American Public Starting to Wise-Up to Bush's Handling of the Katrina Aftermath
Americans are losing confidence that the federal government will wisely spend billions of dollars set aside for recovery from Hurricane Katrina, an AP-Ipsos poll found.
"They're doing a bad job with the money," said Larry Washington, of Bonham, Texas, who complained about companies from outside the region getting rich, noncompetitive contracts to build mobile shelters at the expense of local businesses.
"I guess they just want to make the corporations rich," he said. "They're doing it for their buddies."