Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal issued the following statement today about Katrina anniversary, but, somehow, in a conservative politically correct way, he seemed to have left out something quite important that allowed the Gulf Coast, and Louisiana and New Orleans in particular, to come back from figuratively speaking, the dead.
Two upcoming major events being held August 29, 2015, honoring and remembering Hurricane Katrina anniversary:
I was one of the fortunate ones to see President Barack Obama speak to New Orleans politicos, supporters, the media and others, yesterday, at a Lower 9th ward center which apparently had been 17-feet beneath water after Hurricane Katrina hit on August 29, 2005.
On this Katrina Anniversary, the Council for a Better Louisiana, CABL, is taking issue with some of the national news reporting relatted to the state's education system post-Hurricane Katrina. Here is the statement from CABL:
This week there has been a flood of news stories assessing the recovery of New Orleans ten years after the devastation of Katrina. There are many aspects of life and rebuilding to look at in a city that was virtually destroyed and almost totally depopulated. No American city in modern times has been through so much.
Looks like Louisiana gubernatorial candidate Scott Angelle is going after a certain “conservative” crowd in an effort to peel off potential David Vitter supporters. It also appears that Angelle, who occasionally tries to distance himself from our “alleged” governor, Bobby Jindal, is now appearing to be his clone.