I just looked at CNN.com and there was no mention of this. Apparently the heart attack of Joan "Palestinians deserve to be dead" Rivers was more important to report. But we shouldn't forget this incident, as it led to the deaths of nearly 2,000 Americans and arguably the end of Bush's efficacy as president. Who got fired over the *criminally negligent* handling of that fiasco? That's an important question to ask after every disastrous event that was obviously mishandled. When the answer is "no one," or worse ... "Heck of a job, Brownie!" you have to wonder if it was truly a case of incompetency. This article proclaims FEMA's deliberate sabotage of Hurricane relief efforts. What really happened that day? And why does the media want us to forget about it?