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"ray nagin" Discussed on KTRH
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"ray nagin" Discussed on WTVN
"For clean water clean air we would believe anything and pay any tangles and those two scams are what they are going to use to grow government. and that's always the plan is about power control controlling the people because there is a small group of people like those idiots at work stage that night they truly believe you're smarter than you and I and if they're smarter than you are smarter than I am smarter than they've definitely smarter than everybody else in our neighborhood and we should just be little lemmings that follow their lead they could tell us what to eat what to drive were working much money to have it and all of that and if we don't listen to them then we hate the children and we hate the globe it's it's very stupid but it is very effective and right. it is just giving them power if you just listen to it well it's funny it to you because they're so it's coming around either mile they just power and control unlike the guy and I appreciate the phone call thank you open line at one eight hundred five zero one seventy eight a Jonathan Gruber the guy the mastermind behind obamacare remember he actually admitted this because of the stupid American voter. the stupid American voter will fall forward if we tell them that it's catastrophic in this way that way the other way then you've got Rahm Emanuel the former right hand man of of Barack Obama you should never let a serious crisis go to waste what does that mean well hurricane happens you take their instead of saying okay here's how you save your lives are evacuated either way the hurricane is a category whatever give you good information best of luck will pray for you it up hurricanes coming there okay was because Mike how far to global warming you must now rely solely on government to tell you how to stop it X. bad hurricane some of the government can't do what they'll make you believe they can do it remember how many hurricanes we're gonna have after the year of Katrina two thousand five yeah Katrina yet really has a very strong hurricanes that year there were catastrophic. I mean the catastrophe in in New Orleans us be honest was because ray Nagin is an idiot and it did not evacuate people these are not gonna record you could have a million people the streets yes you should have had a million people in the streets. remember when that happened if you don't like government control everything you're gonna have fifteen twenty hurricanes were predicting thirty hurricanes this year and next year you have like to. well. and then you you had a I'm gonna have fifty two arcades following year yet one. what could be seventeen at least next year three. so they perpetrate the lie because of what the caller said they believe they're smarter they believe that they have the right to control everything if you don't give them the power then your the problem and you hate children isn't it crazy that the left tells those of us who don't believe that were causing climate change. what calls us baby killers are baby haters are we hate the children we hate the people when they're the ones lining up to to to support Planned Parenthood offering nine hundred unborn children every day. that's really how loony it's gotten. and there are people out there some of you who are mad at me for saying this truth it is a one eight hundred five zero one seventy eighty one eight hundred five zero one seven zero eight zero Joe pads dot com coming back..
"ray nagin" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"Well, one way to show you don't love Puerto Rico by suggesting only six people by that's probably not a very good idea. Now, let's get into the actual statistics. With regard to the number of people who died in Puerto Rico. I the president yesterday was bragging about Puerto Rico saying that that Puerto Rico was a tremendous success by the federal government. This is always a mistake. It's always a mistake when the federal government proclaims how well they've done on a project like this, George W Bush, of course, famously said that his head of FEMA Ron Brown head done a heck of a job, and that basically finished his presidency in two thousand six after Hurricane Katrina. I mean, he's basically a lame duck from there on in a horrible of President Trump just a couple of days. Days ago praised his is in Puerto Rico, and that of course, generated this whole new round of headlines. Puerto Rico was actually are toughest one of all because it's an