Tens of Thousands Could Soon Need Housing: NY Governor

Tens of thousands could soon need housing: NY Governor

(Reuters) – Tens of thousands of people affected by superstorm Sandy could soon need housing as cold weather descends on the state of New York, Governor Andrew Cuomo said on Sunday.

Cuomo, in a televised press conference nearly a week after the storm hit the U.S. East Coast, said the fuel shortages are improving but problems will persist for “a number of days.”



2 Responses to “Tens of Thousands Could Soon Need Housing: NY Governor”
  1. Stan Galyean says:

    They will be luck if the goevernment (Obama?) doesn’t ship them off the the awaiting FEMA facilities. I hear they are manned and ready!

  2. Sarah says:

    The Gummint owns quite a bit of housing stock, either sittin’ there foreclosed upon and cleaned out, or traded back to friends of their friends, or some other variation of legalized social decline. Use this housing. Have troubled steerage pack their possessions via black plastic bag. Seize the available housing from the “buy and hold” sociopaths, jean clad property managers and other rat-degenerates who pretend they actually work for positive cash flow. Secure these former middle class hovels, prevent their continued misuse as Wall Street poker chips. Do a Jesus, let the poor homeless wretches survive. Allow them to move in and set up a crude two by four hutch with a soiled futon. At least they’ll collapse onto something soft when exhaustion takes over.
    Alternatively, we could have the Military airlift the victims of mother nature (and other assorted financial “ne’er do-wells”) to Detroit, since there is plenty of squat-able shelter there. Voila!
    Any victims of man made disaster (and Sandy is but the most recent) must be respected, cared for, supported, forgiven, housed, made whole and defended against those who relentlessly seek to harm them.

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