Stop stupid. Vincenzo screams
Yes, former Gov. Pataki, Anger will help. Get real.
Not a clever post.
Not funny? HA HA?
Funny only like a sad clown who’s mortally wounded but the audience chuckles on thinking it’s part of the act.
People not used to hurricanes got slammed.
Other regions shook their heads.
And said “Oh, should have bought that flood insurance”
“Should have know if you live near water, it’s not if but when disaster will strike”.
Everyone felt sad – for a minute. (Hey, the pizza arrive!)
Besides someone will help them: the feds, the state, the Red Cross who gathers all that money.
Oh, lookie a big winter storm hitting the damaged East Coast.
Bad things happen in three’s.
Oh, what football game is on?
It’s bad people. Bad.
Not bad like the dog went on the rug.
Or the kid’s getting bullied.
Not bad it’s raining and the bleachers will be bleak while watching the kids practice.
Brutally bad – like kicking a guy already bleeding on the ground.
Vincenzo Gennaro of Staten Island speaks for many: the anguish, the desperate need.
Please listen / watch this.
CLICK HERE Neighborhoods are frustrated by lack of help. The community is organizing do things themselves. Here’s how to help and get help.
Now officials are threatening to call Children’s Protective Services, toss people out of their homes, or put people in jail for going back into their own homes at all. (Signs seen in video above)
Staten Island keep SCREAMING to the media and anyone who has a camera or phone.
You are your only hope.
You must organize yourself and resign to getting your hands dirty.
Realize the insurance companies are not your friend. They will stall for years. Take pictures. Then start work.
Do not wait for help from anyone.
Check on the elderly who are in shock – and may not have family near.
People living in communities nearby. Please. Someday it may be you.
Can you take in a few people? It might keep children with families if you only offer a sleeping bag in a warm heated room at night.
Could you wash and dry a load of clothes for storm victims?
Can you drive in and yell: “this is what we have – can anyone use these?”
If the officials say you can’t drive in?
- Ask them/media to take the items in to distribute.
- Or just leave items at the “border” and tell media about the “free department store” for victims
- Get the word out by work crews going inside. Put up signs on their trucks. (APPLAUSE for bulldozer crews!)
Enough babbling. Seen responses that didn’t come.
Hey, last month the feds just released Hurricane Ike relief funds – only 4 years late. Good job!
You cannot count on the cavalry showing up…it’s slow saddling up all those horses..and locating water…getting all the red tape and paperwork ready. (Why don’t those whiners get on the internet and fill out forms?…DUH, no electricity!)
America has always been there to help those in need.
Right now, it’s our own people who desperately need help.
Ordinary people are rushing in to help.
They aren’t stunned stupid like bureaucracies always are.
Keep yelling people, keep yelling.
Phil, the Philosopher Mouse of the Hedge.
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“Is the Gov. doing enough to help Sandy victims?” (Former NY Governor George Pataki responds)
“Possible Tax Hit for Sandy’s Victims” (Wall Street Journal. As if things aren’t bad enough)
“Warnings for Looters” (CBS news. Why people can’t leave their homes alone from Staten Island to Jersey Shore)