island. So you can't truck things onto and everything by both moved to hospital in Puerto Rico, tremendous military hospital inform of know that. And I actually think it was one of the best jobs that's ever been done with respect to what this is all about. I think the Puerto Rico wish any credible on some success. Okay. So just fantastic stuff. You know, he says that in the San Juan mayor who is responsible, by the way for an enormous amount of catastrophic suffering in Puerto Rico, the Puerto Rican government is responsible for the vast majority of suffering on the island of Puerto Rico, although the federal government may have botched response they did not botch it to the extent of the Puerto Rican government botched it there's no question about this. For example. Here's video showing water sitting on an abandoned tarmac and people are dying of dehydration in Puerto Rico, people can't find potable water anywhere CNN covered this yesterday, literally millions and millions forty million bottles of water. Sitting on the Bandon tarmac water by our back of the envelope. Math. That's about thirty eight million bottles of water ten for every resident of Puerto Rico are so just sitting there baking in the sun. Apparently, it's the FEMA started delivering that airstrip back in the fall October or November. So they didn't start distributing it until may. And then some residents complained of a foul odor and taste. Okay. So just spectacular job by everybody involved, including the local government. The San Juan mayor, of course, trying to shift the blame in the same way that the mayor of New Orleans Ray Nagin tried to shift the blame the federal government. And the governor of Louisiana who I believe is Kathleen Blanco at the time tried to shift all the responsibility of the federal government Katrina now, the Puerto Rican government is attempting to do the same to the feds. It's pretty obvious. However that the local government really botched this one. Here's the San Juan mayor had to say, of course, blasting President Trump. I think the president's statement is despicable. It just goes to the lack of understanding of reality. But if he thinks a three thousand people is. He really does him. No. It's all about this was never about politics. He's talking about on song craze. Well, nobody's saying has praised. So I I really don't know where the president gets the nerve to call. Story. Okay. So everybody does have an interest in shifting the blame. However the way to fight this is by suggesting that the federal government did its job local government did not do its job, which I think is actually a pretty fair argument from the evidence that is on the table instead for the president to start tweeting out about how three thousand people are not actually dead. Like, what happened to them were they raptured they what happened to where they just sort of their up into walking around, but we sort of didn't count them correctly..
"ray nagin" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"The Kurdish and Rita kospi here on WABC. Hell you guys really care about me. I got nothing to do in my life, but call up anyway. Other people from Puerto Rico gonna come and help us like we did it. They gonna reciprocate. Don't you think they have enough to do with the remnants of hurricane Maria and the first hurricane is still recovering from that? How are they going to help people? And by the way, the other thing, you know, the other thing we just learned you guys it just came out that apparently there's a million bottles of water sitting on a runway in Puerto Rico that wasn't delivered to the people there. So what a mess Puerto Rico stella's hail. Right. Also after Cortina. I'd my said this last time Louisiana a Long Island. Invent the came up with take a school bus and put airbags under the bus with the air pressure. And of course, sixty six thousand dollars to do a bus and you put a little Cup. It's on the wheels like putting chains on a snow tire. And he came up with this invention to safe people in three foot of water. It does eight nine knots. Unlike a floating only, if only it could have been available before Katrina hit when Bush forty three was president crazy Ray Nagin was the mayor. This is ridiculous. I don't want to see anybody do anymore. Goddamn, press conferences, put a moratorium on press conferences. We don't do another press conference until the resources are in this city, and then come down to the city and stand with us when their military trucks and troops that we can't even count. Don't tell me forty thousand people coming here. They're not here. Dog.
