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Monday, September 12, 2005
  FEMA Chief Brown Resigns

"Today I resigned as director of the Federal Emergency Management Agency. As I told the president, it is important that I leave now to avoid further distraction from the ongoing mission of FEMA," said Brown, who was also the undersecretary for emergency preparedness and response for the Department of Homeland Security.

It was the right thing to do. Even if he wasn't to blame, he had become a tremendous liability. I do believe he was partly to blame. Even if he wasn't he appeared clueless and callous, which for a leader cancels out any good he may have done.

Thanks for reading,


hell is a call centre
lord, let me die a little
take more life away from me
death in a headset
screen showing terror
and horrors
of life confined
hell is a call centre
indeed i compare
I agree with you, AC. He was definately a liability that the government doesn't need at this time of national disaster.
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