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Originally posted by antar
I have to pose a question here:
In a worst case scenario where the big one strikes and you are separated from your children, your wife, mother, grandparents, whomever is most important to you, and you hear that they have been taken to your local FEMA based safe place, what would you do? Do you yourself go to the camps to defend your loved ones or do you just stay on the outside and write them off?
I think about the thunderdome in Katrina where innocent little children and the elderly were at terrible risk and danger. We all heard the stories of rape and murder, that was a short lived situation, this would be indefinite.
Lets talk about it.
Originally posted by Afterthought
reply to post by sprtpilot
Another thing to consider is if they positioned their people in the zone prior to it happening, everybody would hail them as being special since they were in the right place at the right time. I mean, let's be realistic here. FEMA's reputation isn't that great considering how they handled Katrina and the tornado victims in Nebraska. So, if they were already there when it happened, their reputation would improve greatly and would cause people to trust them again.