Posted by | October 30, 2012 17:04 | Filed under: Top Stories

Michael “Heckuva Job” Brown, former FEMA director, has criticized President Obama for responding too quickly to Hurricane Sandy.

“Here’s my concern,” Brown told Denver’s Westword on Monday, suggesting that the official response was actually making people complacent. “It’s premature [when] the brunt of the storm won’t happen until later this afternoon.”

Obama declared states of emergency all along East Coast states in the path of Sandy on Sunday, well before the storm hit, allowing federal resources to start flowing where governors thought they would be needed. FEMA and local responders were able to pre-position a lot of the material being drawn upon now.

Obama also held a press conference warning people to pay careful attention to the storm.

By: Alan

Alan Colmes is the publisher of Liberaland.