According to this article in the Examiner, FEMA can’t scrape together $400 million to provide hurricane relief in North Carolina (which barely went for President Obama, 49.9% vs. 49.5% in 2008) because it doesn’t have sufficient funds:
The Palm Beach Post is . . . reporting that, “If Congress does not approve emergency funding, the disaster aid shortfall could approach $5 billion for the upcoming budget year, and that’s before accounting for Irene.”
That makes sense, because there are more important things to do with our money and because our wealth must be shared with others — by providing flood aid to North Korea:
In the meantime, the Obama Administration managed to find nearly a billion dollars ($900,000) in aid to the terrorist-aiding nation of Communist North Korea.
The hurricane season is roughly at the half-way point, and more than a few North Carolinians wonder if the federal government is using the assets of the American people wisely.
Will ACORN find ways to enlist the denizens of the Democratic Peoples’ Republic to vote for President Obama? He needs every vote he can scrounge.