I have only read the opening comment, but will read thru the many others later.
IMO........Let nature reclaim the land.Every little peice of land, woodland, space, man wants to take it over and build,build,build. In the town I live in,the woods we used to hike and roam thru are now torn down and warehouses being built.
This is natures way of saying "Now I'm fighting back for whats mine".
Whats bad about the REFLOODING is all the animals not rescued yet not to mention the people! I mean the dogs are starving to death as it is and the people never even bothered to fly over them in hellicopters to drop open bags of dog food to them, now this again?
"The blame game is a lame game." As an American, I support George Bush and all our national leaders regardless of whether I voted for them or agree with their decisions. As a Christian, I pray for them to make the right decisions for our nation. As a citizen, I work, pay taxes and follow the laws that have been set forth by our government. Do I think the response time to the aftermath of hurricane Katrina was poor YES I DO..DO I blame President Bush..NO I DO NOT.
As far as Clinton is concerned his words mean nothing to me. Had Clinton did his job while in office 9/11 could have possibly been avoided instead he was to busy kissing Arafat's A** and betraying his vowels of fidelity to his wife.
Excellent post gina Beloved president clinton? yes he was beloved alright especially by monica ha ha ha. I think new orleans is a strong city so full of history that it would only be right to rebuild it
I didnt read the whole thread.. but why would you build something that was a lake to begin with. I understand that there is alot of history, BUT its nature, you cant build anything stronger then nature. Heres a question, sort of along the same lines... Would you build a city on a quick sand, or a 'sink hole'... Not me.