Is this the final insult? After being removed as FEMA head in 2005 due to his failure handling the government's response to Hurricane Katrina, radio host Michael Brown is backing the Indianapolis Colts over the New Orleans Saints in this year's Super Bowl. "I have to go with the Colts," Brown said in a Politico Podcast. "I just tend to follow them more and I've just never been a real Saints fan. It's nothing more than that." Brown said he was often harassed by people who "can't get over the whole Katrina thing," but that he saw their rage as anger misdirected from George Bush. "It's easy to use me as a conduit to express those feelings," he said.