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The Tender Mercies of The State

The Right Scoop caught a CBS report that two weeks out from Hurricane Sandy Brooklyn residents and businesses are still without power, and have basically been abandoned (with video at the link).

CBS This Morning reports that the people who live in Gerritson Beach, Brooklyn, still have no power and are still awaiting insurance inspectors to come. They say it’s been 2 weeks and they feel completely abandoned.

And then we, more likely than not, will soon be seeing more of this, considering the record breaking numbers of people currently on food stamps, especially in an election year ... not that you heard about it. Only so much to go around, comrades. Well, conservative blogs such as Babalu Blog will be bringing this sort of news story simply because the MSM doesn't want to make it's golden calf look, ya know, bad ... or something.

But it's all good. We all have ObamaCare to look forward to...

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