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1 hour ago, T___A said:

 

"Hillary out to be President because of her experience!"

 

I would not at all be surprised if her chances would have been better had she not being SecState.

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24 minutes ago, Sturgeon said:

 

"Hillary out to be President because of her experience!"

 

I would not at all be surprised if her chances would have been better had she not being SecState.

I would not at all be surprised if her chances would have been better had she divorced Bubba back in 1998...

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1 hour ago, Sturgeon said:

Florida Governor declares state of emergency ahead of Richard Spencer talk.

 

Pretty sure this violates the Constitution, and therefore the federal gov't should invade Florida to re-establish the republican form of government secure a cordon around the base of the peninsula so engineers can attempt to saw it off in order to shove it off into the Caribbean.

 

 

FIFY

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23 hours ago, Sturgeon said:

Florida Governor declares state of emergency ahead of Richard Spencer talk.

 

Pretty sure this violates the Constitution, and therefore the federal gov't should invade Florida to re-establish the republican form of government. 

 

Give it back to Spain. It can be their problem again.

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The Justice Department began an investigation Monday against the Municipality of Patillas after an inspection carried out today allegedly to find food and water provided by the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) thrown in a container destined for the trash, informed the Secretary of Justice , Wanda Vázquez.

 

"We found supplies lying in a tent that, when it started to rain, were not stored. Here a prosecutor and a police officer were assigned to make an inventory because the problem is that there are people who say they saw rats there. Therefore, most probably all that merchandise has to be seized, "said the secretary.

Vázquez explained that they visited the collection center of the Municipality of Patillas after receiving this morning a complaint alerting about the alleged mismanagement of FEMA assistance.

 

"This is what merits the Department of Justice to check all the collection centers," said Vazquez, recalling that Governor Ricardo Rosselló Nevares gave the directive last week to investigate how the supplies were being handled in the face of the incessant complaints of mayors and people affected by the hurricane that aid was late or scarce.

"There are officials who are not delivering supplies as soon as they receive them," said the Justice Department.

 

Vazquez stressed that when letting the mayor of Patillas, Norberto Soto Figueroa, know that an investigation would begin, he said that "as it rained ...".

It was not possible to get the mayor through his cell phone.

 

Vázquez indicated that any official who is involved in mismanagement of these supplies, or who holds them, is exposed to negligence in the performance of duty.

"Equally, being federal property, it will be referred for FBI investigation and can be exposed to a sentence of up to 20 years," Vázquez emphasized.

 

 

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