Did Rush Limbaugh Have the Nerve to Compare the Iowa Flood Victims to the then Hurricane Katrina Refugees?

Did Rush Limbaugh Have the Nerve to Compare the Iowa Flood Victims to the then Hurricane Katrina Refugees? First of all why are the victims of the Iowa flooding being called victims by the media, while the victims of Hurricane Katrina were called refugees by the media? The authorities have sped to assist these residents which is much different than the government’s response to Hurricane Katrina. Is there not a limit to his racist rants? Much of what was heard on the happenings in Hurricane Katrina were exaggerated! Mr. Limbaugh, did you remember that New Orleans’ residents were prohibited from leaving New Orleans? The people in Iowa can just drive away! He called Iowa the heartland and backbone of America. Was Rush using code language? Did he just want to say those good white folks in Iowa are more honorable than the black residents of New Orleans?

Is Our Government Handling the Floods in the Midwest Better Than They Handled Hurricane Katrina?

Is Our Government Handling the Floods in the Midwest Better Than They Handled Hurricane Katrina? Keith Olbermann reports on the flooding in the Midwest and the response by the Bush administration, the McCain Campaign, and the Obama campaign. Rachel Maddow weighs in. I have one more question. Why are the Midwest Flood Victims being called flood victims, when the flood victims in New Orleans were being called refugees?

Former New Orleans Mayor Marc Morial on Hurricane Katrina!

Former New Orleans Mayor Marc Morial on Hurricane Katrina!