TIM AND FAITH SPEAK OUT ON KATRINA RECOVERY

Tim McGraw and Faith Hill got political and vented their frustrations about Hurricane Katrina relief efforts, this past Wed., March 8.

Both singers have been involved with helping Tim's home state of Louisiana and Faith's native Mississippi, but they feel that little progress has been made to clean up the damage and get people back on their feet. "I do not understand how we could not have done a better job and still can't do a better job," Tim told ABC News. "It's outrageous. I went back just a couple of months ago and it hasn't changed one bit." Faith added, "It's wrong. It's embarrassing. It really gets us fired up because that is our homeland. Not a door moved, not a car moved, and people living in tents." Tim also stated his frustrations with political agendas getting in the way of accomplishments. "When you have people dying because they're black or because they're poor and white, or whatever they are, if that's a number on a political scale, then that is the most wrong thing. That erases everything that's great about our country," Tim declared.

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