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30 August 2005

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Pat Lang

JT

I have spent a lot of time on that coast, and almost bought a house in Bay St. Louis last year.

I will say thanks on their behalf. Pat

Dan from Evanston

As one trained as a professional jazz musician, I have always felt a particular bond with New Orleans and have visited many times. I fear a national treasure will never be the same. My heart goes to all those people...

carol

after the Strom -----What the evacuees are enduring is heartbreaking ---In Calcasieu Parish where I live we have thousands of Hurricane Katrina evacuees packed into the Lake Charles Civic Center and many have opened their homes to friends-- family and indeed strangers ---------La Nouvelle Orléans. The Crescent City. . has endured swamps, mosquitoes, floods, fires, hurricanes, and its politicians throughout the centuries --as our state has ---and we will endure Katrina .My prayers for our neighboring states that have had so much destruction .

carol

forgot to add to my post --Watching the news, my admiration is great for the men and women working tirelessly to rescue and aid the people that felt the wrath of this Strom ------what courage they have

Pat Lang

Carol

I couldn't agree more.

PL

J Thomas

JT, I'm afraid that if we hadn't invaded iraq the 300+ billion wouldn't have done us much good. It would only have been stolen some other way.

I'm starting to think 2006 is a good time to throw out incumbents. Start with a strong primary challenge and if that doesn't work get a strong challenger from another party.

There's no guarantee the new guy will be any better, but a whole lot of incumbents look bad enough it's time to try the devil we don't know.

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