This piece was very well put. In this world of “it’s everybody’s fault but mine,” it is refreshing to read the words in this piece. I am from South Central Louisiana and we feel very deeply for the people in those areas. I support Mr. Bush and I hate to think what would have happened should it have been someone else in that office. I feel he is, by the grace of God, in the place that he is destined to be. As far as our State government, it definitely needs better leadership and many of us from this area have been trying to change that. Maybe, as tragic as this is, it may open many eyes to the truth and put Louisiana in a different direction. I love my State and I wouldn’t trade it for the world. If, as you said, all the negative energy wasted on finger-pointing could be channeled into to positive ideas and work, we certainly could and will rise above this challenge.p>Again, thanks for the piece… br> — Brenda Bahr br> A Cajun from South Central Louisiana
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