H/T The Drudge Report
|New Yorker's "dumpster-diving" for food|
For all of his criticism of Bush, Obama's lone stop in New Jersey, which played as more of a campaign stop with Governor Chris Christie, only served to illustrate the inefficiency of the Big Government that he espouses. He spoke of removing all of the "red tape" to get things up and running quickly, which only highlighted the built-in inefficiencies of a bloated government standing in the way of America's citizens each and every day.
|Tempers flare as NY'ers stand in line for $6 gas|
First, the "three AM call on Benghazi. An utter failure! So much so, that Benghazi, over 7 weeks after the attack, the Obama teams' response and explanations of what happened are keeping the story very much alive, just days before the election, calling into question Obama's competence as a Commander in Chief. No Barry, wearing the CIC jacket doesn't make you seem more competent. It only highlights all of the unanswered questions and lies that have been posited by you, and your spokesmen.
Then comes Sandy. Three days after the storm, which was devastating, people are still waiting on basic services to be restored, and groups such as FEMA and the Red Cross to show up. FEMA? Wait! I figured that Obama would have FEMA personnel crawling all over the storm-ravaged area with blankets, food, water, setting up electrical generators, and providing other basic services in the first hours after the storm. Guess not.
|NY: People stand in line for hours too get 1-2 gal.s of gas|
|Latest death toll from Sandy is 102|
More than anything else during this campaign, including the debates, Obama has proven to everybody that even after four years in office, he is as ill-prepared to lead the United States than the day he took the oath.
Drivers Waiting For 6 Hours At Midtown Gas Station
Tempers Rise as Temps Fall and Sandy's Power Outages Persist
Post-storm anger grows, especially outside Manhattan
Frustration at the pump reaches dangerous levels
Staten Islanders On Sandy Response: We’ve Been Left FAR Behind Borough Is In Shambles, But Little Help Has Arrived; They Ask: Where Is FEMA?
This is no way to get us up & running Generators should give power to people — not marathon
‘We Need Food, We Need Clothing’: Staten Island Residents Plead for Help 3 Days After Sandy
Staten Island residents plead for help from Mayor Bloomberg after storm
Gasoline situation increasingly dire in days after Sandy
Decatur Utilities crews home after issues with union
Stranded New Yorker: "People Are Defecating in the Hallways"