Northern Patriot Wrote:
Nov 01, 2012 4:55 PM
That's all well and good but it's a drop in the bucket when compared with the resources and dollars needed when it comes to dealing with events like Katrina and Sandy. Read the following for some good examples: C'mon Mitt, Privatizing Disaster Relief Would be a Disaster;;http://open.salon.com/blog/steven_j_gulitti/2012/10/31/cmon_mitt_privatizing_disaster_relief_would_be_a_disaster It's currently estimated that for Sandy insurance companies alone are going to have to lay out $14.5 billion so there's no way that private charity can make more than a dent in this.