As post-storm gas rationing hits NYC, shorter lines, but drivers short on patience

  • Article by: TOM HAYS and JIM FITZGERALD , Associated Press
  • Updated: November 10, 2012 - 1:46 AM
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ubetcha101Nov. 9, 1211:14 AM

I am reading that FEMA has closed it doors because of weather. How ironic!

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mouthwashNov. 9, 12 3:27 PM

So much for the notion that people who live in NYC have such a good public transportation and cab system that most of them don't need cars.

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elle2008Nov. 9, 12 7:08 PM

I lived in Chicago in the early 70's with gas rationing. It was horrible. But the fact that after a historic hurricane cripples NY, that they have gas already, should be a relief, I would think. I feel for these guys.

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drfranktNov. 9, 1210:05 PM

FEMA, under the obama administration, has responded 1/10 as well as that of the Bush administration dealing with with Katrina. Where's the outrage??? You libs should be proud as to how your messiah has been responding to this minor hurricaine (in comparison).

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