Forum Post: Is an Economic Disaster ( emergency ) as bad or perhaps worse then a Natural Disaster ( emergency ).
Posted 3 years ago on March 1, 2012, 3:37 p.m. EST by DKAtoday
from Coon Rapids, MN
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What I am wondering is?
Aren't homeless people from either type still homeless?
Is an economic disaster ( Emergency ) not as bad as say a Hurricane (natural disaster - Emergency )?
I mean people in the Gulf area who lost homes got FEMA help and housing ( portable AC & heated trailers ) until they could get into other permanent housing.
I mean, can't they reuse those trailers that were sent to the gulf region?
They aren't a one time use and dispose item, are they?
What is the Red Crosses involvement in something like this? What should it be?
Think maybe we should apply to the UN for Aid?
I mean really. Is this not a huge black eye for America in the eyes of the World? Wonder how this is gonna play out in the long run diplomatically speaking.
Will future American efforts be looked upon as:
" DO AS I SAY NOT AS I DO" ?
Is a criminally caused economic disaster not a legitimate emergency?
Or like an oil spill. Should those responsible for the meltdown be responsible for the clean-up?
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