Saturday, December 02, 2006

major trouble in new orleans.

in the midst of a painful and often painstaking recovery, yet another blow has hit the people and city of new orleans. this new development could strike the death knell for a comeback. where is the cavalry? with this government, there is little hope.

3 comments:

Brian said...

Just what form would this 'calvary' take? What would it do? I'm not trying to sound abrasive, but your comment was kind of left hanging. Was it ultimately a request for ideas? If that's the case, then in all fairness I should say I don't have any at the moment that would sufficiently address this problem. At the same time, I can almost, again ALMOST understand, why the insurer made the decision that it did. Just my two cents contribution to the noise unless anyone out there has a workable idea...

Brian said...

Oops, I should have said 'cavalry' as opposed to 'calvary'.

dammitann said...

Speaking of typos, see, i make them too. calvary:) Yes, ideas are welcome, although, the point i was trying to make is IF the levees were in tip top shape- the GOVERNMENT'S job- the insurance company would be less likely to pull out.