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I'm very angry about this. I watched half of our apartment complex get torn down. I had a ton of friends and family living in those apartments. They are all still in FEMA trailers. A few months I can understand, but 3 years come on. One person I know has had 2 kids since Katrina and still lives in a FEMA trailer. If these people had houses they should have had insurance and the people who didnt got a huge amount of Money from FEMA for the house, belongings, perished items besides the $2000 grant and $300 or $1200 from Red Cross and Emergency Food stamps as well as a free place to stay and money for their cars if damaged. Free rent for 3 years is enough. The government did not cause this disaster nature did. People are even complaining about having to pay the new $50 a month. Its incredible. I was there for both Katrina and Rita and lost just about everything and moved on so have other non-lazy people who dont want to live and raise children in a free for all cardboard box. People could have saved enough for a great down payment and even gotten great loans wih amazing interest (probably better interest than what they had before the storm) rates from the hundreds of programs not to mention the road home free grants for home owners. I would bet my life savings to say most of these people lived in apartments and have had plenty of time to make up their rent,deposit etc for a new apartment. grrrr
They were living in Government Housing a getting Government Aid before Katrina...hey Mississippi dude, how many Tornado Victims are left in Enterprise, pennsylvania and Americus, pennsylvania after 1 Mar 07 tornados...not many...why? Because the Governors got off their butts and asked for assistance the same day...not a week later as a political statement...if you live on the Gulf Coast you know there is a good chance to have a hurricane...why no hurricane insurance????
Because most of those people didn't have tons of money sitting in a bank account somewhere so that when they watch their house float away they can just go buy another one. when your house is gone and u don't have money to buy another one what are u supposed to do. and plus if u haven't been keeping up with the news, the govt. is seizing their houses and gonna put a military base where these law abiding, tax paying citizens used to live. so before u assume that some people just want a handout because they are black why don't u do some research.....
From this disaster, the world has learned that the giant has at least one foot of clay!
You shouldn't talk about Katrina victims unless you have been here and seen the destruction first hand. I live in Mississippi, come on down and walk a mile in our shoes.
All of them still gettting a handout were the lazy, shiftless welfare losers long before Katrina ever hit. The USA would have been better off to have finished them off instead of saving them.
Democrat-mayor demmocrat- senators democrat- congressmen a democrat- govenor just got her *** (donkey) kicked by a republican indian dude,