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You are an asshat. Do you have any idea how important Southern Louisiana is to your continued standard of living? You can cite flood plain statistics all you want, but the truth is that you enjoy the ability to buy cheap and plentiful consumer items in large part because of the ports of South Louisiana, the busiest (by volume) in America and the third or fourth busiest in the world. In addition, New Orleans is one of the few port cities serviced by six Class 1 freight railroads. We're all feeling the crunch because of the lack of oil production from the nation's only offshore oil superport, which is located, you guessed it, off the coast of South Louisiana. Are you factoring that in your oh-so-scientific cost benefit analysis of the rebuild vs. start over arguments?

Chris S

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In the year 1973 when the Egyptian army crossed the Suez Canal, killing and imprisoning hundred of Israeli soldiers, then started to deploy its army in the depth of the Sinai, the Israelis were lead by Golda Meir -

- One of the hardest days in the life of Golda Meir was October 6, 1973 - the beginning of the Yom Kippur War. It was a great tragedy for Golda Meir. In June, 1974, Golda Meir retired from political life. -

The Israelis feeling that their existence was at stake cried for help from the USA and asked to save them from the Egyptian invasion.
- Egypt was only regaining its own land that of the Sinai .

In 24 hours the American administration made and maybe for the first time in history what is now known by a flying bridge, the USA sent thousands of brand new military equipment tanks, planes, rockets, artillery guns with all the ammunitions that the Israeli would need to stop the advance of the Egyptian troops into any of the land that (the counterfeit-Jewish State in, but not of) Israel occupied since the 1967 war. Some of the tanks the Egyptians captured were still on Zero Km.

I am telling this story , because it took the American administration only few hours to send help and rescue to the Israelis who are not Americans and are on another continent , while it took them more than five days to send any help to the stranded, devastated and isolated American people in New Orleans with no food or water , in one of their own USA cities Louisiana !

What would have happened if Katrina had hit (the counterfeit-Jewish State in, but not of) Israel instead ?

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