Skip to comments.Hollywood Idiot Patricia Arquette asks Hillary Clinton If We Can Use Air Force to aid Puerto Rico
Posted on 09/30/2017 4:35:54 PM PDT by Morgana
Hollywood Idiot Patricia Arquette asks Hillary Clinton If We Can Use Air Force to aid Puerto Rico
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I wasn’t aware Hillary Clinton was the current Secretary of the AF.
>>Hollywood Idiot Patricia Arquette asks Hillary Clinton If We Can Use Air Force to aid Puerto Rico<<
I don’t think strafing or bombing will be particularly helpful. Maybe CAS to keep cfnn out?
I thought everyone knew Hillary runs Joint Airbase Andrews.
She needs to be put in Diamond and Silk’s Bowl of Stooooooopid!
Too many head slaps today. I need a break!
Don't think so but I know she has to have her broom stashed somewhere! Maybe that was the 'Air Farce' dear scatterbrain Patty A. was thinking about.
Maybe Herself could send AirForce 3 down there.
Oh, that’s right, only Algore has his own plane.
Where is he?
Her daddy converted to Islam. That whole family is a bit off.
True story Al Gore tried to get Trump to move his plane at LGA so Air Force 2 could park there.
Gore ended up in a hanger.
NOOOOO! We can’t use USAF to aid Puerto Rico
the moment an airplane lands on Puerto Rico,
the island will tilt 90 degrees and SINK.
just like Guam
There are so many government aircraft in San Juan that it is hard to find ramp space for any more.
Maybe Patricia can first ask her Saint Hillary to send the money to Haiti that she promised, its been 8 years, they are STILL waiting
A very incestuous bunch.
asks Hillary Clinton If We Can Use Air Force to aid Puerto Rico
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And Hellary says, “Yes, Nuke it!”.
Oh, wait, ... the Clinton Foundation needs to milk it first.
Unlike Texas and Florida, which were hit by hurricanes that knocked out power grids this summer, workers from other utilities can’t hop in a truck and drive to Puerto Rico. The main airport in San Juan is not yet operating normally, which is slowing the airlift of crews, generators and other equipment.
It’s too early to estimate the total bill, but Prepa said even before Maria that it needed more than $4 billion to upgrade its infrastructure. Years of under-investment had left it with an inefficient and unreliable system. Its fleet of power plants has a median age of 44 years, for example. The average age across the United States is 18 years.
Prepa already had more than $9 billion in debt when it filed for what’s essentially bankruptcy protection in July. It was weakened by the island’s long recession, which sapped demand for electricity, but it also struggled to collect hundreds of millions of dollars in unpaid bills.
COULD WE SEE THIS COMING?
Last year, 10 months before Maria smashed into the island, consultants hired by the Puerto Rico Energy Commission wrote a scathing report about Prepa. They said reliability was poor - outages occurred four or five times more often than at mainland U.S. utilities - because of a history of neglecting maintenance.
“It is difficult to overstate the level of disrepair or operational neglect at PREPA’s generation facilities,” wrote consultants from Synapse Energy Economics in Cambridge, Massachusetts. They said that frequently there were “simple failures that blossom into crises.”
The utility blamed more than one-third of the outages on failure to keep tree limbs pruned around power lines.
Here is Patricia Arquette's Granddiddy in drag.
The island is only about 3500 square miles. The stuff they need is there; it’s the local distribution on the ground that’s the problem. Locals don’t know how to help themselves; it’s a culture of dependency.
Not an air lift requirement. Another Hollywood idiot.
“... Patricia Arquette asks Hillary Clinton If We Can Use Air Force.....”
If they are having a “stupid contest” it looks like a tie!
Hillary: “Sure, as long as we don’t accidentally save the lives of any ambassadors or SEALs.”
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