Monday, September 01, 2008

michael brown: "we need more manhattan projects"

I knew what he was trying to say on this morning's Today Show.  He wanted to make the point that we need more private sector "big projects" in this country that benefit from streamlined bureaucratic processes in the interest of achieving big goals, such as re-building New Orleans.

But when Michael Brown, former FEMA Director, tried to make this point to Hoda Kotb by saying. . .

We need more Manhattan Projects.

. . .I don't think that was the sort of example he should have used.  

Or was it?  As Oscar Wilde said, "The only thing worse than being talked about is not being talked about."  And whaddya know, here I am talking about him.  Mission Accomplished.

It wasn't even a private-sector project. It was a. . . well, we all know what it was.

You can visit Michael "Heck of a job Brownie" Brown on the web at The Michael Brown Blog where "you have the right to speak your mind."  So show Mr. Brown some love and leave him some comments.  It is, after all, your right.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

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