Thursday, September 08, 2005
FEMA Predictions from 2001
At a 2001 FEMA meeting that discussed the most likely disaster scenarios in the U.S., the top three that were discussed were a terrorist attack in New York, a flood of New Orleans, and a major earthquake in California. How prophetical...it is also absolutely vital that everyone learns from Katrina so the response to the next disaster is speedy and includes as strong a security presence as possible. Without security, everything else ends in chaos (as we also learned in Iraq) and takes many times longer to accomplish than it should. In this case, I do agree with George Will's latest commentary in Newsweek. Another insightful commentary can be found on Zenpundit.