Tuesday, September 20, 2005

A Call to Action

The horrible legacy of Katrina continues to shock and shame the nation. Last night's defeat of the New Orleans Saints by the New York Giants drives a stake in the heart of compassion.

It's not too late to insure the Saints win this year's Super Bowl. Contact the NFL. Let them know that you will not tolerate insensitivy towards the homeless victims of Hurricane Katrina. Demand that the New Orleans Saints be given the Lombardi Trophy immediately. Then call your favorite team. Demand that they go easy on the Saints. They've been through enough already.

Write letters to your Congressman, your Senator, the Vice-President (who sill succeed GWB if he's impeached), and he President. Convince them that the only way to make up for the Katrina debacle is make the Saints Super Bowl XL champions!

Together, we can make a difference. Remember: Life isn't fair, that's why we have to act!

2 Comments:

Blogger Jill said...

You must be kidding. The Saints dont have a home field. The texans dont have a team.

10:58 AM  
Blogger Jeffrey said...

1)The fact that the Saints don't have a home field is exactly my point. FEMA should be guaranteeing them a trophy! I can't beleive your insensitivity.
2)Good point. Allow me to rephrase: Contact your home home and tell them to go easy on the Saints. Unless they suck. Then don't bother.

11:12 AM  

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