For instance, the only thing I could find about this post was that 1,000,000 bottles of water and 1,000,000 meals had been delivered to New York City. Nothing is reported anywhere else. And that's not much. I've heard people interviewed on the radio who say they're out of food . . . they're cold . . . they have no water . . . no heat. I'm just not sure we're getting the whole story.
I, personally, had no idea the devastation was so far and wide:
Now, you would probably say: -- FAUX NEWZ. Not me. I believe it.Sandy struck states from North Carolina to Maine on Monday and Tuesday, leaving an estimated 8.2 million customers without power across 20 states.
Read more: Utility workers pelted with eggs after Bridgeport, Conn. mayor blasts provider | Fox News
Thank you, Quazi!
There's no substance and people like adpst gobble it.
Here's the reason behind complaints about FEMA not providing enough gasoline:
FEMA wins praise, responds to anger about gas supply - CNN.com
CNN talks about it some but not much. It appears pretty bad and with a noreaster coming wednesday and thursday, I suspect a lot of people are about ready to give up. Tragic. Why people are praising Obama for making a few hour trip there is beyond me.
Government tells public to stay away from free gas until after first responders fuel up - NY Daily News
Even your article reluctantly admits that FEMA's response is substandard.
You know what FEMA stands for? "Fixed Everything My Ass".