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Michael Brown Criticizes Obama For Responding Too Quickly

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    To bad he didn't respond to Libya that quick.
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    CONGRATS! you and "Brownie" get your marching orders from the same fools. He is pretty much universally respected in the field of 'response'

    totally a guy you wanna line up with when it comes to 'responding' to things.

    Best thing about Brownie's criticism, is WHEN it happned.
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    which is weird because republicans are always saying the government should respond to their own people domestic faster than anywhere overseas

    flippity floppity there you go
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    So it was not our own people that died?? What?
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    He should shut and do his job raising Arabian Horses, which is what he did at the time of his appointment by 'The Shrub'
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    it was, but it's weird how republicans always say the govt doesn't respond quick enough at home, but when they do you still find fault

    you're just a simple hater, that's all you'll ever be in that party


    republicans = for the rich

    democrats = for the people
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    dude was in the rose garden the next morning. Unless you are Mitt Romney, and apparently "Brownie", you understand that fact.
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    you're arguing with people from a party who don't really even care about their own people, unless they're rich......

    republican party is a cancer
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    The republican party and the democratic party are the same beast. You have just bought into the whole my team their team thing.

    P.S. There are as many, if not more, rich democrats as there are republicans. The 1%, haha, another huge lie you seem to have swallowed whole.
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    Oh I know that....back on track:

    I will say, that although the damage seems to be pretty exstensive, our REAL leaders have been steping up. I've been very critical of Christie in the past, but he is totally killing it on this one, and deserves as much praise as I've dished out for him in disses during other storms. Guys like Brownie, Trump, talking FOX heads, and even to some extent ROMNEY (canned food drive for unwanted cans) come awy from this looking like people who can't lead.

    (Note: NO broadcaster told me to think this way)
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    Talk about stuck on stupid. He's an embarrassment to embarrassments.

    Besides that idiot not being involved, it helps that Chris Christie is no Kathleen Bianco (another idiot) and that Bloomberg is no Ray Nagin (biggest idiot of the three).
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    Shrubs are very upset over this comment ... :eek:
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    The democrats aren't what they used to be, the screwballs, perverts, socialists, communists and phony do-gooders infiltrated them, then took them over.

    Who the hell would want to belong to the same party that Michale (tub of feces) Moore, Al Gore and Gorgeous Whoopi Goldberg are associated with.

    I was a member of the democratic for many years, they left me, I didn't leave them.

    All democrats aren't "moonbats" but all moonbats are democrats, that is a fact.
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    Not to pile on, but he JUDGED the horses, he had no hand in actually raising them. That might require things like skill, and the ability to care about life.
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    I stand corrected Sir, and yes it takes a lot more to raise them than judge them. Talk about a senseless choice by the Shrub, patronage at its finest. Obama chose the guy who guided florida through four hurricanes, unlike browny he has a lot of experience.
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    LOL

    obama is another GWB

    just darker and more liberal
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    Brownie strikes again, i hope this guy keeps talking, hes pretty funny.

    ‘Heckuva job Brownie’: Former FEMA director Michael Brown says New Yorkers should just ‘chill’ over Sandy - NY Daily News

    ‘Heckuva job Brownie’: Former FEMA director Michael Brown says New Yorkers should just ‘chill’ over Sandy
    After famously botching Katrina, the infamous FEMA director writes that Hurricane Sandy should teach us to be ready to live without ‘elevators, computers and refrigerators.’
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    Nah, it's much better to feel entitled, complain and wait for someone to come rescue you from an area that you should have left in the first place...or better yet, loot!
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    "Nice job Brownie".... no need to identify who said that.
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    Right, because its practical to expect the many millions of people in NYC to relocate.

    There are almost as many people in NYC than CT and NJ combined.
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    There were evacuation orders. Those people should have obeyed them. Is all of NYC underwater and without power?

    There are about 600,000 without power now. Are you telling me that you know for a fact that none of them had anywhere they could go? No family in the Northeast? No ability to go to one of the shelters that were opened in anticipation of the storm?

    The point is: what is wrong with telling people to remain calm and be patient? What's your answer? Sue Con Ed for not being able to muster the entire nation's supply of electrical workers at a moment's notice?
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    Brownie may have been the guy who posted on another site that replied "screw them, they chose to live in a dangerous area, so the government shouldn't help the parasites."

    Well it wasn't dangerous until recently, maybe all 30-40 million people should move into this guys neighborhood if its so safe where he lives.

    A society is formed for the safety an well being of the whole group (safety in numbers).
    Some members don't contribute because they can't, some don't contribute because they are selfish. I'll take the group that can't over the group that won't.
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    He did not only say keep calm and be patient, if thats all he had said i wouldn't have posted it because that is the reality. But he went father than that, he said " Sandy should teach us to be ready to live without ‘elevators, computers and refrigerators.’" The guys scum, Let eat cake scum.
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    Maybe I'm not seeing the proper context but with a hurricane imminent, what's wrong with letting people know what to expect and to be prepared for that reality? I bought myself a portable generator years ago after reality slapped me in the face. A severe storm knocked out power and I was not ready. That storm taught me to be going forward.
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    I don't think he meant permanently, but I wasn't there (neither were you).

    Question: do any of those things work without power?
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    There is something to be said for not encouraging people to
    build in high-risk areas by absorbing the costs of those risks for them, but I don't think that describes the Tri-State area.
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    Santa is already putting Brown's name on his stock of tornadoes next year. Watch out Brownie!

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