As you all know, I do not endorse candidates for political office. A friend of mine, though, asked if I’d publish his broadsheet campaigning to have the Obama administration appoint retired US Army General Russ Honoré to head the Federal Emergency Management Administration. I think it’s a great idea, and since one doesn’t run for FEMA head, it doesn’t violate our no-political-endorsement policy. Plus, General Honore is one of my favorite leaders, and did an outstanding job during Katrina. I have had the honor to meet the general on several occasions. He is a dynamic and decisive leader, and his talents will go far in fixing FEMA if appointed to its head. Watch out bureaucrats and poor leaders, trouble is coming your way.
So here it is: