FEMA Will “Relocate” Katrina Victims Instead Of Kicking Them Out On The Street Like They Deserve
Posted by Casey on February 14, 2008
I’m getting sick and tired of coddling these “victims.” Katrina was a tragedy, and no one is denying that. However, it was a tragedy that happened in August of 2005 … two and a half years ago! Not only should every one of these people be back in the work force, and at a bare minimum renting apartments of their own, but there is countless cases of fraud being committed by these “victims.” It is not them but us, the taxpayer, who are the real victims here.
The reason there is formaldehyde in these trailers is because they are not meant to be lived in for extended periods of time. Everyone involved knows this and has chosen to ignore it in an effort to sacrifice themselves, and their children’s health so they don’t have to work. Then they can sue the government for more money. This is a classic case of sacrificing longevity for wealth and comfort.
FEMA is not off the hook here either. They are so worried about the public’s negative perception of them that they are refusing to do what is right. Which would be to revoke all benefits Katrina victims are currently receiving, and forcing them to return to society by kicking them out of the trailers. This is a two-fold benefit. Not only will they be forced to become productive members of society again, but their health will improve because they are out of those temporary stay trailers. I’ve written about the trailer issue before.
Here’s the latest assault on your emotions by the MSM.
Authorities say they will step up efforts to move hurricane victims out of more than 35,000 trailers now that tests indicate possibly high levels of formaldehyde contamination.
Federal Emergency Management Agency Administrator David Paulison made the announcement Thursday.
The Centers for Disease Control has said fumes from 519 tested trailer and mobile homes in Louisiana and Mississippi were on average about five times what people are exposed to in most modern homes.
In some trailers, the levels were more than 50 times the customary exposure levels, raising fears that residents could contract respiratory problems.
FEMA — which supplied the trailers — should move people out quickly, with priority given to families with children, elderly people or anyone with asthma or other chronic conditions, said Mike McGeehin, director of a CDC division that focuses on environmental hazards.
“We do not want people exposed to this for very much longer,” McGeehin said.
I agree that they should be moved. I just think they should be moved out onto the street. Two and a half years is more than enough time to pull your life together, and the proof is in the majority who actually have. The few that remain behind are nothing but leeches upon society who think they deserve welfare for the rest of their lives because Katrina got their feet wet. Perhaps the toxins in the trailers were sent by mother nature to make sure the weak are weeded out.
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