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The Horrors of FEMA Disaster 'Relief'; the Glory Private Efforts

JB12345 Wrote: Nov 20, 2012 1:43 PM
I'm from Huntsville, AL; where the line crews came from that were harassed by the Union Yankees. Can you imagine driving 12 hours in a utility truck convoy to get to New Jersey only to be called a Scumbag and a Scab? Those yankees are not in need and don't need anything from any of us. They didn't ask for help, didn't ask for food or water or medical attention; they asked for union cards. Screw them!
topknot Wrote: Nov 20, 2012 4:12 PM
JB Thank you for going I am sorry you had to see what these people are really like if we let the unions keep pushing their way in we will all be like that I pray that never happens . We in Oklahoma would never treat anyone person the way you and your group were treated.
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