A very nice comprehensive list, with links to the details.
Just remember these points when you hear those on the right trying to shift the blame to local officials (who are not without fault).
It was more than just New Orleans that was flooded and pleading for the promised help. St. Benards Parrish, and those south and east of the city were also devastated and unaided.
It was more than just Louisiana that denounced the failures of the federal response. Many in Mississippi felt a doubly cursed, ignored by both the government and the media.
And, as noted here, some of those hard hit by last years hurricane are still adrift.
Forman's place is FEMA City, a dusty, baking, treeless collection of almost 500 trailers that was set up by the federal emergency agency last fall to house more than 1,500 people made homeless by Hurricane Charley, one of the most destructive storms in recent Florida history. The free shelter was welcomed by thankful survivors back then; almost a year later, most are still there -- angry, frustrated, depressed and increasingly desperate.
"FEMA City is now a socioeconomic time bomb just waiting to blow up,"
Like the old joke goes, how do you know when a Bush apologist is lying?
Their lips are moving.