These guys just can’t pull their head out of their asses…
Still, the Federal Emergency Management Agency struggled today to move supplies to distribution centers throughout Houston as nearly 5 million people across the region continued to live without power and access to clean drinking water.
Wow. Gets even better. FEMA has listed a telephone number for people to call for assistance, but when the lines get overwhelmed, it automatically disconnects would-be callers, advising them to go to the FEMA webpage – keeping in mind here that most people in the area have no electricity.
The recorded message says FEMA personnel are busy helping others, which is, no doubt, true. After advising callers to contact the agency via the Internet, it says: “We apologize for this inconvenience. Your call will now be disconnected.”