Monday, September 26, 2005
The story reads: CBS News correspondent Gloria Borger reports that Michael Brown, who recently resigned as the head of the FEMA, has been rehired by the agency as a consultant to evaluate it's response following Hurricane Katrina.
Doesn't this administration have any sense of decency? I mean to use the man who resigned in disgrace due to the bungling response of his department to consult on that response is just inconceivable.
Using this standard, here are 10 other possible consultants that could have sat on famous investigations in the past.
10: Osama Bin Laden to lead the 9/11 commission.
9: Sadaam Hussien to oversee the U.N. weapons inspectors.
8: Rush Limbaugh, lead consultant to the national Drug Czar.
7: Ron Jeremy to advise the Meese pornography commission.
6: Monica Lewinsky as staff researcher for Henry Hyde during the Clinton Impeachment.
5: G Gordon Liddy as lead investigator for the House Judiciary Committee during Watergate.
4: Benedict Arnold to investigate the proposed surrender of West Point to British forces in 1780.
3: Dick Cheney to advise on price gouging by Halliburton.
2: David Duke to research the holocaust.
1: Robert Oppenhiemer to find the cause for all that glass in the Nevada desert.
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