An open letter to New Yorkers and New Jerseyians: States that don’t deserve your help

Published February 2, 2013

Next time a disaster hits someplace in the U.S., before you donate a cent to the Red Cross or the Salvation Army or any other charity, stop. Check first whether the people there actually deserve your money.

Here are some maps — maps showing what state’s representatives and senators voted against disaster relief for Sandy victims.

I give almost every time there’s a disaster. I realize that people need help. Well, no more. Next time I’m going to see who’s asking for help.

So, Idaho, Montana, and South Dakota — you ungrateful pieces of garbage. Georgia, Tennessee, South Carolina — you scum-sucking hypocritical lice: Next time you burn or flood or get sick or get buried and beg for help from the rest of us, I’m going to remember. I’m going to remember that you didn’t want other folks to get the help they needed.

Next time a tornado tears through Kansas or Nebraska and the people there whine for their Federal disaster relief, I’ll be writing to my Congressman telling him to block it.

Let them pick up on their own, the useless, cretinous yokels. Let them go a few months without a home while representatives from other states try to prevent them from getting help.

Let them suffer, because they’ve made it clear they don’t give a rat’s ass about anyone else. So why the hell should I give a damn about any of them?

  1. AG says:

    Works for me. There are good people in those states but if I want to help them I will reach out directly. They have rewarded hot air with their votes and they shall reap the whirlwind.

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