Just in time for Hurricane Season
Six months ago, Michael Brown "resigned" as the head of FEMA.
After Brownie did his heckuva job in the wake of Katrina, Bush made a speech in front of a spectacularly backlit Jackson Square in New Orleans, and assured the American people that anything and everything would be done to restore New Orleans to its original grandeur.
Now six months later, the Gulf Coast is still in a state of wreckage and Bush hasn't even bothered to hire a new FEMA Director.
Michael Chertoff, Bush's Director of the Department of Homeland Security, would be the new FEMA Director's boss. We haven't heard anything about him locating a new FEMA chief, either.
Why is that?
Because both are in so far over their heads and so unqualified to do their jobs, they may not even understand the dire need for a new FEMA chief to hit the ground running and train FEMA response teams in effective disaster relief in time for the upcoming hurricane season.
Right after Katrina hit last August, Bush attended a fundraiser in California, then some country singer named Mark Wills gave him a guitar as a gift.
He posed for pictures pretending to strum the guitar, just like Nero played his fiddle while Rome was burning.
Six months later, the comparison strengthens.
Where is El Kabong when we need him?