It's four days after Sandy, and folks are getting pissed about "gasoline shortages, power outages and waits for relief supplies," says a Chicago Tribune story.
Isn't that President Barack Obama's fault?
Unfair question? Then think back to Katrina when the media couldn't run enough stories describing in exquisite detail who the post-hurriacan rescue and rebuilding were unconscionable slow because of President George W. Bush's failings.
I said at at the time that sometimes we expect too much too quickly because mounting such efforts are a Herculean job. Considering the lack of bitching in the media about how Obama has failed, I guess they now realize that post-disaster aid isn't so simple. Especially four days before an election.