I quoted directly from the person overseeing the subway repairs (on Fox last night)... and I directly quoted Con Ed. Believe them... they know what they are talking about. They are predicting many days just to clear several feet of sand covering roads into areas completely flooded. My point is that human nature is human nature and obama will not gain from this as his promises are left unfulfilled. I hope you understand what I am trying to say and the point that is being made. It is not a negative on NY... but on people in general.
I’m here and living it, and I’m not underestimating the damage and inconvenience. Hoboken is in rough shape completely due to the incompetence of their Democrat mayor, and they won’t blame Obama either. (And really, it’s not his fault—though most everything else going wrong in this country is.)
NYC is a big, big place and a little looting was caught on video. But as you well know it is Obama’s people in public housing and the like there, and they are not going to turn on him for anything. Sure, it’s easy to complain about Bloomberg, but as you already saw, Obama voters will find Romney or global warming or anything else to blame.
Loud and clear.
Oh, yes, there certainly are those that are going to be demanding, in addition to those who rely on their own self sufficiency (that includes neighbors and family). Those who will squawk will do so loudly without loyalty to BO’s election paossibilities.
He’ll have misunderestimated them as well, pretending that Bush caused all of the problems in NO. He did not.
They’ll be sick of being wt cold hungry and without tv and they are going to bring their best, “I deserve this” to the mix. They’ll make th NOers look like preschooolers before naptime. The news won’t show them but they’ll be there and they won’t be praising the gov’t.