Most Fargo flood victims did not have flood insurance.

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    The Associated Press: AP Enterprise: Few in flood zone have insurance


    I guess they didn't learn from Katrina.
     
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    sure they did.....the government threw billions at that state afterwards......
     
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    so in other words, the idiots DESERVE to go bankrupt? lose their houses?

    what a jackass you are.
     
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    I'm just wondering why all the conservatives aren't hear yelling about their lack of personal responsibility. I mean - they knew they lived next to a river, right? And their state government had been urging them to get flood insurance for a decade, right? And then they had the convenience of being able to learn from the mistakes of others - Katrina, right? Yet, still no flood insurance? In areas where you are not required by law to have it, its not that expensive at all.
     
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    funny no looting or murders either......
     
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    priceless!
     
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    Yeah, I'm sure that has nothing to do with the fact the city wasn't evacuated. Its not like looting happens more often in places where all the property owners have left the town or anything.
     
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    and you know the situations of each and every one of those people who lost their houses to this thing, right?
     
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    I'm not sure what others consider expensive but around here flood insurance is expensive and people don't generally have it unless they are located in certain designated flood-prone areas and their mortgages require them to.
     
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    BBC NEWS | World | Americas | New Orleans violence 'overstated'

    But I know, truth doesn't matter. If FOX news tells you there was widespread murder in the city, then it must be true, after all, its nothing but a bunch of n-----s, so fuck them.
     

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