Hogan's Alley

Monday, September 19, 2005

Mississippi Tacking Care of Business in Absence of FEMA

Far from the madding crowd of media types swarming around NOLA, the people of the Magnolia State's Gulf Coast seem to be a great job in the face of a non-existent and now sluggish Federal response in the aftermath of Katrina. The WAPO reports how local officials did what they had to do, by any means necessary, to help their people survive.

Hat tip to Andrew Sullivan and one of his annoymous correspondents.