"We're going to be there for the folks in Monroe Oklahoma."
I'm surprised he didn't say Mogadishu Oklahoma.
"'Heck of a job, Brownie' calls Bush inattentive 'fratboy'
By David Jackson, USA TODAY
Updated 2011-06-10 2:09 PM
By Tim Dillon, USA TODAY
White House aides at the time would tell you that President George W. Bush made his famous comment, "Brownie, you're doing a heck of a job," in order to bolster the spirits of the embattled FEMA director Michael Brown during the ordeal of Hurricane Katrina.
It doesn't look like Brown is returning the favor.
In a new book, Brown describes Bush as a "fratboy" who "didn't get" how bad things were in Louisiana right after the 2005 storm.
Bush "failed to comprehend the magnitude of the story, the critical timing for evacuation, and the services and personnel that was needed," Brown writes in Deadly Indifference: The Perfect (Political) Storm. "The president didn't get it at first. Not many people did."..."