So, I'm watching C-Span and they're walking around interviewing hurricane survivors, as they clean up or cook or just stand around wondering what to do. With the exception of some National Guard troops, all of them have been black. Now, here's what I find so interesting. They end each interview with "what would you like the government to do" What I'm hearing is that black people are supposed to be outraged at the Bush Administration and their institutional racism but every black person they've asked this question to has been pleased with the government's response and the closest thing I've heard to a criticism was, "we need help getting some of these trees out of the street, but they've got a lot of trees to clean up and we understand that they can't be everywhere". To a man, and woman, every black person they've talked to has taken the initiative and is refusing to criticize the government. What gives? Is it possible that we're not being told the truth by the "mainstream media"?