Vermonters' way of generosity helps each other
An artist and architect, she lived with her husband in a modest two-story house dating to the 19th century, next to bubbling little Doctors Brook.
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#1 Sep 11, 2011
The saddest aspect of this heartwarming story is the fact that Vermont is largely forgotten about by the federal government: Knowing that national entities such as FEMA would never bother with Vermont, local residents are forced to help one another in a dire straits 18th century colonial manner. This lack of national interest contributes greatly to Vermontís status as one of the most poverty-stricken states in the nation.
Peter Shumlin is utterly useless as a governor, so Vermonters need to bypass him entirely and raise some questions to the federal government directly, such as why they should be subjected to federal taxes if they are constantly ignored by and deemed ineligible for federal services?
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