On Five Year Anniversary of Katrina, Last Victims Led from Superdome

On 5 Year Anniversary of Katrina, Last Victims Led from Superdome

New Orleans, LA— Not one to leave a job half finished, President Obama completed what his predecessor could not in the devastating aftermath of Hurricane Katrina.  The President, accompanied by an entourage of secret service, entered the Superdome on 8/29 and conducted a thorough search of the facility.  Approximately one hour later, Obama emerged with a shaky Jacob and Helena Jefferson on his arm.  Medical supplies food and water were handed to the couple, as they were ushered into awaiting ambulances. 

“This marks the end of Operation Deliver Agua,” said Obama, a mission that started five-years ago when the government attempted, but failed, to deliver food and water to the Superdome—the very place where they asked people to rendezvous after the storm.

When competence of the former administration was brought into question, Obama said, “This isn’t about blame.  Blame isn’t working anymore.  This is about…I don’t know what this is about, but it was a great photo op.”

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