Ex-FEMA head to start disaster planning firmBrown fiercely criticized for agency's slow response to Hurricane Katrina
DENVER - Former FEMA Director Michael Brown, heavily criticized for his agency’s slow response to Hurricane Katrina, is starting a disaster preparedness consulting firm to help clients avoid the sort of errors that cost him his job.
“If I can help people focus on preparedness, how to be better prepared in their homes and better prepared in their businesses — because that goes straight to the bottom line — then I hope I can help the country in some way,” Brown told the Rocky Mountain News for its Thursday editions.
Brown said officials need to “take inventory” of what’s going on in a disaster to be able to answer questions to avoid appearing unaware of how serious a situation is.
File under "ARE YOU FUCKING KIDDING ME WITH THIS?"
Maybe his first client will be the RNC, afterall - they're the ones with the confidence in his abilities... shovelling horse shit.