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November 3, 2012 7:25 pm

Following Sandy, Lawlessness Descends on New York Outer Boroughs

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Line of people at KMP Grocery, 275 1st Avenue just south of 16th Street, Manhattan, New York City, the morning after Hurricane Sandy.

Daily Mail – As lights have begun flickering on in Lower Manhattan, residents of the Rockaways in Queens continued  struggling without power, heat or food for a sixth day as their neighborhood slowly descended into chaos.

With little police presence on the storm-ravaged streets, many residents of the peninsula have been forced to take their protection into their own hands, arming themselves with guns, baseball bats and even bows and arrows to ward off thugs seeking to loot their homes.
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  • Peter35

    11.30PT, and already we have reports of black thugs (Black Panthers) intimidating people outside voting booths. America needs to get these punks under control–NOW.

    A prominent Jewish gentleman once said: “Doing the same thing over again and expecting a different result is insanity”. What has Obama done for America? Nothing, but get you further into debt; and Democrats think that will change with a second term? Pathetic.

  • E Pluribus Beagle

    Two things. One – NY will ensure above all other concerns that the voting booths are open because this area is for Obama through and through no matter what and they will vote for him as his circles overhead in his helicopter laughing at them. Two – Bloomberg will no doubt move heaven and earth to arrest and prosecute anyone who protects their own property with force. Looting is people’s right under Bloomberg law, self defense is not.