The Campaign For DA

9.05.2017

Is This Bad?


17 comments:

Anonymous said...

It's only bad if you are too stupid to evacuate like the idiots in Houston and surrounding areas!

Anonymous said...

Keep praying, that stops hurricanes. (Except for Harvey, Sandy, Katrina, Ike, Wilma, Hugo, Andrew...........................)

Anonymous said...

You think you can screw around with the environment of my Earth and get away with it? The answer is no. Get ready for the Wrath of God. This is going to make the Plagues of Egypt look like a day at the beach by comparison.

DF God
df fear me

Anonymous said...

10:14, You are an arrogant jerk. My prayers averted disaster by preventing hurricanes Xavior, Yolanda, and Zelda just last year alone. Of course the Gid-hating liberal media will never report on that.

Anonymous said...

It's only bad if:
A) you get hit you it, or
B) you don't believe in global warming

DF Dale Milford & Harold Taft


Anonymous said...

@10:07. You are a GD fool. 8 million people can't evacuate. Does Rita ring a bell. Asshat.

Anonymous said...

Climate change? Based on what? Experience over time that would equal the thickness of one sheet of notebook paper against the length of a football field? In other words, in less than the blink of "earth time" we're suddenly climate experts. Why did the glaciers in Indiana retreat 10,000 years ago and form the Great Lakes, when man just said "ugh" and hit stuff with rocks?

Anonymous said...

11:52: 11 Million people didn't need to. Just the ones in the lowest lying areas. That way, when the water gets to their houses, you know it's going to keep going and you can evacuate the next layer of people and don't have to beg for any redneck with a boat to come and do what the people living there should have done before the storm even hit--get the hell out of dodge while you still can.

The Rita evacuation was a mess for two primary reasons. When the folks from Galveston and closer areas were evacuating through Houston, the state did not yet contraflow the major highways--and should have. They were also a day late in being told to leave. But then, the worst part was that as soon as most of Galveston and other areas were in Houston on the roads, Mayor White told all of Houston to evacuate. The timing alone guaranteed a massive traffic jam--and still the highways were not all turned north yet.

And keep in mind that we knew days ahead of time that Harvey was a much different storm than Rita. Rita was supposed to be a direct hit with hurricane force winds all the way into Houston. Harvey had already been greatly downgraded and the volume of rain was the only real threat. So the need to evacuate as many people like in Rita didn't exist for Harvey--and we knew that well ahead of time.

Claiming that you can't evacuate millions of people because it was screwed up in the past not only ignores that we should have (but did not) learn from the past, but also ignores the facts of this particular storm. People like you are just shilling for the local gov't in Houston, and they screwed the pooch. A proper evacuation would have started before the storm even hit, and would have only evacuated the people who keep rebuilding in flood zones. It would not have put 11 million people on the roads.

DF Survived Harvey Without a Scratch

DDF Also chose not to buy a house in a flood zone or next to a creek or bayou, so the water didn't even get over the curb

Anonymous said...

I love Gid

Anonymous said...

Basically a giant tornado...maybe 300 miles wide; F3 in the middle 50 miles.

Anonymous said...

It's a hurricane. Hurricanes have always occurred. Some are bad and some are not too bad. I'm still trying to figure out why the media keeps calling Harvey a monster storm on and on. It was a typical cat 4 hurricane that got stuck between two high pressures, so instead of dropping a typical 10-20 inches of rain along it's path it dropped 50 inches of rain because it just sat there. The storm was not anything new, in terms of hurricanes that we've seen before. Other circumstances were different.

Anonymous said...

@12:43

Is that you Delkus? Trolling Barry? Carry on please.

Anonymous said...

The answer is clear. We need to burn more coal.

Guinjames said...

Barry, you are very lucky to have so many climate experts at your disposal.

Anonymous said...

And yet, no one fears me.

DF The Wind Mariah

Anonymous said...

But I can make you cry.

DF And the Wind Cries Mary

rangerjim60 said...

What about the professor from Florida who got fired last week for saying Texas got what it deserved with Harvey for voting for Trump? Now that Florida is under the gun did they vote for Trump too? If Irma hits FL does this guy get his job back?