According to his comments during his early campaigning he said just that! http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2012/10/3 … 50113.html
I'm sorry, but the Government is needed in this role in my opinion. Romney though said give FEMA to the states or privatize. Christie is an intelligent man, and realizes he needs the Government in repairing the damage in New Jersey from Hurricane Sandy. Romney just don't get it!
Privatize FEMA? So if FEMA is privatized, who's going to pay for their services when disaster strikes? Governorment or will people in distress be getting a bill? If the government is picking up the tab, will this be another situation where they get milked like how doctors milk insurance companies? There are some things that don't belong in the private sector.
by Susan Reid4 years ago
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by Charles4 years ago
Does he really think that the solution to the dwindling social security fund is to privatize it? Perhaps it would be a better idea to return the money that has been "borrowed" without our consent? ...
by preacherdon5 years ago
With the entertainment and sport industries making multimillions of dollars each year and the education industry losing funding and shutting down programs and laying off teachers, should the education of our children be...
by Rod Martin Jr4 years ago
A recent YouTube News report by WXIX Fox19's Ben Swann reveals something you're not like to find out about on the evening news. Obama is ignoring a federal court order regarding his actions under the NDAA (National...
by JimbodaNimbo4 years ago
Where's Barack?http://www.breitbart.com/Big-Government … cane-Sandy
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believe would have made a more efficient president? Why?
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