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Thursday, September 08, 2005

Ill wind

Second only to the death and destruction brought on by the floods after the federally non-maintained levees broke is the horror of the inevitable increase in federal intervention in everything.
Eventually we will, I fear, look back on the death and destruction as, in fact, a minor part of the harm from Katrina.
When our freedoms have been totally eroded, when government and its accompanying bureaucrats and thugs have taken over even the most private aspects of our private lives, we will still mourn the dead, but in some ways we might even envy them.

3 Comments:

  • At 1:39 PM, Blogger BonnieBlueFlag said…

    Hi Michael,

    It is rather apropos that I am blowing in on an "Ill Wind," but I received your note asking for me to contact you.

     
  • At 2:22 PM, Anonymous Joseph said…

    And then there's the question, "What do you do when
    they come for you?" ("We're from the government and
    we're here to help" said the jack-booted storm
    trooper, leveling his M-16 at the disaster victim.
    "You have 5 minutes to gather up what you can carry
    and want to keep, no pets or guns.")

     
  • At 10:06 PM, Blogger Aussiegirl said…

    George Bush appears to be echoing the French king who said "apres moi les deluge" -- only it appears Bush meant "apres Katrina les deluge of dollars" Aussie

     

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