When 60 Minutes came to town and Nagin was dogged by the reporter about our slow recovery he was his usual self (i.e. fire, ready, aim), referring to NYC’s failure to fix their 9/11 ‘hole in the ground.’ Of course, when he recently visited NYC to drum up business for our flagging city he first had to apologize for his goofball comments. I suppose he wants credit now for admitting his prior comments were insensitive. Here’s what he says now: "I will never refer to that site as a hole, …It’s a a sacred site that’s currently in an undeveloped state."
Just like his mind, except for the ‘sacred’ part.
P.S. If you want a better practice, start using the 80/20 Principle.
what kind of backwater are you guys running down there where people can’t even speak and ask questions at community meetings?
what is up with this?