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April 3, 2006

FEMA’s rap song

Filed under: Humor — by Christian Beckner on April 3, 2006

As noted at Wonkette, FEMA has a rap song for kids on its website, which has evidently been there for a while but has escaped my notice until now. It’s a must-listen, and mercifully only 50 seconds long. The lyrics:

Disaster . . . it can happen anywhere,
But we’ve got a few tips, so you can be prepared
For floods, tornadoes, or even a ‘quake,
You’ve got to be ready – so your heart don’t break.

Disaster prep is your responsibility
And mitigation is important to our agency.

People helping people is what we do
And FEMA is there to help see you through
When disaster strikes, we are at our best
But we’re ready all the time, ’cause disasters don’t rest.

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Comment by William R. Cumming

April 3, 2006 @ 5:46 pm

Still unable to confirm but it appears that no PAS position is in FEMA so perhaps there is room for a songwriter. The Administration reaps what it has sown.


Comment by Brian Duffy

April 4, 2006 @ 3:40 pm

Good thing we have the National Guard Bureau prepared to be the authentic agency of consequence management. But let’s wait and see of FEMA can sing its way out of Hurricane Season 2006.

Comment by Aaron Stewart

December 3, 2010 @ 1:53 am

you could just listen to the beat of those high bass from Rap songs, i just like rap songs ~**

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