"ray nagin" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO
"Right now. It's tracking south of the island. But we are. We have several thousand people inside go right now working on long term recovery that it shifted to the response mode to monitor as Isaac passes to we do not want to see hurricane Isaac kick Puerto Rico. That's all we need. Hurricane out there, and it sort of skirting along for the Rico when the edge of Puerto Rico that would not be. So that is what the president had to say about Puerto Rico. Now, this is brought up a bigger issue in that is okay. What is the government's role? What is the government's job? What is the government's job to take care of you? You heard what the president had to say there in context, there's others that are already criticizing him saying that Puerto Rico was a disaster. You heard about the logistics and the other things the president talked about moving a hospital into Puerto Rico. You know, it's it's it's landlocked. It's much harder to have a response there then in traditional areas like the US that you can get to easily by roads, everything has to be voted in when you have in the the power was out. You had a lot of people that died because of that you had a lot of people that died because of lack of their own preparedness part of it is people die because the actual storm. So is the government's job to always fix you. To take care of you. This is Hurricane Katrina is a great example of this. You know, you had a governor there that refused to declare state of emergency for political reasons when the Bush administration was begging her to do that on the twenty six and the twenty seventh before that storm helmet on the day of the twenty nine twenty twenty eighth and early in the twenty ninth of August. You had a president that was begging for that to happen. What was absolutely begging for it? I take place. And it was for political reasons Ray Nagin the governor the mayor down there. Same thing in New Orleans, refusing to force people mandatory evacuations not putting people in what many referred to as a death trap. You know, that was another issue that happened there again people don't like to talk about. And it could have gone a lot better. If people wouldn't have worried about political stuff politics. It could have been a lot easier. People wouldn't have been obsessed with politics. On these issues. So I wanna get to your phone calls in here..
"ray nagin" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120
"The duct toll don't even think twenty nine seventy five is being accurate number, by the way there, is a, potential that the number is higher there. Is a potential that if the university were to another. Study they may find other debts and it was thirteen years ago today that. Hurricane Katrina made landfall along the Louisiana Gulf Coast at category three strength WWL, Dave, Cohen. Reports on the disaster and the rebuilding that is still going on ceremonies and celebrations of. Recovery Mark, this, thirteen th anniversary of the day Hurricane Katrina, came ashore bursting through levies Ray Nagin was the city's mayor eighty percent of our city on the water the water is as deep as twenty feet then President. George W Bush remarked many did not survive the fury of the storm many who Did. Ask why And wonder, what comes next rebuilding. And recovery continue, thirteen years later Dave Cohen, for CBS. News New Orleans new details are being revealed about the man who was found dead last week in Jefferson County. After exchanging gunfire, with police Adam Easter died Friday in a shootout with police after leading them on. A chase along. I fifty five that ended when he crashed into his, estranged wife foam fastest authorities revealed yesterday that Easter was spotted in a, vehicle in Herculaneum asking children questions in an attempt to find the home of someone involved with as, a strange wife an officer pulled Easter over before. He drove away and that's what began that high speed chase coming up at seven thirty good.
"ray nagin" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"Asian and you better not be traveling in your kid without a safety seat back there or else you're also gonna go to jail but we're sitting here supporting and understanding parents guatemala who send their little girls north knowing that they're going to get raped so they give plan b abortion packet interesting they can get hold of that too isn't it they're starving they're thirsty they're coming from war torn regions but whenever they need a plan bill portion kitten a plan b a portion kit for the daughter it somehow easily attainable this is just sick media one more thing before we go to the break and after the break we're gonna get to your phone calls be patient i'm coming to you i want to take you back to september twenty five twenty six twenty seven to two thousand seventeen soundbite to hear this is a montage from a bunch of drive by media people after the pueblo rico hurricane we're hearing today for the first time comparisons to katrina the kind of screwed up response that katrina was this is going to turn to be mr trump's katrina this could turn out to be donald trump's hurricane katrina is maria donald trump's katrina since katrina it could turn into katrina modern day katrina between a moment for donald trump is this his katrina of katrina that was two thousand seventeen september twenty five twenty six twenty seven by the white katrina was manufactured george bush's katrina a totally manufactured crisis that crisis the incompetence of of mayor ray nagin and kathleen what's your name that the governor down there when all the buses that were flooded they could have been used to get people out of their local incompetence ended up being bush's katrina right so that becomes a thing to represent republican incompetence and republican lack of compassion republicans don't care about people that's what katrina means will get this let's go to last night and this morning audio sound bite number one is this trump's katrina this as a self inflicted katrina hurricane katrina and its tragic aftermath there are clear parallels we have a katrina like situation very similar to katrina this is katrina moment when he literally had a katrina moment katrina moment for trump people call trump katrina the difference between katrina and this is george w bush didn't make it rain the president made it rain so puerto rico was donald trump's katrina but before that i'm sorry after that i'm getting confused here you get the drift here the two things one year ago was trump's katrina now this illegal immigrants thing is trump's second katrina it's just evidence of how this stuff is manufactured manufactured crises katrina george bush katrina wasn't even bush's katrina but it's a thing now that equals republican incompetence and lack of carrying brief time out your phone calls our now redesigned the rush at that is the.
