Day by Day

Monday, November 19, 2012

Boo Friggin' Hoo.

Life in a Blue State after Hurricane Sandy.

As Sotelo tells it, when it became clear that the residents were less than enamored with their new accommodations Wednesday night and were letting the outside world know about it, officials tried to stop them from taking pictures, turned off the WiFi and said they couldn’t charge their smart phones because there wasn’t enough power.

“My 6-year-old daughter Angie was a premie and has a problem regulating her body temperature,” Sotelo noted. “Until 11 (Wednesday) night they had no medical personnel at all here, not even a nurse. After everyone started complaining and they found out we were contacting the press, they brought people in. Every time we plugged in an iPhone or something, the cops would come and unplug them. Yet when they moved us in they laid out cable on the table and the electricians told us they were setting up charging stations. But suddenly there wasn’t enough power.”

I don't know what these people are bitching about.  THIS IS WHAT THEY VOTED FOR.  I think it's only right that they get what they voted for good and hard.



Gerry N. said...

I noticed my next door neighbor who lost his job less than a week after the election, scraping the Obungler stickers off his car. I guess he doesn't want people to see what an idiot he is. He sure got his wish good and hard, he's gonna lose his house and shiny new car by Easter. Good job, Obamabot.

Ragin' Dave said...

To paraphrase Gen. Sherman - Government is the remedy they have chosen, and I say let us give them all they want.

Crotalus said...

First look at a FEMA camp, perhaps?

Steve B said...

When the government owns you, well, the OWN YOU!

The price of dependency.