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Friday Fun: Secret Santa Handing Out Cash to Sandy Victims

smokindave Wrote: Nov 30, 2012 10:06 PM
Like or not, one of the greatest things GW ever did was approve $2500 pre-paid Visa cards for victims of Katrina. Knowing the one thing the survivors desperately needed was cash, and knowing that it would take weeks of red tape to make it secure, he approved it anyway, His explanation was that too many people needed help right away, and he was willing to take the risk that some would scam the system-which they did, and he was ripped for it. It was bold, it was right. Rather than visit, take a picture with the governor, and jet off to the golf course, he made a decision that he knew would get him criticism, but was the right thing to do. I'll bet a lot of folks in NJ, NY, etc,. could use the same kind of Presidential compassion right now.
Cleombrotus2011 Wrote: Dec 01, 2012 3:27 AM
A fat lot of good it did him.
Deniser55 Wrote: Nov 30, 2012 10:56 PM
And he got criticism anyway. They even accused the man of wanting them dead. Sad, what the left will do when a crises presents itself. Actually it makes me sick what they do for their power.

A very generous Secret Santa is giving out $100 bills to Hurricane Sandy victims who are still suffering from the damage of the storm which occured weeks ago. If you aren't in the Christmas spirit yet, this will help get you there.

A Missouri man posing as "Secret Santa" is giving away $100,000 this holiday season and spent a day in New Jersey and New York giving money to people robbed of their belongings or homes by Superstorm Sandy.

But the Kansas City businessman says money is not the issue. It's about random acts...