Let's Compare . . .
A Carnival cruise ship got stranded on Monday, rendering it without electricity. The next day, sixty-thousand pounds of food and water were quickly airlifted to a U.S. Navy aircraft carrier which delivered the supplies to the 3,300 passengers -- in the middle of the ocean. When the passengers disembarked two days later, there were over 100 personnel waiting to help them with their travel plans.
My, what an efficient operation!
Now, let's compare that to the folks in New Orleans during Katrina . . .