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This living in an Ivory Tower all his life man is running for President of a country. Our country The United States Of America. Yet this man could care less about the citizens who live here.
Does he honestly believe that the State’s or some Private Sector could handle the monstrous disaster not only financially that Hurricane Sandy reigned upon all of these millions of people but the personal side of what they are now going through. And will be going through for some time to come?
My God, Mitt Romney is beyond clueless. In fact he lives in such unreality it’s frightening.
On TV Tuesday carrying cases of water. You really think he gives a rats ass?
This spoiled little rich brat never had to do anything in life he didn’t want to do. I cannot stand to look at this phonies face or listen to the sound of his voice.
Always with that deranged smile on his face.
He lives in the land of oz. The people who lost homes, businesses, loved ones whose lives have been turned upside down live the Storm. You really believe that Mitt Romney will look out for your best interests. In time of trouble as this?
He wants to get rid of FEMA. Where in the hell where you now be without their help. If this doesn’t open up your eyes nothing will.
Facts and reality being played out before your very eyes.
You people had better think and think hard.
Latest update on FEMA’s activities
Last night, the President declared major disasters for New York and New Jersey, making disaster assistance available to those in the heaviest hit areas affected by the storm. Individuals and business owners who sustained losses in the following counties in New York and New Jersey can begin applying for assistance by registering online or on your phone at http://www.DisasterAssistance.gov:
•Declared counties in New York: Bronx, Kings, Nassau, New York, Richmond, Suffolk, & Queens.
•Declared counties in New Jersey: Atlantic, Cape May, Essex, Hudson, Middlesex, Monmouth, Ocean & Union Counties
Those impacted can also apply by calling 1-800-621-FEMA(3362) or 1-800-462-7585 (TTY) for the hearing and speech impaired.