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Hurricane Katrina

   
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It was once again vacation time. And the preparations were not made, the plans were not laid, the response was then not forthcoming" (Gore). President Bush was indeed on vacation playing golf and eating birthday cake when Katrina hit, New Orleans flooded and the Gulf Coast was devastated...
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President Bush was indeed on vacation playing golf and eating birthday cake when Katrina hit, New Orleans flooded and the Gulf Coast was devastated. Katrina struck Florida late Thursday, August 25, as a Category 1 hurricane with 85 mile per hour winds and a 3?4 foot storm surge, but the storm's path was still unknown...
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