Where is the FEMA lockdown after Sandy?!!!

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    Sandy was just as bad, if not worse than Katrina. already 109 dead..homes destroyed, looting, people fighting over gas and food and water, homes and apartments and businesses and churches and subways all flooded. bridges made unsafe to cross, etc...but no FEMA to gun down the looters and beat the living shit outta people trying to survive...hmmm....what's wrong with this picture?

    In New Orleans hundreds and hundreds of people were not allowed to check on their property but instead herded into the shitty Superdome and camped out on the freeways with no help and left to rot and fester while the FEMA bootjacks locked down the city and unarmed the people who were left trying to defend their property. and when they tried to loot some things to survive with they were arrested or worse, SHOT DEAD.

    Why isnt' this Gustapo bullshit not happening in New Jersey/ New York after Sandy?

    Gotta love racism:clap2:
     
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    Freddie Mac lends a helping hand to Sandy stricken homeowners...
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    Freddie Mac Has Good News for Home-Owning Sandy Victims
    11/02/12 --- Hurricane Sandy's deadly dance through some of the U.S's most highly populated areas was terrible for many, but what does it mean for homeowners in its path?
     
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    Painful Lessons from Hurricane Sandy

    Dr. Ileana Johnson Paugh @ Painful Lessons from Hurricane Sandy

    Having lived in the Tornado Alley for 30 years, I have learned many valuable lessons. After many raging tornadoes, straight line winds, and hurricanes I understood that churches and other Americans near and far, not the big government, were the first line of defense after a disaster.

    Mennonites, Baptists, Mormons, and the National Guard came by truckloads with bulldozers, shovels, and chain saws to extricate their fellow Americans from trees and debris. Utility trucks from places as far away as Utah helped restore our power.

    I have never met a Mormon who was not giving and caring to their fellow man. For this reason, I do not understand the sheer hatred against Mitt Romney’s Mormonism. At the same time, liberals bend over backwards to appease and co-exist with “religions” that preach hate and terrorism.

    More @ Painful Lessons from Hurricane Sandy
     
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    And the National Guard is not part of the government?
     
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    Electricity comin' back on but now gasoline availability is a problem...
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    Power Returning After Sandy but Gas Problems Rise
    Nov. 03, 2012 — More New Yorkers got power Saturday for the first time since Superstorm Sandy struck the region, but frustrations mounted over gasoline shortages as refueling sites turned into traffic jams of horn-honking confusion.
    See also:

    'Couple more days' for fuel shortage, Bloomberg says; 'free gas' offer triggers rush
    Lines are long and open gas stations are few and far between in New York and New Jersey, as drivers wait to fill up their tanks.

     
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    It's not racism.

    The NE is the mother land of liberalism.

    If liberals see first hand just how fucking evil their leaders are, they may actually not vote for them.

    Why do you think "obama sent 'free' gas"?
     
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    Oh for goodness, sakes.

    You seem terribly confused, Lad

    You do realize the differences conditions between Sandy hitting the Mid Atlantic state and the New Orleans flooding event, don't you?

    Apparently not.
     
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    It wasn't FEMA that took guns away, it was the New Orleans Police Department. Negged for being stupid.
     
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    yep...

    and for the record, sandy is nothing like katrina ...

    let me know when they lock thousands of people into a stadium and let them die, and we'll talk.

    idiots... it's amazing how they want this to be even worse than it is just so they can maybe get 10 votes out of it.

    hint for the losers... no one except for people who are already romney's "base" are going to vote against him b/c of katrina.

    idiots... they can't stand seeing competency as compared to shrub's handling of katrina.
     
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    How about you explain the difference to me, fuckface. because I don't see it. :mad:

    2 deadly Hurricanes
    2 deadly Catastropohes
    2 totally different outcomes


    SO FUCK YOU!
     
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