Letter to Director of George Bush Museum

Demand that the Director of the President Bush Museum,
which operates on $6 million of annual taxpayer dollars,
REVISE its exhibit to include the failed federal levees 
during Katrina and the failed federal response. 



1-25 of 533 signatures
Number Date Name
533 1 year ago Sandy Rosenthal
532 6.3 years ago Dennis Formento
531 6.8 years ago Anonymous I was in the fifth year of caring for our mother who had Alzheimer's. We were living in a rented house at the time of the flood. She was only 69 then and was in the mid stages of the disease. ...
530 6.8 years ago Anonymous
529 6.8 years ago emilia Aguinaga
528 6.8 years ago Anonymous The leaders of the free world should not need to hide behind lies and false histories. If we truly mean to be the real Leaders of the Free World, we must have the courage to be honest about our mis...
527 6.8 years ago Marian Tallon
526 6.9 years ago carole yano
525 6.9 years ago Jill Cazaubon
524 6.9 years ago Pamela Lyles George Bush needs to tell the truth about what happened.
523 6.9 years ago yann beauvois
522 6.9 years ago Angela Joachim
521 6.9 years ago Kayla Mallery
520 6.9 years ago Pamela McCall
519 6.9 years ago Mary Mysing-Gubala
518 6.9 years ago Donald McNabb
517 6.9 years ago Anonymous
516 6.9 years ago barbara gaston
515 6.9 years ago Deborah Coleman
514 6.9 years ago michele eliezer I believe that Presidents Bush's dismal response to Katrina should be recognized in the Library reflecting one of his many failures as the leader of this nation. Also, the failure of the Corps shoul...
513 6.9 years ago Karen Lagasse
512 6.9 years ago Kay King Please make this an historical site for the hearts and souls of New Orleans Thank you, Kay King
511 6.9 years ago Malcolm Burns
510 6.9 years ago diann Dietrich I lived in St. Bernard, Chalmette, La. southeast of New Orleans where the Miss. River Gulf Outlet failed flooding the entire parish. Thousands of people lost lives and ten's of thousands lost thei...
509 6.9 years ago Jill Varisco
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