The aftermath of Hurricane Sandy is leaving at least one man speechless: Mitt Romney.
The Republican vying for the White House a week from today apparently refused to take questions from reporters on the issue of FEMA. Specifically, what he'd do with the agency. Would he "absolutely" shutter it, as he in fact said
he would (only to yesterday backtrack on the promise), and leave disaster-relief efforts to local government and the private sector? The Huffington Post reports
that Romney dodged several queries from the press on FEMA at an event in Ohio today collecting donations for victims of Hurricane Sandy.