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    The current regime occupying the WH have no experience in the type of Crisis Management that actually saves peoples lives.   And that, from a healthcare professional is very disturbing. 

    We hear that one of Donalds evangelical talking heads is telling people not to get the flu shot - because if you die of the flu, then perhaps you were not a "good enough" evangelical.  

    

     When the current regime made the decision to fill the WH with people who don't give two hoots about anyone or anything that will not generate a profit and will go out on the road and tell bold face lies to people to get them to vote, the failing democracy is what one gets.   

 

     https://www.vox.com/first-person/2018/2/6/16976176/carrier-president-trump-layoffs

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EMPTY BARRELS at the white house

Along with many items, including their failure in Puerto Rico, which the white house continually

messes with and shows total lack of emphathy, understanding, compassion, and utter incompetence

May I offer another: with their actions yesterday, we can plainly see now that there are no adults 

in the white house. kelly is learning from trump the art of transference. Taking ones fears, paranoid

thoughts and twisting them in a knot and then blaming others for causing them to feel that way or being at the root of our problems.

trump plays to his base throwing out dog whistles, implying that DACA members are criminal members of ms13. kelly continues and says that DACA members are lazy and should get off their asses.

They are both racists and have large voids in their souls where humanity is concerned.

To borrow a phrase from kelly, I propose that both trump and kelly are the EMPTY BARRELS!

They are an embarrassment to our country and I am ashamed that they our so called leaders.

 

the truth is the truth no matter how others try to twist it

 

 

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Some executives in the commercial business community habitually approach management by doing virtually nothing about a potential problem until it actually occurs thus avoiding costs and effort involved in rectifying the problem. I see no need to editoralize.  I've heard that called management by crisis.  There is a rationale.

 

In that same community, a practice called crisis management does exactly the opposite by identifying a potential problem before  it occurs, planning and preparing for that event in order to minimize both damage and costs to rectify that damage when it occurs.  There is a rationale for that as well.  

 

There are consequences.  Best follow the bouncing buck on this one.

 

 

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   Another example of the current WH regime being totally incompetent.   If only they had have asked some of the people who worked there a long time...but that is not the Donald / Bannon model, which is to disrupt everything and then pretend that nothing bad happened.    When it does, they will rollout their FN meme and hope the problem goes away.     Pathetic

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http://nymag.com/daily/intelligencer/2018/02/trumps-failure-in-puerto-rico-was-even-worse-than-we-kn...

 

The White House’s Failure in Puerto Rico Was Even Worse Than We Knew

 

In the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina, Congress launched a bipartisan investigation into how the Bush administration’s response had fallen so fatally short. That probe found, among other things, that the Federal Emergency Management Agency had neglected to line up potential contractors in preparation for a major natural disaster — an oversight that led FEMA to rely on wasteful, fraudulent, or inefficient partners once the levees broke.

 

Now, some on Capitol Hill are beginning to suspect that FEMA made the same error under Trump, in the run-up to last year’s devastating hurricane season. Cause for such concerns isn’t hard to find. In November, the Associated Press revealed that the agency paid a single firm $30 million for emergency tarps and plastic sheeting — none of which was ever delivered.

 

If this ever really gets looked into we're going to find a lot more then missing plastic sheeting and missing meals.

 

 

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