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FEMA Proposes Nightmare On Top Of Nightmare

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  1. So when the snow falls and it hits 30 below, they will sit there empty, but someone got paid for them. Then they will ring up a huge repair bill re-piping all of them when the pipes freeze as you mentioned. In the end they will have to sell them for pennies on the dollar. Time for more taxes up there to pay for this incompetence.

    • I spoke with an extremely reliable source within the state government system today. When I asked about these trailers it took him ten minutes to stop laughing. “They won’t have to worry about the electric bill,” he suggested. “The occupants will be froze to death before they get the first bill”. He honestly didn’t know what the price tag was, but suggested the total price will be included in the Obama administration’s report of FEMA aid to Vermont.

      These units would be ideal for temporary shelter in an area south of the Mason-Dixon Line – Well south of it.

  2. Are these people at FEMA incompetent or just plain nuts, Dell? Any idea on what the taxpayer was bilked for in the purchase of these trailers? This is a perfect example of how out of touch with reality these Liberal lunatics running our government truly are today! What is the state doing about this fiasco, or are they as stupid as the national FEMA goofs who ordered them sent there?

    • DJ, It’s mind-boggling to even think about how totally incompetent these people are. One would reasonably think they would have made such a proposal and received a polite “no, thanks; that won’t work” report from state officials BEFORE they decided on spending the time, money and effort in getting them here. You know, a common sense approach, but nooooo. It’s just another example of “if you need something screwed up, involve the government – they’re pros”.

      I haven’t seen or heard any followup from state officials and it wouldn’t surprise me if they never broach the subject again. It’s simply a total embarrassment and nobody wants any part of that.