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And you think that the response would have been so much better with FEMA partitioned off to the states as Romney would have liked to do ... at least until the storm hit?
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LOL, I knew you would be the first idiot to try and blame Obama for the hurricane aftermath and now as it turns out my 72 hour prediction was pretty close as well.

What happened to getting big government out of the way and allowing the free market to work?

Three yards and a cloud of dust.

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And you think that the response would have been so much better with FEMA partitioned off to the states as Romney would have liked to do ... at least until the storm hit?

I think you and other extremists lambasted Bush for his Katrina experience.....I am holding Obama to the same metric.

Why does that bother you.......it is fair game. You created the metric.......I am following it.
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Hold him to the same metric ... no one was wildly upset and finger pointing about fuel shortages a few days after Katrina. Given the scope of the area impacted by Sandy, it would be miraculous if everything was back to normal this fast. Talk to me in a month about how it all turned out. Christie and Bloomberg seem pretty happy with the response so far.
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And, it turns out there is actually plenty of fuel available, it is just that the lack of power is hampering distribution.

http://www.marketwatch.com/story/heres-why-gas-is-running-lo...

If you would wait 15 seconds before jumping to conclusions and pointing the finger of blame, you might find such things out.
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I think you and other extremists lambasted Bush for his Katrina experience.....I am holding Obama to the same metric.

Why does that bother you.......it is fair game. You created the metric.......I am following it.


Well now that you have established the ground rules I guess you will finally admit to how phony your outrage about Benghazi has been.

http://boards.fool.com/fair-weather-patriots-30355487.aspx

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Well now that you have established the ground rules I guess you will finally admit to how phony your outrage about Benghazi has been

Nonsense.......when was the last US Ambassador killed?

When was the last time the ambassador was killed having warned he was on a hit list, on 9/11 anniversary, in a consulate attacked 3 times in past few months, in a city that just attacked the British ambassador and red Cross, in a city with nearby Al Queida???

When was the last time that all these warnings were flashing everywhere.......and they were ignored????

The last time was Obama and Benghazi.....that it when.

You being former army should know better than to forsake your fellow countrymen.......just to suit your ill conceived and perceived social injustice.
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When was the last time the ambassador was killed having warned he was on a hit list, on 9/11 anniversary, in a consulate attacked 3 times in past few months, in a city that just attacked the British ambassador and red Cross, in a city with nearby Al Queida???

Sometimes it is hard to tell whether you are being intentionally dense or you are being that duplicitous. Why not ask "when was the last time our ambassador was killed in Benghazi?" and then the question couldn't possibly have anything to do with all of the other times that our embassy has been attacked for some reason? Except, of course, it does.
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Nonsense.......when was the last US Ambassador killed?

I see, so now it is only Ambassadors whose lives matter. And I thought only giving a sh1t about the one percent was callous. Leave it to you to set a new standard.

in a consulate attacked 3 times in past few months,

Um that would be in Karachi, Pakistan with a combined death toll of 17, of course none of them were Ambassadors, so I guess in your world they don't count.

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None of the desperate examples you tried to reference were so obvious examples of blatant incompetence of the Obama Benghazi.

Warnings galore!!

But ignored.

Maybe you can get an appt as next ambassador to one of these countries.......you too can be a "bump in the road".

What a complete joke as you defend your Obama to your own country's detriment.
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What a complete joke as you defend your Obama

You know the old saying, "He who laughs last, laughs best".

See ya next Thursday when I plan on having a great big sh1t eating grin on my face.

Too bad Tink won't be around to see it, but at least I still have your squealing to look forward to. :<)

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See ya next Thursday when I plan on having a great big sh1t eating grin on my face.

Yes....definitely cast your extremist vote on Wednesday!!
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Yes....definitely cast your extremist vote on Wednesday!!

Sorry, I already voted, just figured you would need a day to get out of the hospital from your blown gasket. :<)

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Consistent with patterns, when cornered by any substantive response, you substitute slogans for content.
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Not to mention that there are some good reasons why we may not have definitive results for a while. In particular, I believe that there is some *interesting* provision in Ohio where provisional ballets *can't* be counted for two weeks and anyone who asked for an absentee ballot, but shows up on Tuesday instead of sending it in will be provisional.
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(greetings from afar... its been awhile, still lurk...)

I work at the ONLY Emergency Department open in Manhattan below 65th street since Sandy hit. NYU, the VA, and Bellevue have all closed and remain closed. New York Downtown was closed but since opened this week.


The day after the power went out, FEMA brought several backup generators for our facility. Thought that was pretty reasonable timing.
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