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«I assume the president’s going to say he got bad intelligence… I think that wherever you see poverty, whether it’s in the white rural community or the black urban community, you see that the resources have been sucked up into the war and tax cuts for the rich.» — Congressman Charles B. Rangel

«Many black people feel that their race, their property conditions and their voting patterns have been a factor in the response… I’m not saying that myself, but what’s self-evident is that you have many poor people without a way out.» — Rev. Jesse Jackson

«In New Orleans, the disaster’s impact underscores the intersection of race and class in a city where fully two-thirds of its residents are black and more than a quarter of the city lives in poverty. In the Lower Ninth Ward neighborhood, which was inundated by the floodwaters, more than 98 percent of the residents are black and more than a third live in poverty.»
— David Gonzalez, NY Times

«Here’s what I believe. I believe that the great city of New Orleans will rise again and be a greater city of New Orleans. (Applause.) I believe the town where I used to come from, Houston, Texas, to enjoy myself — occasionally too much — (laughter) — will be that very same town, that it will be a better place to come to. That’s what I believe.»
— George W. Bush

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