Like the camps of the migrant workers caught in hurricane Andrew in 92 the homeless won't be counted. City employees will be under gag orders to remain silent while government freezer trucks load the corpses and haul them off for incineration.
Don't believe me? The number of dead become a direct reflection on the political entities responsible for alerting and protecting the citizens of
this country. The fewer dead = better ratings in the polls. Can't have anything messing with that and that is exactly what happened in Florida.
While I hope that most made it to shelters I know there were a great number who either didn't believe the warnings, didn't get the warnings or just
didn't care. I have no doubt they will fund hundreds if not thousands of bodies down in the tunnels and washed out in the bay.
I'm glad you made this thread. Certainly the homeless deserve consideration in this disaster as it's not just mostly a lifestyle choice but a
situation increasingly forced on more and more of us by economic pressures.
Let's hope for the best here.