Harry Reid Said Hurricane Katrina Was Nothing Compared to Hurricane Sandy

Senate Leader Harry Reid told the Senate yesterday that he felt category 5 hurricane Katrina was nothing compared to the recent “super storm” Sandy which was a category 1 storm when it slammed into the east coast. “When we had that devastating Katrina, we were there within days, taking care of Mississippi, Alabama, and especially Louisiana,” said Reid. “Within days. We are now past two months with the people of New York. And the people of New Orleans, in that area, they were hurt, but nothing in comparison to what’s happened to the people in New England.” Is he trying to say that the Bush administration got right to work, whereas the Obama administration has done nothing but talk so far? Almost 1,500 people died from Hurricane Katrina, and about 110 died from Hurricane Sandy. Also Hurricane Katrina was on TV daily for about 3 months with reporters telling us how bad a job the government did in their response, while Hurricane Sandy only gets coverage when there is a big concert or vote in Congress.

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