I'm paying 25% more for yukon golds, my potatoe of choice. Really doesn't matter
is grown, a lot of the potato crop got drownded. Katrina was a small event,
driven. Keep your mind and eyes open.
"Additionally as a security officer, I carry a gun to protect
government officials but my life isn't worth protecting at home
in their eyes." Dick Anthony Heller
matter where it
Katrina *was* a significant event, but the media coverage of it and it's
aftermath has indeed been very politically biased. The media coverage
has nearly exclusively focused on the areas of high minority population,
portraying them as victims of the storm, the government, crime, etc. and
how all these years later the taxpayers haven't rebuilt everything for
the poor disadvantaged minorities. There has been virtually no media
coverage of the similarly walloped areas of Mississippi where the
population is/was similarly poor, but instead of whining for the
government to do everything for them, they went to work rebuilding.
Covering that wouldn't be politically correct since that population is
the wrong color and showing what's happened there might undermine the
New Orleans story. Pretty disgusting, what journalistic integrity there
used to be has been totally replaced by political bias.