My Favorite Quotes
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 Kathleen Blanco - “We're offering them the opportunity to continue to serve in the Guard and help us rebuild southeast Louisiana, ... That will keep them employed. This will be an opportunity to tide them over.”
 Henry Blanco - “I told you this is my lucky number,”
 Kathleen Blanco - “show the nation we can work across old boundaries. ... We can succeed only if we put aside politics and partisanship.”
 Kathleen Blanco - “We will be either loading them by boat, helicopter, anything that is necessary, ... Good Morning America.”
 Kathleen Blanco - “Quote You know, it's not like people are just there because they want to be there. They're there because they're trapped in the city. ... Good Morning America”
 Kathleen Blanco - “Popular governors are popular when they have a lot of money, ... This is a tough session when you have a nearly 1 billion shortfall.”
 Kathleen Blanco - “They pulled the Jefferson Parish phone numbers along with the Jefferson Davis Parish numbers, ... Once they realized their mistake, they stopped the calls in Jefferson.”
 Kathleen Blanco - “Quality education is the measure of strong and healthy communities, ... If we really expect a rebirth in the City of New Orleans, a quality public school system is absolutely essential.”
 Kathleen Blanco - “They've been running buses in through the night. We're going to get them out, either by boat, lift them out by helicopter, or if we can walk them to the buses, we'll do it. Whatever is necessary, whatever measure is necessary is what we'll do.”
 Kathleen Blanco - “Send Bush here and we'll make him a po' boy and tell him to leave us alone,”
 Kathleen Blanco - “We have everything it takes now to make this work like a finely oiled machine, ... We're going to do it faster than anyone expects us to do it.”
 Kathleen Blanco - “We have been waiting for this funding since President Bush made his moving speech on Jackson Square in September. Please do not make us wait any longer.”
 Kathleen Blanco - “We've got to make their living conditions a little more decent. A lot more decent, as a matter of fact, because living conditions in the dome are deteriorating rapidly -- no power, no water, hard to get food, supplies in.”
 Kathleen Blanco - “We are seeing a show of force. It's putting confidence back in our hearts and in the minds of our people, ... We're going to make it through.”
 Kathleen Blanco - “We cannot simply re-create what those storms destroyed, ... We must make the new Louisiana, smarter, safer and stronger.”
 Kathleen Blanco - “Much of the storm-ravaged area will never be the same, but that does not mean our people and institutions can't emerge stronger and better, ... We cannot simply re-create what the storms destroyed. We must make the new Louisiana smarter, safer and stronger.”
 Kathleen Blanco - “At the state level, we must take a careful look at what went wrong and make sure it never happens again, ... The buck stops here, and as your governor, I take full responsibility.”
 Kathleen Blanco - “I know I don't need to make any other introduction other than Mr. President,'”
 Kathleen Blanco - “We pray that the loss of life is very limited, but we fear that is not the case.”
 Kathleen Blanco - “If there's a loss of life, it will be minimal,”
 Kathleen Blanco - “The effort to restore our state requires a daring, yet realistic plan. A plan based on input from people in all walks of life. A plan created from the ground up. A plan driven by local needs. A plan inspired by innovation, ... We cannot simply re-create what the storms destroyed. We must make the new Louisiana smarter, safer and stronger.”
 Kathleen Blanco - “We keep getting reports in some places that maybe water is coming over the levees. We heard a report, unconfirmed, I think, we have not breached the levee. I think we have not breached the levee at this time.”
 Kathleen Blanco - “I know the pain Oliver is in, and I know the pain our citizens are in, ... We just have to keep on asking for patience and asking them to endure, even more than they have already endured. These people coming in have been in stress since Monday. It is Saturday. Our heart goes out to them.”
 Kathleen Blanco - “We've fought hurricanes before. You know, we think we are hurricane-smart and there's some normal things that go on during the aftermath of a serious hurricane, but this is not normal. This is past the normal thing that we normally have dealt with over the years,”
 Henry Blanco - “He just has a passion for the game.”

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