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Nov 05, 2012

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Steve Harrison

Actually, I'm pretty sure Satan has dominion over the Earth, which includes the weather. That's where the origin of the saying, "God willing and the creeks don't rise" came from. And considering the fact Sandy viciously attacked only blue states, we can safely conclude that Satan is a Republican.

It's all very simple, really.

bubba

"Interesting to see how voting goes in NY and NJ tomorrow.

If Obama wins and the Sandy Did It narrative holds, won't Pat Robertson have to say it was God's will?"

Oh golly gee whiz, do you think this new storm and the Sandy aftermath might cost Romney to lose in NJ and NY?

Bill Yaner

"Do you think this new storm and the Sandy aftermath might cost Romney to lose in NJ and NY?"

That's not the point. What Sandy brought us nationally was a vivid reminder of the need to have a strong and well managed federal response to our most urgent needs. In contrast to that is the memory of "Heck of a job Brownie" and a Ryan budget that would make deep cuts to FEMA.

With short memory span Americans, timing is everything.


Andrew Brod

Another way Bubba misses the point: The storm could suppress voter turnout in a couple of big blue states, thereby increasing the odds of Obama losing the popular vote while winning the electoral vote.

Hartzman

Both sides are on the climate denial or ignore mode.

prell

"Both sides are on the climate denial or ignore mode."

Both have nothing to say about RUCO or TREBIC too. Shame.

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