Sunday, September 04, 2005

New Orleans mayor fears the CIA will take him out.

I'm not kidding. This is what he said.

New Orleans Mayor Ray Nagin said he's feeling better about his city, he feels confident he has gotten the attention of Gov. Kathleen Blanco and President Bush, but he said he fears the Central Intelligence Agency may take him out because he's been yelling at these officials.

He didn't say it once. He said it twice.

Last night he told a reporter for the Associated Press: "If the CIA slips me something and next week you don't see me, you'll all know what happened."

Today he told interviewers for CNN on a live broadcast he feared the "CIA might take me out."
I am not sure that the CIA has the resources to take out Mayor Nagin right now, they might be busy covering up the evidence that they killed Justice Rehnquist to avert the media scrutiny over Bush's handling of hurricane Katrina.


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pappy said...

The Mayor is a real nut case. I dont understand why they didnt follow their own diaster plan?

Free Agency Rules said...


So now your getting the comments spam?

Yep, the Mayor knows that the best way to divert attention to your mistakes is to point the finger at someone else.

Don't you know that Bush put in a word to God to get rid of the low lifes in the South?

How silly is that?

Everything is Bush's Fault, Right?

Wasn't Bush in charge of the Corps of Engineers in 1972 when the "Clean Water Act" should have made them jump on the Levy problem?


Ryan Clark Holiday said...

thanks for the direct quote.. :)