Former FEMA Head Criticizes Obama's Hurricane Response

Says he reacted too quickly to hurricane, but not quickly enough to Benghazi


If you are the living, breathing apotheosis of poor disaster management, you're probably not the ideal voice from the peanut gallery as the nation begins recovering from a massive hurricane.

But try telling that to former FEMA Director Michael Brown, whose widely criticized response to Hurricane Katrina in 2005 was blamed for letting New Orleans languish after the storm's destruction and was considered a major blemish on former President George W. Bush's second term.