Discussion in 'Politics' started by Mr. Shaman, May 24, 2011.
"Meanwhile, as Climate Progress reports, the government’s tornado forecasting service faces cuts in the GOP Congress, including cuts to NOAA weather satellite that “could halve the accuracy of precipitation forecasts.”
"Accurate and early forecasting is tremendously important, as 'tornado deaths in the United States have gone from 8 per 1 million people in 1925 to 0.11 per 1 million people today — a trend largely attributed to early-warning systems fed by advanced meteorology and the introduction of Doppler radar.'”
ThinkProgress » Cantor Says Congress Won’t Pay For Missouri Disaster Relief Unless Spending Is Cut Elsewhere
Republicans: The kind of people who vote down tax increases AFTER the bridge collapses.
It's time someone "outed" that.....
wow.. another romper room bound thread... you must be proud, troll
A distinctly corporate kind of worm well on his way to the Senate (and beyond?)
Makes you really anxious to see what the next generation of conservatives produce.
A man's house burns to the ground through no fault of his own and he loses everything he owns, it's a tragedy. If his neighbors decide to lend a helping hand, it's charity. If the neighbors go bankrupt and lose their homes because the government emptied their bank accounts to compensate the man who lost his house, it's called "business as usual" in Washington.
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