Latest FEMA Brainstorm

anybody still in a FEMA trailer after 4 years is pathetic.
clipped from theconstitutionalalamo.com
The Federal Emergency Management Agency has taken care of some Hurricane Katrina victims since 2005.  Now, in order to avoid the same situation should a hurricane strike Florida, they have devised a plan.
In a stroke of bureaucratic genius, the Federal Emergency Management Agency has decided to place hurricane victims in foreclosed housing in the hopes that two tragedies can become positive when combined.
The AP reports that FEMA will compile a list of foreclosed homes, and, in the event of an emergency, place victims in those homes.  Rent will be paid directly to the banks or lien-holders by the taxpayers.
In a related story also reported Wednesday, the Obama administration has said it will offer $50 million in new housing vouchers to those still living in government housing after Katrina in 2005. 
It’s been almost four years since Katrina.  If they haven’t found stability yet, they likely never will. 
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