Thursday, September 08, 2005

9/11 Commission Heads: "System-wide Failures [...] Should Have Been Fixed"

"WASHINGTON (Reuters) - America's response to Hurricane Katrina was hamstrung by well-known system-wide problems that could have been fixed but went unattended and wound up costing lives, the two men who led an inquiry into the September 11, 2001, attacks said."
Further proof that the Department of Homeland Security, while outrageously expensive, serves no purpose and may have even contributed to the devastation in Louisiana, Mississippi and Alabama.

But hey! At least we got all those pretty colors on the Homeland Security Advisory System. That's worth billions of tax-payers dollars.

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