The Campaign For DA

5.30.2015

View From Highway: Two Miles West Of Bridgeport


12 comments:

Anonymous said...

No rant about this guy using public funds and public time to post twitter pics? After all, he is technically a cop.

Anonymous said...

These floods happened before in May 1957 when Texas and the southern plains went from five years of extreme drought to extreme flooding. That is the year that the two tornadoes touched down in Dallas. We did not call it climate change back then and neither did the people who lived during the Great Mississippi Flood of 1927 followed by the Dust Bowl of the 1930s. Drought and floods are facts of nature. Please stop relying on CBS, ABC, CNN etc. to teach you science and calling it global warming every time the climate drifts off average.

Anonymous said...

Suppose the same folks who were crying to the government about their losses due to drought will now want relief for losses due to floods. If they had let more water out of lakes, there would be less flooding. I'm waiting for those who will be blaming Obama for their current (and future) problems. Of course hypocrite Sen. Cruz wants govt aid for Texas after opposing the same for hurricane damage.

Anonymous said...

2:54 No one ever claimed extreme weather events never happened in the past. It's just that they're becoming more severe and more frequent. By the way, weather happens all over the world - not just in Wise Co and in your limited lifetime.

Anonymous said...

3:51 - I totally agree. The U.S. was devastated by hurricanes last year.

Anonymous said...

You sure about that more severe and more frequent notion? Did you ever stop to think more severe only means more damage cause there's more people and more stuff to damage? Or that more frequent is a false impression caused by moreand faster information? No of course you didn't. Lemmings never think in rational terms.

People with no common sense perceive things differently than others. We call them useful idiots. Democrats call them supporters.

Anonymous said...

2:54, Please Google "record high temperature by State" and get back to me after you take a look at the dates each State record was set. Sort the data in ascending order by date and let us know what you find.

Anonymous said...

7:06 The planet is some 4 billion years old. Weather has been developing throughout that time. Googling state records would give a very short segment of planet weather history. Weather is worldwide and millions of years long. State records are far too limited.

Anonymous said...

11:14, Well, then will you give me a reading on arctic ice since records have been kept? Is it melting yet? Did your man Gore, when he started this crap, not say it would be melted by the year 2014?

"they're becoming more severe and more frequent" - So our drought that was just interrupted was more severe than the Dust Bowl or the drought of the 1950's. And the flood on the Trinity is more severe than the Great Mississippi Flood of 1927? How about the flood on the Trinity in Wise County being more severe than other floods in our county?

You might take a look at sun spot counts and get a real education.

Anonymous said...

I Googled "1957 Drought" and this was my first hit:

https://stevengoddard.wordpress.com/

My college physics professors hammered this period into our brains as they did the Dust Bowl. They blamed it on the sun's cycles and not people. Humans have about as much control over the climate as monkeys do. College professors were non political back in those days. Their ability to get a job was not dependent upon their political leanings nor their support for some dreamed up theory of climate.

Anonymous said...

Typical master baiter. Heaven forbid an elected official be off duty and take a picture and post on a public information site. Grow up.

Anonymous said...

How do you know the planet is 4 billion years old? Who was there to start the timing?