"The economic stimulus signed by President Barack Obama will spread billions of dollars across the country to spruce up aging roads and bridges. But there's not a dime specifically dedicated to fixing leftover damage from Hurricane Katrina. And there's no outrage about it. Democrats who routinely criticized President George W. Bush for not sending more money to the Gulf Coast appear to be giving Obama the benefit of the doubt in his first major spending initiative. Even the Gulf's fiercest advocates say they're happy with the stimulus package, and their states have enough money for now to address their needs." http://www.cnsnews.com/public/content/article.aspx?RsrcID=43816 My, my... I seem to recall Katrina relief as being a big thing during the campaign. And now that there are literally billions and billions of dollars to be passed around willey-nilley... nothing for Katrina relief. I guess that the high speed rail line between Disney California and the casinos in Sin City is more important.