Friday, August 11, 2006


New Orleans Man Drives FEMA Trailer To Washington D.C. In Hopes Of Meeting Bush

NEW ORLEANS (Wireless Flash - FlashNews) – Would you believe there are some New Orleans residents who want to thank President George W. Bush for how he handled Hurricane Katrina?

And one of them, restaurant consultant Rockey Vaccarella, is heading up to Washington, D.C., to do it in person.

Vaccarella spent most of the storm on a rooftop hanging on to a rope but still appreciates the FEMA trailer he received in the aftermath of the flooding.

So, starting on August 18, Vaccarella is heading to Washington, D.C., in his FEMA trailer in hopes of meeting the President and shaking his hand on August 22.

Vaccarella isn’t coming empty-handed. He’s bringing along a certified Louisiana chef to make “Dubya” and Laura Bush an authentic Cajun meal.

But Vaccarella does have a message with his meal: Reminding the President that the rebuilding of New Orleans is not yet complete and “to do whatever is possible” so that Big Easy residents can return home.

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