The all FEMA press conference

I’m always amazed when I see something likethis that there wasn’t at least one person, somewhere, beforehand, who raised their hand to say…Maybe this isn’t such a good idea…and everyone realized how freaking stupid they were being to consider doing something so freaking stupid.

UPDATE: FEMA admitsTheir bad.

STATEMENT IN REGARDS TO FEMA’S TUESDAY PRESS BRIEFING

FEMA’s goal is
to get information out as soon as possible, and in trying to do so we
made an error in judgment. Our intent was to provide useful information
and be responsive to the many questions we have received. We are
reviewing our press procedures and will make the changes necessary to
ensure that all of our communications are straight forward and
transparent.

SNIP

We can and must do better, and apologize for this error in judgment.

Fema_idio_2

6 thoughts on “The all FEMA press conference

  1. hoppy says:

    Scout, you overestimate the Fox News audience. That group wants desperately to hear about all of the great things this administration has been doing. They most certainly will not question or doubt any of what they hear when it fills that need. So, let’s just view this “news conference” as one more bit of aid to the Fox News audience. God knows they need help.

  2. daruskii says:

    Does this remind anyone else of the old Soviet news coverage? What have we become?

  3. lb0313 says:

    Heck of a job

  4. MapleStreet says:

    I’m with you Scout. They’ve been caught doing this before. It seems like after they are caught doing it (remember the “honest” discussion with the troops??), they would realize that this is a secret that just won’t keep.
    What psychologically would make them discount the almost certainty that they would be caught again???
    BTW – it is old news now, but I just read Chimpy’s speech about Cuba calling for the Cubans to riot, depose the government, and enjoy the shangri-la of Republican liberty. If I were to stand up and say this about America, I would expect to be arrested for incitement to riot – at a minimum, and very likely for sedition and even the Patriot Act. Why is it OK for us to say this but not for another country to say this about us?

  5. pansypoo says:

    that’s one motheaten rug they are pulling over new orleans.

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