Aug 30 2008

Why Would “God” Send A Hurricane To N.O. To Elect Democrats??

Published by at 3:57 pm under All General Discussions

Boy, the democrats are seeing strange wonders in the ethereal mists if they believe a Hurricane hitting the US Gulf Coast as some sort of message from God Americans should vote Democrat. Sick.

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9 Responses to “Why Would “God” Send A Hurricane To N.O. To Elect Democrats??”

  1. momdear1 says:

    Talk about messages from God. Didn’t 4 tornadoes hit the Denver area the day the chosen ones opened their holy roller rally? I rest my case.

  2. Terrye says:

    Aj:

    Have you seen this? Over at Hot Air

    Red State blogger “absentee” had the good fortune to travel from Denver to Charlotte after the Democratic convention with DNC National Chair Don Fowler and Congressman John Spratt of South Carolina. His fortune turned into Fowler’s misfortune, as it turns out the blogger videotaped a conversation on the plane between the two prominent Democrats, who seem pleased about Hurricane Gustav. In fact, Fowler apparently believes it to be divine intervention, as shown in this clip:

    The hurricane’s going to hit New Orleans about the time they start. [Chuckle] The timing is — at least it appears now that it’ll be there Monday. That just demonstrates that God’s on our side. [Laughter] … Everything’s cool.

    This comes just a day after Brother Michael Moore saw the Face of God in a natural disaster bearing down on New Orleans. Did the Democratic convention hold a seminar in Denver on how to take glee in the misfortune of others, as long as it works for you politically? While we’ve come to expect this from Moore, who is obnoxious even at the best of times, seeing this kind of weird schadenfreude from elected officials and high-ranking party members comes off … rather ghoulishly.

  3. momdear1 says:

    It seems LA Republican Gov. is handling things the way they should be handled. He has already mobilized the national guard and has on orderly evacuation in progress in plenty of time to get everyone out. If that sob sister female Demmie Gov. were still in charge she would still be reading the papers she is supposed to sign to get Federal help. Republican Gov. Carroll Campbell of SC showed the world how to handle such emergencies efficiently. 24 hours before Hugo hit the SC coast he mobilized the national guard and sent sound trucks up and down the streets in the coastal areas broadcasting this message, “THIS IS AN EMERGENCY. YOU ARE ORDERED BY THE GOVERNOR OF SOUTH CAROLINA TO EVACUATE THIS AREA IMMEDICATELY” As a result of his foresite and timely actions, although Hugo cut a 100 mile path across SC which left it looking like the whole area had been devastated by a tornado, there was only one death caused by Hurricane Hugo and that was an infant that was killed when a tree fell on the house and his crib. Immediately after Hugo passed, National Guard trucks loaded with ice and water followed immediately. As a result of Gov. Campbell’s actions, the people of SC were not forced to grovel and beg for outside help. Although it was over 4 weeks before electricity was restored, everybody managed to survive by helping each other and seeing to their own needs. It never dawned on us to bitch and moan about the federal government letting us suffer and not takign care of our needs.
    Compare this with Dem. Gov. Laughton Childs of Fla when Hurricane Andrew hit. Childs was all over TV whiing that Pres. Bush sr. was ignoring Fla’s needs until Bush was finally allowed to explain that he could not send aid unless the Gov. of Fla requested it. So 3 days after Andrew devastated South Fla. with little children answering, when asked if they could have anythign in the wold they want what would to ask of? they ansered “a drink of water.” Even after it was explained to the Female Dem. Gov. of LA in detail that she had to ask for help before the Federal Govt. could come in after Katrina hit New Orleans, she responded, “I can’t sign all those papers giving Bush all that power without reading them first and it’s going to take me two weeks to read all this stuff.”
    Here’s hoping that Jindal pulls off a feat equal to gov. Campbell’s in SC. Then, maybe, just maybe, voters will wake up to the fact that empty promises of CHANGE and freebies to be handed out like Mana from God, that are the mantra of the Democrats all over the country, their safety and well being would be better served by electing someone with a little common sense.

  4. sjreidhead says:

    Bravo for mentioning how the late Carroll Campbell handled Hugo. I was living in the upstate at the time. Everyone was glued to the television and watching Campbell’s actions. I think he did write the book on how to handle a natural disaster.

    The shameful way the Democrats play death and destruction for votes is just plain obscene. I know of no other word.

    SJR
    The Pink Flamingo

  5. Redteam says:

    Well, here I am in Louisiana, my town lies on the line that the Hurricane center has drawn as the path of Gustav (based on the usual performance of the weather service, I shouldn’t have anything to worry about) but be that as it may, I’ve now stocked up well on all the necessities, in addition to plenty of beer, I’ve gotten all the recommended items. I’m inland a ways, Rita got us fairly well in ’05, so we’re expecting to lose power for several days, so I’ve gotten about a 100 gallons of gasoline to power my generator, will have city water and natural gas. So far I haven’t asked the government for anything. Evacuations are well underway for those that want to leave, I’m staying, not much danger. I think Jindal is doing great in managing the situation. Of course there’s zero chance that he could be as bad as Blanco was.

  6. Terrye says:

    Redteam:

    Good Luck.

  7. ivehadit says:

    Redteam, I was just looking a the wind map linked at drudge and it looks like the winds will be cat 4 in Houma…If you are near there, don’t you want to evacuate? That’s some nasty winds they are talking about…Anything approaching a cat 2 is no good for me!

  8. Redteam says:

    Houma, yeah you’d want to evacuate. No I’m more in SW La, dry land here. I’ll be in good shape. thanks.

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