J. Katrina Blackwell hates the anniversary of the worst natural disaster in U.S. history. When you want to run the Bush Bantustan of Ohio and you’re counting on peeling black voters from the Republican Party, there’s nothing more disturbing than to recall black faces floating down the streets of New Orleans and desperate African Americans trapped on roofs. Once Ohio’s African American voters are reminded that Blackwell is a front for the Bush crime family, and he’s never really called their policies into question in New Orleans, his black vote evaporates. 

So, when you think of the anniversary of the greatest domestic policy failure in our nation’s history, remember that a vote for Ken Blackwell is a vote for Bush and his racist Katrina policy. 

4 replies
  1. coyote
    coyote says:

    People were dead in the streets for lack of attention, in this, the world’s richest and most caring nation.

    I had a hard time looking any African American in the eye after this had happened. I am ashamed of the deliberate attempt at racial cleansing this administration had shown by their obvious apathy and lack of real attention to the threat before and after this natural disaster.

    Ken Blackwell, we hold you accountable for this administration’s actions because it was you that was ultimately responsible for suppressing the vote in Ohio in 2004.

    You blatantly obfuscated the process and now, it seems, because of a continued precinct by precinct, county by county review of ballots, handed Bush and the corporate hacks, the keys that did not belong to you.

    Don’t you associate yourself with the hacks that murder, rape, and exploit the citizenry of this country and the world?

    Yes, you have religion. What religion, I don’t know. Could it be Satan?

  2. dael4
    dael4 says:


    New York Times

    Ohio to Delay Destruction of Presidential Ballots
    With paper ballots from the 2004 presidential election in Ohio scheduled to be destroyed next week, the secretary of state in Columbus, under pressure from critics, said yesterday that he would move to delay the destruction at least for several months.

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