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FEMA's Deputy Political Hack on CNN taking no responsibility

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Those FEMA "leaders" are amazing. They just are not reality based. CNN just interviewed Patrick Rhode, the Deputy Director of FEMA. What a pig. The buck doesn't stop at, no, no. It's everyone else's fault.

So who is Patrick Rhode, who is charged with saving us in the event of a disaster?

He's a political hack, not a guy with any Emergency Services background:

Before joining FEMA, Mr. Rhode was associate administrator at the U.S. Small Business Administration and White House liaison for the Department of Commerce. His first position with the Bush Administration was as special assistant to the President and deputy director of National Advance Operations, a position he assumed in January 2001.

Previously, Mr. Rhode served as deputy director of National Advance Operations for the George W. Bush Presidential Campaign, in Austin, Texas. His other professional credits include serving in communications and public affairs roles in the Texas Department of Agriculture, the Texas Department of Housing and Community Affairs, and Entergy Corporation. Earlier in his career, Mr. Rhode was an anchor/reporter with network affiliated television stations in Alabama and Arkansas.
Just sure explains why he can't tell the truth....and doesn't this make you feel safe? Holy Shit, FEMA is a dumping ground for the political hacks.


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