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Donnie McDaniel

I was hoping to meet many others too. I at least got to meet Adrastos and Dangerblond. As I said before, if Nagin doesn't get it after that, then he may never. It was impressive to see that many people come together in unity.

Marco

Not to slight any of the other NOLA bloggers, but it's tough to beat The ProFess' in rant mode. Ed. B. live was pretty damn good too.

Sophmom

Dang, Ashley, great post. I thought Scout's little picture comparison was dead on too, but you blew it at the close when you said, "At this point, the only example." You sell yourself and your little band of blogging, marching patriots short, darlin'. You guys are the leaders. No shit.

GentillyGirl

We are the leaders of the city. All of us, from so many diverse backgrounds, can institute change, and that's a change for the better.

For the suppossed "leaders" of this city, byde this tryst: there is a new day dawning, and you ain't part of it.

Lisa

Awesome post as always. You have a great way with words.

Kelly

Great post. However, I'm all for cracking down on littering. I used to live near a Popeye's and watch people walk by my house and throw their trash into the street. Throwing trash into a trash can is the lowest level of personal responsiblity and if you can't master that then there are going to be problems.

TM

I was disappointed not to meet you too, Ash. I kept looking for a red-headed man in a black beret' and a snare drum but no luck.
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liprap

Damn it, I wish I could have been there. From what I could tell from the AC 360 clips, it really DID sound as though Bart was channeling all the rage we all feel.

I'm hearing people whooping it up and honking outside now that the Saints are going to their first NFC championship game, and I am now wondering if Philadelphia will make good on Chris Rose's bet and take Nagin off our hands...

http://www.nola.com/rose/t-p/index.ssf?/base/living-0/1168584613261300.xml&coll=1

Schroeder

You mean that crackhead-looking guy is Nagin's bodyguard? Interesting.

Karen

That guy is a Pastor, somewhere...

He chided me for treating the mayor without respect. My observation of him was that he was "planted" by Nagin. He led the March, in front of the banners from the WTC.

I think he was fixin to make it the same march that seem to come out of Central City. But this time the hijack was done by Bart.

Jim Abbondante

The problem we have in our nation today in every level of our government is the fact that there are no true statesmen or true leaders at the helm anymore. I am sorry but I saw very little following Katrina and there still exists no leadership there today - with the exception possibly of Coach Peyton.

It really doesn't matter what part of life you consider, anywhere numbers of people exist - there is going to be a need for genuine leadership - not the quest for self-aggrandizement and the willingness to compromise principle for the sake of personal agendas.

If you want my opinion of what real leadership is - let's take a business environment for example - leadership is not only about being consistent in your demonstration of what 'good' looks like, but it's all about finding ways to further increase the return you are able to receive on what you are investing in your people while you are working together with them on a daily basis to get the job done on behalf of the customer or client. Leadership involves discovering new and more effective ways to create even greater opportunities for growth and success on the part of each one of your people, your team as a whole, your company, and also your customers. Leadership is all about you being in the driver's seat when it comes to you 'being' and 'doing' whatever it takes to insure the success of anyone and everyone who has a vested interest in your organization's success.

Leadership is of no value unless it produces measurable results while developing people and enriching lives in the process. You see these fundamentals proving successful in business and also on the football field and on basketball courts - why can't our so-called political leaders apply these same fundamental principles in our various seats of government? Because there are no true statesmen left. Whether you agreed with his politics or not - the closest we've come was Ronald Reagan. Whether he forgot his lines a time or two or not, he was at least a man of conviction who seemed to be motivated by what would be in the best interest of those under his charge. I am embarrassed for today's politicians. Please send 'out' the clowns!

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Well, what do I know. It seems to me that nothing is being done to change things...only to shut us up.

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