SITUATION NORMAL, ALL FEMA'D UP
September 8, 2005 -- The demands to fire FEMA director Michael Brown for his exceptionally poor performance in overseeing the federal government's emergency response to Katrina should be heeded ("Catastrophic Failure," Sept. 3).
Unfortunately, however, Brown need not worry too much.
Surely, his poor performance should earn him the same reward as did the poor performance of Paul Bremer, who oversaw deteriorating conditions throughout post-war Iraq, and George Tenet, who oversaw the "slam dunk" search for missing weapons of mass destruction.
Brown is now eminently qualified to...