We all know that the response to the aftermath of a hurricane hitting the USA have been sub-optimal, but I’m wondering if the efforts and intelligence belatedly applied in New Orleans have reached some new diabolical low.
From The New York Times (05 Sept) comes this disturbing summation:
“As rescue operations went on, the frustrations of the police and volunteers continued to
If we take this reporting seriously, are we to believe, then, that the incompetence applied to addressing the aftermath of this natural disaster now includes an inability to deploy anyone who is suitably accomplished at identifying those who are actually dead?
Can this get any worse. (Don't answer that!)