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Is This America’s Most Idiotic Woman?

Business Insider put out a story titled “America’s ‘Unluckiest Woman’ Just Lost Her Fifth Home to a Hurricane“. This is exactly what Ron Paul was talking about, when he got criticized for saying people shouldn’t be entitled to tax payer money, to rebuild homes destroyed in areas that are prone to bad storms/flooding.

This woman lost four homes, and decided to build her fifth home...
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If I ever go to live in a

If I ever go to live in a disaster prone area like this, I want my house to be made of reinforced concrete with deep pilings and the main floor 10+ft off the ground.(can have a lower sealed floor that has no windows and is only accessable from the top)

So I guess she hasnt had enough of repeatedly losing all of her belongings? Or does she even care?

To climb the mountain, you must believe you can.

"Everyday In The Midwest Of This Country...

...homes are flying around. And the same people are standing there. 'What happened to your house?' 'It left again!'" --Jackie Mason

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"Bipartisan: both parties acting in concert to put both of their hands in your pocket."-Rothbard

Oh man, one liners about

Oh man, one liners about tornadoes. I'm writing that one down.

Southern Agrarian

But remember, she has a right

But remember, she has a right to make everyone pay so she can live in a place where here home is bound to get destroyed again and again

And in case people didn't

And in case people didn't catch it, that was sarcasm

ha!

ha!

No...

I think this is...lol...
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XOFy8HtbgOc&feature=youtube_g...

“It is not our part to master all the tides of the world, but to do what is in us for the succour of those years wherein we are set, uprooting the evil in the fields that we know, so that those who live after may have clean earth to till." -J.R.R. Tolkien

If I were the insurance company...

I would tell this woman to go to hell.

fireant's picture

Not if it's fed subsidized, which it probably is

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Undo what Wilson did

I wish other people would wake up to the fact...

that their tax dollars are going to the insane reconstruction of homes that are so prone to disasters.

They demagogue FEMA just like anything else to say it's for the public good while funneling the money to irresponsible people such as this woman.

Risk assessment goes out the window with government subsidized insurance. You get what you pay for, and we're paying for reckless behavior.

FEMA is a careful steward of the public purse..

...they did a comprehensive risk-analysis before they gave me a grant for the underwater dome home made of sugar-cubes that I'm building.

"Alas! I believe in the virtue of birds. And it only takes a feather for me to die laughing."

I think this is the point...

FEMA are the insurance where private insurance is either too high to not available at all

Preparation through education is less costly than learning through tragedy

fireant's picture

Where are the environmentalists?

Environmentalists should be screaming about fed flood insurance and fed re-building assistance; it encourages building in environmentally sensitive areas. Instead, they say nothing. I have asked many over the years. They avoid the issue. Makes me think the environmental agenda is more about government intrusion and less about the environment.

Undo what Wilson did

this pisses me off

this pisses me off

Shouldn't people in Louisiana

Shouldn't people in Louisiana just start building on stilts? I mean the city is sinking and all because it was built on the Miss. Delta... but seriously....

Southern Agrarian

Some already do.

It's the stupid ones that don't.