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The compassion of the elected official...

See how much government cares? We should turn over more of our wealth and freedoms to them. Private charity and action after a disaster will only slow things down and will not be coordinated with the state. Hiring private contractors to clean up rubble after a disaster is only an option for the super rich 1% and we need disaster response for everyone.

I don't know about yall but the first person I want to hug and hold me after my house is demolished by storm surge is a politician!

State planning and building regulations prevented people living within the danger zone of storm surge from building houses that would withstand such storms (stilts, etc). Thanks!

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QUESTION: Has SAND--y been kicked

in the face of Mitt?

With all due respect, I will no longer be a voting prostitute for Constitution rejecting harlots.

The ecologist in me is

The ecologist in me is actually thinking about the sand deposition as the beach moves inward trying to form dunes where the houses are (it cant because there are houses). Eminenent domain might swallow some of these people's properties as well since the sea is a little closer. I don't know beach laws for the east coast or what distance private residence has to be from low tide.

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