Tuesday, August 30, 2005
The pictures and video coming out of the Gulf Coast States are amazing, and sad. It really ticks me off, though, how many people are having to be rescued from the roofs of their homes in areas where they ignored mandatory evacuation notices. I think when the lift is lowered down from the helicopter, there should be a ticket from the police department attached to it, fining them for wasting taxpayer's money and the time of volunteers that could otherwise be helping where needed, instead of helping people too stupid to do the right thing in the first place.
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