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There is no electricity for 90% of the population and so think of the health care crisis. Should it be that only if you are wealthy and can afford to hire a private jet that you can put your family in a safe place, or should all of those who wish to relocate to a safe place be able to do it?
When FEMA goes out and distributes water, when they finally do, when they distribute the food, when they try to put the energy up, shouldn't they ask a simple question? Do you need to be relocated? Do you need to be resettled? They should be able to come back to the mainland of the United States.
If this were Houston, we would already have driven there. If this was New Orleans, we would already have driven there. We cannot drive down to the island of Puerto Rico and recuse our loved ones.