Guess who Bush just appointed as the acting head of FEMA? Yes, you
guessed it. The idiot who caused the "duct tape" scare two years ago.
Yes, David Paulison, a top official in Homeland Security, has
just been appointed by Bush as the acting new head of FEMA.
President George W. Bush on Monday named David Paulison, a top official in the
Homeland Security Department, to replace Michael Brown on an acting basis as
head of the Federal Emergency Management Agency.
This is the same David Paulison who gave us the infamous "duct
tape" scare a little over two years ago.
Americans have apparently heeded the U.S. government's advice to prepare
for terror attacks, emptying hardware store shelves of duct tape.
On Tuesday, less than 24 hours after U.S. Fire Administrator David Paulison
described a list of useful items, stores in the greater Washington, D.C. area
reported a surge in sales of plastic sheeting, duct tape, and other emergency
Great. So we've gone from Brownie (aka Drownie) to Duckie.
Is it impossible for Bush to appoint anyone competent to head any agency?