ; the easy way to keep going.

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 7:35 PM  

  • Sorry people, but alot of the most damaging flooding happened in the poorest areas of New Orleans. Of course other places were flooded, the Gulf Coast and so many of the smaller cities and parishes outside of New Orleans but people focus on N.O. because it is the epicenter of the tragedy. When people reference 9/11 the first picture that it invokes in your mind are the towers, correct? Part of the Pentagon was damaged along with other places but the center of the devastatioin is where the focus is put. So yes since a large amount of the damage and death happened in these poor and impoverished areas, a sector that includes mostly the elderly, low income families and government aid households thats where people will focus. And when three quarters of those people just HAPPEN to be Black it does begin to appear as a racial issue, whether it was the result of an act that man had control over or not. The fact is that there were far less rich people floating face down in a cesspool of sewage, trash, chemicals and dead bodies. Do you ultimately judge the homeless peole residing in a shelter when something on the premises spontaneously combusts and many are killed? This may seem like a farfetched parallel but the point is we need to stop judging the people who were affected and why they were in the situations they were in and start considering why the government has failed and is continuing to fail the very people they have been charged to protect. This is exactly the type of twisted logic that has us questining what a rape victim did that "made" them end up in that situation or making a pariah of the whistleblowers that shed light on corporate misdealings! The same people that feel we need to get rid of Farrakhans, Jacksons or Sharptons should want to rid society of Sterns, Limbaughs and the idiot writer that is currently attempting to make an educated justification to torture to get information from political prisoners. At least these political extremists have the guts to view their opinions with their names attached and not as anonymous posters on a website!

    By Blogger EducatedAfricanAmericanandTiredofStupidity, at 10:59 AM  

  • This isn't a race issue! So stop arguing about it. People died in this horrible tragedy. can't you people see that! My God! stop complaining about Bush and what he did or didn't do! all we can do now is help these poor people!

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 9:50 AM  

  • My Family an I was a victim Of Hurricane Katrina.We didn't have the money to leave.Because I had just pay all my bills.So we decide to go by a family memeber that stay in NEW ORLEANS.That was the worse thing we did.WE stay on the second floor of the apartment.WE cry everynight for 3 days.We went without food and water.our kids was crying because they was hungry and thirsty. that hurt me to my heart to see them crying.When we finally got rescue we was bought to I-10.Then we had to sleep on I-10 for 4 more days without food and water before the army start bring us food and water.Then the buses start come we was so happy.We load up on the bus and was take to houston texas were i been stay at since Katrina.

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 12:21 AM  

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