In this Jan. 3, 2013, file photo, an unsafe for human occupancy sticker is attached to a home that was severely damaged two months ago by Superstorm Sandy in Bay Head, N.J. New Jersey G

 

              In this Jan. 3, 2013, file photo, an unsafe for human occupancy sticker is attached to a home that was severely damaged two months ago by Superstorm Sandy in Bay Head, N.J. New Jersey G
In this Jan. 3, 2013, file photo, an unsafe for human occupancy sticker is attached to a home that was severely damaged two months ago by Superstorm Sandy in Bay Head, N.J. New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie, blasted his party's "toxic internal politics" after House Republicans initially declined to approve disaster relief for victims of Superstorm Sandy. He said it was "disgusting to watch" their actions and he faulted the GOP's most powerful elected official, House Speaker John Boehner, R-Ohio. The Republican Party seems as divided and angry as ever. Infighting has penetrated the highest levels of the House GOP leadership. Long-standing geographic tensions have increased, pitting endangered Northeastern Republicans against their colleagues from other parts of the country. Enraged tea party leaders are threatening to knock off dozens of Republicans who supported a measure that raised taxes on the nation's highest earners. (AP Photo/Mel Evans)