Here's a thought...'Accountability'?

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#1

That would be a good thing for the Gov. to do. :slight_smile:

The U.S. Federal Communications Commission may seek to make carriers reveal how well their networks withstood major natural disasters so that consumers can compare rival providers.

Moar? http://www.pcworld.com/article/2016059/fcc-might-make-carriers-say-how-well-they-performed-in-disasters.html


#2

The government at all levels should worry about their own poor responsiveness to disasters before critiquing anyone else. What hypocrites we have elected and allow to sit in positions of authority in the USA. The response by governments at all levels in the Sandy disaster has been abysmal and heads of elected, and appointed, government officials should be rolling over their performance.


#3

[QUOTE=UTR;2665127]The government at all levels should worry about their own poor responsiveness to disasters before critiquing anyone else. What hypocrites we have elected and allow to sit in positions of authority in the USA. The response by governments at all levels in the Sandy disaster has been abysmal and heads of elected, and appointed, government officials should be rolling over their performance.[/QUOTE]

The even sadder part … some of us elected those very same people back into office that did little to nothing to address problems before and now…So I say for those crying fowl take a good look in the mirror and say and point your finger at the reflection and say “Your such a Hypocrite”…


#4

I would bet the farm that the cell phone carriers had service up and running well before the electricity was back on or FEMA brought aid to those that needed it. There are still people without electricity and the garbage is rank and piled up like mini mountains all over NJ and the surrounding areas. The government had more than a week to plan a response and have aid, supplies etc. staged for after the storm hit but they did NOTHING to prepare for it. Then Chris Christie goes on SNL and makes jokes while the people of NJ are suffering greatly! Bloomberg sure isn’t no Giuliani, that’s for sure. Cuomo looks like a dear caught in the headlights and now that the election is over Obma couldn’t care less about the storm victims.

This is just another in a long list of diversions these imbeciles propagate to dupe the public into thinking they are doing something worthwhile. The crazy thing is that so many people believe their BS. The government’s emergency response to Sandy is far worse than the emergency response to Katrina and they had well over a week to prepare for it.


#5

[QUOTE=UTR;2665276]
This is just another in a long list of diversions these imbeciles propagate to dupe the public into thinking they are doing something worthwhile. The crazy thing is that so many people believe their BS. The government’s emergency response to Sandy is far worse than the emergency response to Katrina and they had well over a week to prepare for it.[/QUOTE]

But unfortunately we get what we voted for…in the END… literally… lmao…


#6

Absolutely!


#7

The government let all these cell phone companies combine so now they have no reason for giving service or a great price.


#8

they can all kiss my butt!!!