Well Barry, I'm not sure I want to see those pictures anyway. I'm positive if one of my deceased loved ones had been floating in mucky water in 100 degree weather, I wouldn't want their picture plastered across the news media either.
Not wanting the pictures posted is one thing; not wanting the devastation to life and property recorded and documented, especially by a free press, is an absolutely different issue.
According to CNN today-"The Federal Emergency Management Agency said Wednesday it will hand out debit cards worth $2,000 each to victims of Hurricane Katrina. A FEMA information officer said the cards will go initially to stranded victims who have been moved to rescue centers such as the Houston Astrodome."What the hell is up with this? I am sorry but if I lived in Florida, I would be pissed. They get 4-6 Hurricanes a year. Never reimbursed for anything-because they expect it. Now, all of a sudden these people in New Orleans lose their places-and don't have insurance, we are expected to pick up the tab? That is pure bullsh*t. No one would care if my house was levelled in a tornado-and I would not expect them too, especially if I did not have insurance.
Anon #2,Are you sure you're on the right blog. What does money and insurance have to do with pictures the dead. I don't mean to sound rude, but I was just curious.
its the liberal at work here! its all about big GOV, taking care of me!!!!!
If my parent or kid was laying there dead I wouldn't want their picture in the paper.
FEMA did one thing right.
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