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Did Congress mishandle the Hurricane Sandy relief bill?

  • Yes, congress completely mishandled the Hurricane Sandy relief bill.

    While many working-class people were without power, shelter, clothing, clean water, and family members, congress chose to ignore the plight at the very time they were needed most. Only when America helps those here in the United States first, will America truly be great again. A point that should surely be recognized in future elections.

  • Yes, Congress completely mishandled the Hurricane Sandy relief bill.

    While many working-class people were without power, shelter, clothing, clean water, and family members, congress chose to ignore the plight at the very time they were needed most. Only when America helps those here in the United States first, will America truly be great again. A point that should surely be recognized in future elections.

  • The devastation that was felt by victims from Hurricane Sandy was tremendous.

    People not only lost their lives and also lost everything they owned. Although we are struggling as a nation. We can't let our fellow Americans suffer more. Congress manages to have money for raises, and vacations. They are the first ones to offer help to other countries. It is time they stopped and looked around. Our fellow Americans need help and they need help now. Congress can make cuts in other areas and help these people. For the Republicans to vote against this bill was insane. Now when this same thing happens in their states, who will they look to for help? Yet they want to turn their backs on the same people who could be the ones to help them in the future.

  • Yes, they dropped the ball.

    There should not have been any kind of delay in the voting. People are homeless and have lost everything, and Congress is on vacation? Unacceptable! They should have convened a special session, and pushed the relief bill through with no delays and no nonsense. This is just another example of how out of touch our elected officials are.

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