"ray nagin" Discussed on KBOI 670AM
"I wanna take you back to september twenty five twenty six twenty seven to two thousand seventeen soundbite to hear this is a montage from a bunch of drive by media people after the web slowly co hurricane we're hearing today for the first time comparisons to katrina the kind of screwed up response that katrina was this is going to turn to be mr trump's katrina this could turn out to be donald trump's hurricane katrina is maria donald trump's katrina this is katrina it could turn into katrina modern day katrina katrina moment for donald trump is this his katrina think of katrina that was two thousand seventeen september twenty five twenty six twenty seven by the white katrina was manufactured george bush's katrina a totally manufactured crisis that crisis the incompetence of of mayor ray nagin and kept me what's her name that the governor down there when all the buses that were flooded they could have been used to get people out of their local incompetence ended up being bush's katrina right so that becomes a thing to represent republican incompetence and republican lack of compassion republicans don't care about people that's what katrina means will get this let's go to last night and this morning audio sound bite number one is this trump's katrina this as a selfinflicted katrina hurricane katrina and its tragic aftermath there are clear parallels we have a katrina lenk situation very similar to katrina this is katrina moment when he literally had a katrina moment katrina moment for trump people call this trump's katrina the difference between katrina and this is george w bush didn't make it rain the president made it rain so frederico was donald trump's katrina but before that i'm sorry after that i'm getting confused here you get the drift here didn't two things one year ago was trump's katrina now this illegal immigrants thing is trump's second katrina it's just evidence of how this stuff is manufactured manufactured crises from katrina george bush's katrina wasn't even bush's katrina but it's a thing now the equals republican incompetence and lack of carrying brief timeout your phone calls our now redesigned the.
"ray nagin" Discussed on KARN 102.9
"I want to take you back to september twenty five twenty six twenty seven to two thousand seventeen soundbite to hear this is a montage from a bunch of drive by media people after the hurricane we're hearing today for the first time comparisons to katrina the kind of screwed up response that katrina was this is going to turn to be mr trump's katrina this could turn out to be donald trump's hurricane katrina is maria donald trump's katrina this is katrina it could turn into katrina modern day katrina katrina moment for donald trump is this his katrina think of katrina that was two thousand seventeen september twenty five twenty six twenty seven by the way katrina was manufactured george bush's katrina a totally manufactured crisis that crisis the incompetence of of mayor ray nagin and kept me what's her name that the governor down there when all the buses that were flooded they could have been used to get people out of their local incompetence ended up being bush's katrina right so that becomes a thing to represent republican incompetence and republican lack of compassion republicans don't care about people that's what katrina means we'll get this let's go to last night and this morning audio sound bite number one is this trump's katrina this as a selfinflicted katrina hurricane katrina and its tragic aftermath there are clear parallels we have a katrina lenk situation very similar to katrina this is katrina moment when he literally had a katrina moment katrina moment for trump people call this trump's katrina the difference between katrina and this is george w bush didn't make it rain the president made it rain so bredow recall was donald trump's katrina but before that i'm sorry but after that i'm getting confused here you get the drift here two things one year ago was trump's katrina now this illegal immigrants thing is trump's second katrina it's just evidence of how this stuff is manufactured manufactured crises mcgee katrina george bush's katrina wasn't even bush katrina but it's a thing now that equals republican incompetence and lack of carrying brief timeout your phone calls are next redesigned the rush at that.
