A Brave Man’s Sorrow – Broussard

Washington is full of men and women who think that a solemn face and dark,expensive clothes mark them as members of the ruling class.

Perhaps they do.  If that is the case, it is no wonder we are such a dull, self obsessed lot in this town.

On Sunday Tim Russert spoke on "Meet the Press" with Jefferson Parish President Aaron Broussard who has literally been in the "soup" for the last week, trying to deal with the life and death problems of real Americans, not the phony squabbling over influence and contracts that makes of so much of life in the capital of the United States.

Watch the video to see a "government man" who lives with his people.

Pat Lang

http://movies.crooksandliars.com/Meet-the-Press-Broussard.wmv

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1 Response to A Brave Man’s Sorrow – Broussard

  1. carol says:

    Mr Broussard —–a good man .His greatest fear came true .
    http://www.americaswetland.com/article.cfm?id=241&cateid=2&pageid=3&cid=16
    Parishes Against Coastal Erosion (PACE) Response to the Bush Administration’s June 14, 2005 Policy Statement on the Proposed Energy Act of 2005
    By Parishes Against Coastal Erosion
    Our coast and its wetlands is a system on the verge of collapse. Without wetlands to buffer storms, our people and property and the nation’s energy supply are at risk.
    (snip )
    PACE believes we are completely within our right to ask the federal government to share money generated from offshore oil and gas revenues with the coastal states that bear a disproportionate burden in supporting this nation’s energy needs.
    Louisiana’s congressional delegation has urged Congress for more than a decade to return to the state a fair share of the revenue from the production of offshore oil and gas both because of the impact of offshore production on Louisiana and because interior states get 50% of revenues from oil and gas production on federal lands.
    The president has supported the concept, but has backed off when it comes to funding the restoration effort. PACE believes Louisiana can no longer afford to wait. Louisiana urgently needs guaranteed resources to thwart a catastrophe that is not being given the sense of urgency that it demands.
    (snip)
    Restoring the damage hastened by years of inland and offshore drilling is clearly a national responsibility.
    The President, in this Policy Statement, has failed us. To sidestep this as a key issue would be a serious deficiency, in the Energy Bill, and the entire nation will suffer as a consequence.
    .( snip)
    With the National Hurricane Center predicting another active hurricane season, PACE President Aaron Broussard said he fears that it is going to take a major storm and significant loss of life before the nation acts responsibly.
    If you have any questions, please contact Jefferson Parish President and PACE President, Aaron Broussard at (504) 736—-

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