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Old 01-23-2010, 12:34 AM
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I'm not defending any politicians but it must be a no win situation in the face of a storm when they are deciding to evacuate. If they wait too long to evacuate and the storm hits, then they screw up. If they evacuate too early and the storm turns, they screwed up and made millions evacuate for nothing. I think it's unfair and if people are told to evacuate because they could die due to flooding, winds, fires, whatever, then they should just deal with it and get the hell out or stay and deal with the consequences on their own.

If the leaders are going to evacuate, then they have to do it early and give everyone a chance to get out and not wait for the last minute like what happened in New Orleans. They must also keep mind how they are going to get people out that have no way to get out.

One of the big problems with Haiti and getting the food and aid in the beginning was that they only had one airport and a small one at that. On top of that, the port got destroyed. Definately not an easy situation.
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