FEMA closes when it should be open

Jerry Seinfeld and Larry David deservedly won fame and fortune with their trailblazing television show, Seinfeld, a television sitcom about bumbling, stumbling characters doing nothing, .   But that was 15 years ago; lately this dynamic team must be using their same winning formula to write the rules for  FEMA (Federal Emergency Management Agency)--when a potential emergency comes - do nothing.  Or better yet, run the other way.   That is the only explanation for FEMA's response  to the second storm ravaging the New York-New Jersey region a week after Hurricane Sandy.   They fly into disaster areas, but flee from raindrops. FEMA disaster recovery centers in Hurricane Sandy-ravaged sections of the city that were supposed to provide assistance to hurricane victims went MIA Wednesday morning, posting signs saying that they were closed due to the approaching Nor'easter. The temporary shuttering of the facilities,...(Read Full Post)