"ray nagin" Discussed on KGO 810
"You can't posse comitatus was written for reason and the idea behind it is is that you can't use federal troops that's why we're having national guard that's why he can't send soldiers there because there's a law again posse comitatus enough word you think i said okay it's posse anyway classy show here we are classy show but anyway so the the old comitatus steel is restricting it to national guard which means do you remember the big i mentioned this earlier but the katrina story bush was criticized for not sending troops to assist in and this is one point he was right ma'am you know heck of a job brownie bush right we couldn't the united states government cannot send national guard troops assistant katrina the governor whoever i can't remember what the governor was at that time in louisiana should have sent him down it was before bobby jindal way before baba genesis is fourteen years ago that governor did not request the troops to be sent there the national guard to help and bush got the blame was ray nagin very nagin thousands yeah i remember the images i just can't imagine you know what i mean because it was the lovey breaking the killed everybody in the in the ninth ward especially where if you go into ninth ward i've been there before eighteen thirty three and of course a lot there was also a story to about that particular case again with the national guard member they were on the superdome story and then a lot of people left the ninth ward and never came back and they don't know if they died or not because if you don't know was really poor area and the seawalls were tall you'd walk through there you go you go you can go up and you can see holy crap the water is nine feet above my head is i stand next to seawall so if the war should break imagine lowering.
"ray nagin" Discussed on 1410 WDOV
"Now since talk radio was nice to says its informed no hasn't won use radio 1410 wdov when lies that are monday and tuesday this thing's going to head up toward tennessee toward the ohio valley than taken take a left perhaps go to boston with my good friend andrew benintendi who i taught how to hit in the scrape boston red sox players very young player and this thing is devastating large parts of florida and it may be one two three weeks before florida gets back on its feet and the last ten days you've had major cad four hurricanes strike texas and florida which are the financial engines that dr america the rest of the country might be some um what static but when i think about the great citizens of taxes and the great citizens of florida those are two states that are controlled by republican legislature is a republican governors who are functional and when a hurricane strike those states you don't have the behavior as you have the behavior and katrina bakken twenty five the behaviors completely deaf yes looking at the drudge report it says looting spree in i don't i don't think there's much that going on because in taxes they of a motto you loot we shoot and mainly in florida the same thing goes on so uh we'll see what happens later on i have a uh the meteorologists coming up and more of a lie on becomes available eight six six six four seven seven three three seven plus i think the performance of the president in government in general in texas and florida with these two cat four hurricanes has been exemplary these are the only recorded history of having to cat four or five strike america within the same sees and and the struck within a 10day period so i anticipate is going to affect gdp to one extent or another but when you have people like uh the governor a governor abbot or governor scott in charge you don't have the same situation is when you have ray nagin the mayor is in prison federal prison for theft or kathleen blanco the idiotic denver craddock fool who is the mayor of louisiana one katrina ahead and the.
"ray nagin" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM
"You also have uh watch katrina and now you're watching was going on with harvey so what advice or council would you give the governor abbot about how to continue to handle these crises when we have katrina as a model that failed because mayor ray nagin news now in prison for stealing money pursuance who katrina and the governor there kathleen blanco louisiana was largely dysfunctional state continues to be a lot dysfunctional and therefore the quickly transferred to george borst the president failures of new orleans and louisiana the same things not happening in texas goes taxes is a phone channel place in which even a harris county doesn't function do ban but the rest of texas functions well when nine eleven happen we had rudi and we had put tacky we had functional people in charge of the clean up the mess which went on for months and months and months so uh yeah i am i like to think that what we have now is that taxes is the new york model and not the katrina model what do you see well bill that's what it seems like so far i'm impressed with governor abbot uh uh roofs bob uh it called out the national guard and when the magnitude became clear he called out the entire national guard uh to help out with this um uh just one other point that i think is important they tried to get him to criticize the mayor refused them for not evacuating the city when they had a huge advance notice and governor i comment was this is not the time for that this is the time for a response them i'm not going to criticise anybody i'm too we no that we've done everything we can to protect the people of houston in the surrounding area and that is the right response because what happened at katrina is you at everybody pointing fingers the mayor pointing up the feds you had the fed and warning at the state you have the date pointing out the.
