"Brownie, you're doing a heck of a job at irony": Ex FEMA chief starts disaster preparedness firm

Former FEMA boss Michael Brown, who was beaten up over the ineffectiveness of his agency in the wake of Hurricane Katrina and later resigned, has started a disaster preparedness firm.

Hey, don’t laugh. If Jimmy Carter can be considered an expert on how to run a country, Brown can help people prepare for disasters.

Brown, whose emails to his secretary and others during Katrina helped put the final nails in his public coffin, now awaits word on when New Orleans Mayor Ray Nagin will start his company, “Bus-B-Dry“.

The message from Brown’s secretary advising him to “roll your sleeves up” when appearing in public somehow instead ended up in Bush’s e-mail


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