Maybe I missed it, but I have a question: Where's the global relief effort for us today?
When this kind of stuff happens to other folks, we're there. When this kind of stuff happens to us, who's here?
I know we're a rich country. But I think it a bit rich so few call to wish us well in this country. Perhaps some have and perhaps I've missed it.
Still, others never miss a chance to bash us if we've done something wrong or done nothing at all.
All I know is a lot of poor folks here got hit here. Would it kill the same foreigners we've helped there, to offer support here?
I don't expect a telethon. But how about a call on a telephone?
Maybe some countries have offered rescue personnel. I just haven't seen them. I'll keep looking. I'll keep waiting. I'll keep wondering.
All I know is for now, the silence is deafening. And the water in New Orleans isn't the only thing that stinks.
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