"ray nagin" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600
"Now you take a look at the it might look like in has a seal their but you know what that is in many cases that is an interamerican seal and what it therefore is if you should have a fire any heats up it will swell up and seal that door them to protect from the cheers some smoke and water may be from the fireman that kind of thing so we got a caller let's see oh ko outdoor was the most gigging company that said two thousand kayak thank you derek and and if there was a caller that called in with that you know that is that is a very admirable thing to do and i think you know when you pull up um oh gosh different uh web pages and stuff often you'll see ways to contribute to a certain charities that certain things and done if you're able to help out to people in houston that's great not just used in louisiana san antonio san antonio i dunno houston asta nazi of it well the other words but you know what think about this this kind of the story came up today to was that i mentioned about what people are having to kind band together in their neighborhoods to protect himself this is not too far away from some some of you may read some of the books that are out there that are about mps and post two apocalyptic kind of things where people are having to protect what they've got the stuff well if you gotta if your neighborhood dark okay which is what it will be with the hurricane because the powers out and even if you're not underwater of you're sitting there in the middle of the night with a generator running that attracts people why should you have a generator why should you have food and you're in your for your refrigerator you're you're fruits are so so sometimes you got to be able to protect yourself to you recall that during the katrina which was ten years ago eleven years ago now i think than during two thousand six twelve years ago two thousand five do you know that ray nagin who was in the mayor of new orleans.
"ray nagin" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Way things are supposed to work allegedly you'd work together gather but there was such an five against bush forty three to resist a political effort to make de legitimate his presidency and the media is more than willing to attack republicans for anything and they normally give democrats of free pass especially black democrats so when ray nagin was shouting in hollywood balaguer nolan is going to be a cia auckland city and blanco was absent without leave the media was quick to blame george bush and i give and a lot of credit he hit a clean shot at the mayor of houston who said on thursday and friday hey by the way don't evacuate the city stay where you are and they have it was saying you know what if you can get out a dodge get out go north and it was so obvious that abbas had the opportunity to blow up the political career of the african american democratic mayor abused an didn't do it and that is what i call real leadership cry that leadership it's what you put the interest of the people ahead of the political and but at the moment m you know the time to reflect this when the crisis was over and that's not going to be certainly per week but maybe per month so governor abbot deserves a lot of credit he's focusing on the response from not on blaming are pointing fingers uh you know and i have a fame reaction when there was the gulf oil spill and and the first thing president obama did with go out again bp instead of focusing on organizing the greatest possible response to end met leak as quickly as possible he was immediately out there casting blame and there's plenty of time to cast blame when it's over bp was and should have been held accountable sure but but at the the crisis you deal with the crisis sort out who did what right and who did what wrong when it's over and bill i just wanna tell you one thing about the relevent that day the city the state the feds we're all working on our response and nobody had anticipated fell thing of this magnitude the most important decision.
