Wednesday, May 25, 2016

Do you watch Frontline on PBS?




http://www.pbs.org/wgbh/frontline/

The Govt. has hired Bimbos to do Social work on Sandy project on Staten,
 Island, N.Y.
The Govt. pays the Ins. companies and the homeowner has to pay $40 thousand
for a Lawyer. Go figure, Somebody better hire some Actuaries to analyze statistics to help 
 out HUD financial estimates and percentage of profit the INSURANCE COMPANIES
are raking in.  An Actuaries is much more arduous , than  a bookkeeper.  Why does 
Washington not hire Actuaries to check out where the Monies are going? Instead they
 are paying $600.00 thousand Dollars to repair an $80,000 home by raising it. 
The People on Stanton Isle NY.  are having such problems.

Want to know what is going on in  the USA andWashington watch Frontline.

Posted by Yvonne @ La Petite Gallery
 Comments are welcome

4 comments:

Tara Dillard said...

Neighborhood I grew up in was hit by hurricane Ike. Homes destroyed or damaged.

Max insurance allowed was only thru u.s. government. 200,000. Voila, they only allowed purchasers who were fully paid at 200,000 to receive 100,000.

Bet you won't find that on tv.

XOT

Peggy Jones said...

Yvonne I am a coward. I do not watch any TV anymore. I get what I want to see on my Kindle Fire. Our country is getting to the over 200 years old and history says that is about as long as a county can stay top dog. It is our turn to go down. Not saying I am hopeless but I sure do pray a lot these days for our government and our people. Blessings to you

Beatrice Euphemie said...

I always watch Frontline. I did watch this episode. There is so much government waste of monies and resources....we really need better oversight in our government, but there is also the question of insurance companies and private contractors being greedy and skimming off the government, too. So much corruption. Everyone feels entitled. It's a society weakness. Disasters are coming all too often and nobody wants to look at the reason - climate change. It's risky to live in certain areas - every place has its risks, and individuals need to understand that the government can't do it all. Hurricanes, tornadoes, earthquakes, floods. No insurance plan or government agency can prevent them. We always need a plan B in case of disaster. It's that kind of world now. The most wonderful thing happens in a disaster. Neighbor helps neighbor, local government and agencies step up, families come together. That's what we need to rely on. Give to the Red Cross, the Salvation Army, all those agencies that help with no profit. Local government, too. Vote for funding for local agencies. These will be reliable in times of disaster. Our Federal government is broken.

Castles Crowns and Cottages said...

I love Frontline. My husband also loves John Oliver, and though he is entertaining, I'm not quite sure if all he features is really true...I mean, REALLY? But ya know, we should never put it past politicians and other people in power to do such outrageous things!

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