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Saturday, October 7, 2017

 

FEMA Deletes Information About Lack of Water and Electricity in Puerto Rico

https://gizmodo.com/fema-deletes-information-about-lack-of-water-and-electr-1819208345


Comments:
What do you think FEMA can do in such a short period of time. This is going to drag on for months or longer. The whole island's infrastructure was destroyed.
Don't you think the Obama administration would be spinning away from information that would be a long term task?
Get a grip.
They probably concentrated on critical service to restore water and electric to start with. There are priorities you knoowww.
How did these boondock villages cope before modern infrastructure? They must have had wells for water. Don't they know how to boil water before drinking it? I seen photo or clip of a boondock villager getting water from a pipe that led to a spring or well.

Are they getting their talking points from the posturing mayor? There were lots of cellphones in Puerto Rico so residents had contact with civilization BEFORE the storm to learn a few things about how-to. This is going to be a long term project for rebuilding which not even Hillary, were she elected, could twitch her nose and make it back like it was overnight. Speaking of Hillary where is the aid for Haiti her foundation collected and was going to help residents there???
Many seem to be obsessed with what Obama would do? The question is what is Trump doing besides causing controversy during a disaster? Anything we say another person would do is pure speculation and without merit.
First of all Puerto Rico's electrical system is from the stone age, it wouldn't take much to wipe it out. Second, none of what you are saying matters. What matters is that the lack of help compared with Texas and Florida, and the fact that the U.S. Government is trying as hard as they can to distance themselves from Puerto Rico should be an outrage. Puerto Rico as has been decided is under the control of the U.S. Government, so then the U.S. Gov't does not want to help Puerto Rico because then perhaps they may have to include Puerto Rico as the 51st State. But by not helping them at all, then they may have to declare Puerto Rico as a sovereign state. Well, Which one is it? U.S. of A.?
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