George Bush: ”I think there ought to be zero tolerance of people breaking the law during an emergency such as this — whether it be looting, or price gouging at the gasoline pump, or taking advantage of charitable giving or insurance fraud. And I’ve made that clear to our attorney general. The citizens ought to be working together.”
“I don’t treat my dog like that–I buried my dog–You can do everything for other countries but you can’t do nothing for your own people. You can go overseas with the military but you can’t get them down here.” New Orleans resident, Daniel Edwards, one one of thousands of people stranded at the Superdome with no services and more than one dead body lying out in the heat, quoted in NYTimes.

George Bush: ”I think there ought to be zero tolerance of people breaking the law during an emergency such as this — whether it be looting, or price gouging at the gasoline pump, or taking advantage of charitable giving or insurance fraud. And I’ve made that clear to our attorney general. The citizens ought to be working together.”
“I don’t treat my dog like that–I buried my dog–You can do everything for other countries but you can’t do nothing for your own people. You can go overseas with the military but you can’t get them down here.” New Orleans resident, Daniel Edwards, one one of thousands of people stranded at the Superdome with no services and more than one dead body lying out in the heat, quoted in NYTimes.