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(The Raw Story)   Guess who really likes FEMA now? Go ahead, guess. Okay, we'll make this multiple choice: a) Mitt Romney, b) Mitt Romney, or c) Mitt Romney   ( divider line
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2012-11-01 02:29:23 PM  
3 votes:

Citrate1007: Mitt's Natural Disaster Plan:

#1 Defund FEMA
#2 Donate $5,000 worth of canned goods to Midwestern food shelf
#3 Take photo op
#4 Wipe hands because problem is solved.

#5 Have Ryan re-wipe Mitt's clean hands for a photo-op
2012-11-01 12:23:30 PM  
2 votes:
When Mitt Romney was confronted about his flip flopping he answered "Yes, I am a flip flopper, and I have always resolutely stood behind being a flip flopper." This is in direct opposition to previous statements that he was not a flip flopper. More on this story at 11.
2012-11-01 12:14:39 PM  
2 votes:
He's the Quantum Candidate; the outcome of what falls out of his mouth depends on who's observing him.
2012-11-01 09:29:23 AM  
2 votes:
The answer changed twice while you read the headline.
2012-11-01 12:24:31 PM  
1 vote:
"They'll be fine. We tithe!"

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2012-11-01 12:09:06 PM  
1 vote:
Romney is in favor of something that is immoral?
2012-11-01 12:07:44 PM  
1 vote:
NO! Everyone knows that private charity and boot strappy-ness is what's called for. With the right motivation, the eighty year old biatch who lives next door is quite capable of climbing that utility pole and reconnecting the electric wires to her own house. I'm sure private charity and millionaire job creators will be more than happy to pump the sea water out of the tunnels, rebuild the airports and train trackts, etc, etc.

BTW, I live in New Jersey, about 10 miles from NYC, here is my experience.

No damage to my house. I don't live in a flood zone, so no problem there. The only thing I was worried about was that my asshole neighbor's 80 foot red oak would come down on my house. Tree stayed up......oaks are tough trees.

Just got power back about half an hour ago.....out since 6:30pm Monday. Landline phone worked for making calls in the local exchange, but not for calling any further. Cell service is hit or miss..... there is a cell tower across the street from where I live, so I had cell service the entire time. Had water, natural gas, and sewer service the entire time, but no juice to run the heater, so the house was a balmy 48 degrees this morning. I did have hot water so I got in the shower this morning and that warmed me up. I don't own a generator. I can't remember the last time power went out around here.

All I can say is that this is some farked up something I've never seen before. Monday night I thought I was watching lightning flashes, but it was electrical arcing from all the electric lines that were being pulled down. The local supermarket...within bike-riding distance......opened yesterday running off a generator food is no problem. Gasoline is a BIG problem, most stations are out. I've got both my cars gassed up, but I'm riding my bike around until the gasoline situation is sorted out. I live 10 miles from NYC and 20 miles from the open ocean and about 5 miles from the towns of Little Ferry and Moonachie. Moonachie and LIttle Ferry are under water, but not because of the rain, of which there was very little. THE STORM PUSHED SEA WATER 15 MILES INLAND. Those towns were flooded by sea water! Sea water flooded lower Manhattan, most of the subway tunnels between Manhattan, Brooklyn, Queens, Hoboken and Jersey City. Sea water also flooded the Holland tunnel between Manhattan and Jersey City. NJ transit train tracks on the Jersey shore line have been wiped out. There were train cars heaved up on the Jersey Turnpike. The Jersey Shore is farked up beyond belief...the barrier islands have been wiped out.....there are houses sitting on Route 35. Metro-North Hudson line train tracks are wiped out. That's only part of it, this is going to be billions of dollars worth of damage.

/John Galt
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