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September 09, 2005


He's not "out", he's merely been given a break. In two months, he'll "resign", and two months after that, he'll be given the Medal of Freedom for "a heck of a job."

Not "out" by a long shot according to this passage from the Wash. Post:

"Chertoff explained the recall of Brown and his replacement by Allen as dictated by a move to "the next phase of operations" in the hurricane relief effort. He said the FEMA director needs to be in Washington to carry out broader responsibilities, including potentially managing "other kinds of disasters" and dealing with additional hurricanes."

He's still the head of FEMA. Broader responsibilities? Like what? Protecting us against a terrorist attack?

Bush still refuses to "fire" anyone for screwing up, even if the gaff results in American deaths.

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