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  • The Bush administration can't investigate its own failures,
    (Mary Landrieu)

  • worth saving, but they are worth every penny of a complete rebuilding effort.
    (Mary Landrieu)

  • This was welcome news of a change of course.
    (Mary Landrieu)

  • Let's hope that the hurricane does not hit at a Category 4 strength and let's hope the lessons we've learned - the painful, tragic lessons that have been learned in the last few weeks - will best prepare us for what could happen with Rita.
    (Mary Landrieu)

  • While my state experiences unemployment rates not seen since the Great Depression, it is unconscionable that illegal workers would be brought into Louisiana, aggravating our employment crisis and depressing earnings for our workers.
    (Mary Landrieu)


  • For the last 50 years, the federal government has taken out of the Gulf Coast $165 billion in taxes that came from oil and gas off of our coast that went to the federal Treasury, to rebuild all places in America except the place that it came from.
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  • The people of our states have survived storms before. That was not what put us under. It was the levee system that broke in New Orleans.
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  • We know how people like to have their houses built and where they want to stay, ... While we appreciate the help in rebuilding and expect attention and support unprecedented in the nation, it will be led by the people of Louisiana, Mississippi and Alabama.
    (Mary Landrieu)

  • The military will come. I promise it. Until they do, you have to stabilize it.
    (Mary Landrieu)

  • From politics and business to music and food to culture, African-Americans have helped to shape our state's colorful past and its future.
    (Mary Landrieu)

  • I intend to find out why the federal response, particularly the response of FEMA, was so incompetent and insulting to the people of our states.
    (Mary Landrieu)

  • Over my dead body will you put the blame on mayors, city council members -- Republicans or Democrats -- and local elected officials,
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  • Many members of Congress are very displeased with this very slow pace, ... The new rules are purposely drafted to close loopholes that currently exist.
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  • Mr. President, time is of the essence. People are dying by the hour. There are not enough morgues. Please act.
    (Mary Landrieu)

  • The president picked a very inspiring spot to make this speech. The image is worth many words in terms of what Jackson Square and the cathedral mean to New Orleans and what New Orleans means to the nation. ... His three proposals are innovative and bold.
    (Mary Landrieu)


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