Photo Op meets red tape. Red tape wins.


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Photo Op meets red tape. Red tape wins.

I find quite disturbing how people still have faith in the empty promises made by politicians at a disaster scene. The politician is there for only one reason: to look good for the cameras. Rarely if ever does that appearance mean a damn thing. If anything, it will only hinder relief efforts, as local authorities have to scramble to deal with the politician’s entourage rather than deal with disaster victims and their problems.

I actually have far more respect for politicians who stay away during these times of crisis, rare as they are. They show common sense and good judgment.

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  • “. . . President Obama traveled to the effected area . . .”
    ‘effected’? Someone didn’t get good value for money from their education.

    “Looking back on it, it wasted a lot of people’s time,” she said of the visit.
    This is an Internet meme waiting to happen, as it could apply to just about anything a Democrat does, including ‘visiting’ the White House for eight years.

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