"ray nagin" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Term one nine eleven struck new york which was the greatest catastrophe ever to hit our country outside the civil war and you also have a watch katrina now you're watching what's going on with harvey so up what advice or council would you give a governor abbot about how to continue to handle these crises when we have katrina as a model that failed because mayor ray nagin who's now in prison for stealing money pursuant to katrina and the governor there kathleen blanco louisiana was largely dysfunctional state continues to be a lot dysfunctional and therefore they quickly transferred to george bush the president failures of new orleans in louisiana the same things not happening in texas goes taxes is a functional place in which even a harris county dozen function do bad but the rest of texas functions well when nine eleven happen we had rudi and we had protac we had functional people in charge of the clean up in the mess which went on for months and months and months so as an i like to think that what we have now is that taxes is the new york model and not the katrina model what do you see well bill that could have cream so far i'm impressed with grit governor abbot ra uh it called out the national guard and one of the magnitude became clear he called out the entire national guard to help out with their and uh just one other point that i think is important they tried to get him to criticized the mayor houston for not evacuating city when they had a huge advance notice governor abbot comment with this not the contract this with a crime for a response them i'm not going to criticise anybody until we know that we've done everything we can to protect the people of houston in the surrounding area and that is the right response because what happened at katrina if you had everybody pointing fingers yet the mayor pointing at the mix you had the fed and warning of the state you have the date pointing at the the the city uh and it was a catastrophe so far it seems to me that uh governor abbot is providing tremendous leadership the city the state and uh president trump and the feds seem to be doing what is asked to them appropriately as well which is which is the.
"ray nagin" Discussed on WCTC
"What's funny is left this blame hurricane harvey on silly things global warming and donald trump what if this hurricane had been named donald i'm glad that didn't happen i don't know what else to say about it is one of the biggest disasters in houston history i don't know how going back how far we'll talk a little bit more about that but i know that the there's a record rainfall there and anna it reminds me of a y you because you've gotta go back to this right you've got to go back acta katrina is whether racists another big storm during the time of a white president the answer of course where there is racist heather saying that this is the fault of trump's presidency i'm not even joking about this and i say they say this is the fault of of the president of president trump same thing with katrina the former mayor turned inmate ray nagin said that he would rebuild new orleans and it would be a chocolate city and when he was making a comment the thing that was most striking about it was people behind him that you could hear a black folks going round rhino preach prone believe that in in the midst of all the suffering in the anguish that people are going through this guy comes out makes it political and then not only puts the political spin but color rises it and one of the producers of the show today was telling me that he came out the next day in talked about it wasn't races because you make chocolate with milk milk holy cow oh my goodness i saw this headline of the the hurricane and i don't remember where where was but it was a texans won't leave their pets behind and i was overjoyed because i have a dog and i wouldn't lead my dog behind in the event of a natural disaster so i can understand and i would go back and get little buster but along with the good the hidden high they had a graphic in holy mother michael vic it was a picture of a black do carrying and eighty pound pit bull now no jamaican you thinking because you because your profile or sea you went bacon at brother own that.
"ray nagin" Discussed on WLAC
"Joba start he was making in the middle of all of this go back to new orleans here for a second and the obama administration they spend billions in the wake of katrina to make new new orleans flood proven the upgraded a series of pumps to handle a niche per hour downpour but the hurricane bearing down on the city not only is the water coming down at a faster rate but the city's pumps systems failing and the new orleans mayor mich landrieu told reporters at one of the city's pumps broke just one week after being repaired sparking worry is about the rest of the city's pumping system as you see this storm now headed north and officials are unsure if they can fix the bump and timed barbie and that's something that that have been worried about and we're following down there too one cajun navy was shot at by houston lueders we've got the table get to that later in the program today used police officer drowned while trapped in the floods zone this is sad and it just remind you how difficult this rescue and recovery work can be for anybody but anyway drowned when his patrol cargo trapped in the storman and flood waters that these running into when the officer was driving to work downtown sunday morning you've got trapped on a high water market i fortyfive and search and rescue crews are in the process of recovering the body of this policemen of more than thirty years experience in our thoughts and prayers go out to him and his family was out there trying to save other people's lives used the mayor vows to protect the illegals during hurricane harvey of there's one ray nagin and this is i it's the houston mayor in november what happened in new orleans all hell broke loose nagin was nowhere to be found hanging out i'll tell you know eating probably hanging out with brian williams watching deadbug these float by when there is no dead bodies because there's no plugs zone whether talking about and then the police who were so underpaid in new orleans ended up saying forget this than walking off the job because they didn't have the ability.