Main Page | Recent changes | View source | Page history

Printable version | Disclaimers | Privacy policy

Not logged in
Log in | Help

Position:FEMA was unprepared for Hurricane Katrina

From dKosopedia

The position that the US Federal Emergency Management Agency, (abbreviated FEMA in the US) was unprepared for Hurricane Katrina is by far the majority view of Americans, including George W. Bush, who called its response "unacceptable" on television in early September.

Whether Bush's personal response was also unacceptable is another position:George W. Bush ignored his duty in August.

The arguments for this position are overwhelming:

There seem to be no arguments against the position that FEMA was unready. Accordingly, it pays to ask why, and examine more controversial positions:

deliberately unprepared

A stronger position, that FEMA was deliberately unprepared, is a much more controversial position. However the arguments for this position include:

arguments against

Retrieved from "http://localhost../../../f/e/m/Position%7EFEMA_was_unprepared_for_Hurricane_Katrina_e2e5.html"

This page was last modified 19:48, 7 September 2005 by dKosopedia user Nycpuppeteer. Based on work by dKosopedia user(s) Biscobosco and Anonymous troll. Content is available under the terms of the GNU Free Documentation License.

[Main Page]
Daily Kos
DailyKos FAQ

View source
Discuss this page
Page history
What links here
Related changes

Special pages
Bug reports