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Nashville – a city of which to be proud

The flood no one has heard of.

Why?

No whining, no crying, no asking where government is – just handling it. Good old fashioned all America self-reliance.

~McQ

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10 Responses to Nashville – a city of which to be proud

  • Where are the looters?   Stark contrast to New Orleans.

    • It may be instructive to look at the difference and try to discern exactly why Nashville handles it’s business and New Orleans didn’t.

  • Disclaimer:  I am an Air Force Public Affairs person for this unit. 

    That being said, the only functioning segment (and even that could be argued) of the federal government did help out some over the weekend in Tenn.  Wish they could have done more.

    http://www.1af.acc.af.mil/news/story.asp?id=123202824

  • Disclaimer:  I am an Air Force Public Affairs representative for this unit. 

    That being said, the only functioning part (and even that could be argued) of the federal government was in Tennessee helping out and we all wish we could have done more.  Not trying to flout the response, jsut let it be known.    http://www.1af.acc.af.mil/news/story.asp?id=123202824

  • I have tried to comment twice and nothing is happening.  Wierd

    • I am trying to link to a website showing some assistance that did happen, just to raise awareness but whenever the link is there the comment will not post.

      • It got caught in the spam queue. I freed up one copy for ya. Sorry for the trouble.

      • All links from new commenters get kicked into a que for moderation or spam, unfortunately. It even happens to some long time commenters. The key is the system is looking for spam and links often trigger it to throw the message into the spam pile.

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