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Hurricane to affect RNC?

Could a hurricane affect the RNC next week? Well, given how anyone can use the HAARP machine in Alaska or chemtrails and cloudseeding (though the Washington Post won't mention any of these things in this article), anything is possible.


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The odds are only around .2% according to the article.

Daily Paul cured my abibliophobia.

Possible Cancellation of the Convention

Someone at high levels is so scared of something or someone that they're throwing around the idea of possibly cancelling or postponing the GOP's national convention. Is the RNC attempting to discourage attendance at the convention? Is the RNC attempting to financially burden attendees with a cancellation and a reschedule? I must admit that the timing of this hurricane and its possible target is suspect ... However, I'm more interested in the EXCUSES used to influence attendance at the national convention than any actual landfall from a hurricane.


Notice the excuse of Biden's visit for the US Secret Service's provision of overall in"security" for the GOP's national convention ... bizarre to the extreme.

or it could be cause its hurricane season

Just saying : )

Although I have witnessed Paul supporters brave far worse just to wave signs.

They tried to bury us, they didn't know we were seeds. -mexican proverb

If I were one

Who paid attention to such things, I might say that there has been a plane dropping a trail over Orlando at about6:30am for the last couple weeks. But I don't pay attention to such things.

Romney will walk into the tide and order it to not come in

just like King Canute, except Romney will play his "harp" and the tide won't come in.

*May the only ones to touch your junk, be the ones you want to touch your junk.*

That would not be good.

I wouldn't put it past "them" to steer the hurricane right into the conventions to put a damper on the protests. Tampa be damned...

Just imagine 100,000 people showing up in hurricane weather to support Dr Paul.

Tools of war are not always obvious. The worst weapon is an idea planted in the mind of man. Prejudices can kill, suspicion can destroy, and a thoughtless, frightened search for a scapegoat has an everlasting fallout all of its own.

Don't put it past us! lol.

I would totally stick around during a hurricane.

Oh boy, hurricanes suck, but

Oh boy, hurricanes suck, but I really wouldn't mind one ruining their Romney convention coronation. They wouldn't know what to do. Our team would probably be crazy enough to still rough it out and hold the convention during the hurricane anyway, nominating Paul.

This was mentioned on DP a few months ago about how

the weather people were going to "make a hurricane" for the RNC.