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The Role of Race & Class in the Aftermath of a Hurricane
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"To me that is just politics, those kind of statements," DeLay said. "We shouldn't be making those kinds of statements. We've got to be focused on the needs of people on the ground."
Riiiight. This is why you had nothing in place before the hurricane and why it took four days after the hurricane for the great president to arrive for his photo op and why the aid that is making it through is so unorganized. Because you're so "focused" on the needs of people on the ground.
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