Recent tornado outbreak in South may ...

Recent tornado outbreak in South may set new record, experts say

There are 416 comments on the CNN story from Apr 28, 2011, titled Recent tornado outbreak in South may set new record, experts say. In it, CNN reports that:

A widespread outbreak of severe weather across the Deep South may be one for the record books as the National Weather Service received reports of more than 150 tornadoes.

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“"Beau-Se'ant”

Since: Jan 09

Manchester

#365 Mar 14, 2012
Lucy wrote:
JESUS WAS NOT A REPUBLICAN
YES TO BIRTH CONTROL
SEARCH TEBOW KISSED A MAN ,YES HE IS A QUEER.
(Credit: CBS) Amid continued controversy surrounding an Obama administration policy mandating that women working at religiously-affiliated institutions be provided with free access to contraceptive health care, a new CBS News/New York Times poll shows that most Americans - including Catholics - appear to support the rule.
According to a survey, conducted between Feb. 8-13, 61 percent of Americans support federally-mandated contraception coverage for religiously-affiliated employers; 31 percent oppose such coverage.
The number is similar among self-professed Catholics surveyed: 61 percent said they support the Obama administration's rule, while 32 percent oppose it.
Majorities of both men and women said they are in favor of the rule, though support among women is especially pronounced, with 66 percent supporting and 26 percent opposing it. Among men, 55 percent of men are in favor; 38 percent object.
The survey's margin of error is plus or minus three percentage points.
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President Obama announced Friday that the government will not force religiously-affiliated institutions such as schools, charities and hospitals to directly provide birth control coverage as part of their employees' health care coverage, in the wake of an uproar from religious leaders over the administration's original language surrounding the regulation.
According to the tweaked rule, employees of religiously-affiliated institutions will have access to no-cost contraceptive coverage through the employee's health insurer, which will be required to offer the coverage for free. Organizations will not be required to refer women to the contraception coverage or subsidize it.
The rule in question has always exempted religious institutions, such as houses of worship, from providing their employees with mandated contraceptive coverage. CUT sentence, seems redundant to above
A number of voices on the right remain dissatisfied with the compromise. Leading U.S. Catholic bishops have vowed to fight the decision with legislative and court challenges; most congressional Republicans object to it as well.
Republicans frame the matter as an issue of religious liberty; Democrats counter that no person is being forced to exert her right to use birth control. Democrats also point out that 99 percent of women, and up to 98 percent of Catholic women, have used birth control at some point in their lives, according to two separate polls by the Guttmacher Institute.
The GUTTMACHER Institute? LOL! You sound like an "Oprah Wind-Free":
http://www.fart-sounds.net/fart_sound_board.h...

Since: Nov 11

Enterprise, AL

#366 Apr 7, 2012
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Since: Nov 11

Enterprise, AL

#367 Apr 7, 2012

Since: Mar 12

Tuscaloosa, AL

#369 Apr 8, 2012
god wrote:
<quoted text>I seen where that tornado wiped out that whole town in alabama, but only did $200.00 in damages. Is alabama towns sort of like cuba?
it might as well be! We lost so much but only the people on welfare and disability gets help. The working folks get nothing.

Since: Mar 12

Tuscaloosa, AL

#370 Apr 8, 2012
god wrote:
<quoted text>I seen where that tornado wiped out that whole town in alabama, but only did $200.00 in damages. Is alabama towns sort of like cuba?
and then if that ain't bad enough, the insurance companies drop you!

“i am who i am ”

Since: Feb 12

Fayette, AL

#372 Apr 10, 2012
sorry i know this is off topic but i need a ride to jasper from bearcreek i have gas its in the morning ... also Barter? Nice 43in flat screen for a running vehicle, Also can trade work ect. Family in desperate need. thank you very much.

Since: Mar 12

United States

#373 Apr 11, 2012
alabamaglamdoll wrote:
sorry i know this is off topic but i need a ride to jasper from bearcreek i have gas its in the morning ... also Barter? Nice 43in flat screen for a running vehicle, Also can trade work ect. Family in desperate need. thank you very much.
girl you need to find you a cheap car. People will take advantage of you if you dont be careful. It is a dangerous world out there
lol

Pell City, AL

#374 Apr 11, 2012
Why you goin to japser
abiminlove

Marietta, GA

#375 Apr 11, 2012
Tornadoes will happen more and more frequently later on in 2012.
Planet earth is moving into a new area of outer space. We will soon have nothing but tornadoes and tsunamis. better Party while you can!!!

-Your love is like, a rollercoaster baby-baby!
I wanna ride it!-
Curious

Gadsden, AL

#376 Apr 12, 2012
abiminlove wrote:
Tornadoes will happen more and more frequently later on in 2012.
Planet earth is moving into a new area of outer space. We will soon have nothing but tornadoes and tsunamis. better Party while you can!!!
-Your love is like, a rollercoaster baby-baby!
I wanna ride it!-
Take off the tin hat and put down the Kool-Aid and/or crack pipe.
Sweet Justice

Twinsburg, OH

#378 Jun 19, 2012
The tornadoes were payback for the extreme cruelty done by those punks that skinned Annie the beagle alive. No one would care if Alabama were wiped clean by more tornadoes. Heartless a5540le5!
Reeling Spin

Tampa, FL

#379 Jun 19, 2012
alabamaglamdoll wrote:
sorry i know this is off topic but i need a ride to jasper from bearcreek i have gas its in the morning ... also Barter? Nice 43in flat screen for a running vehicle, Also can trade work ect. Family in desperate need. thank you very much.
Wait a second, you want a free ride in a car, but you have gas??? Well, roll down the windows, whoever picks you up
ThomasA

Covington, GA

#380 Jun 19, 2012
GOD is punishing Alabama for slavery and incest.
ThomasA

Covington, GA

#381 Jun 19, 2012
I was run out of town by the Southern Baptist down in Gadsden Alabama.

I came back to Salt Lake City to be with my own kind... not you sub-human animals.

Mormons are the REAL chosen ones, not those dirty jews.

We are the only ones going to Heaven.

Jesus is an American! Yes, Jesus Christ was born in Amercia.

Vote for Mitt Romney - he's a reincarnation of Jesus Christ.

He's also a direct descendant of The Christ.

He was sent by GOD to defeat that muslin satanist obamee!

He is Americia's great white hope.
Sweet Justice

Twinsburg, OH

#382 Jun 20, 2012
ThomasA wrote:
I was run out of town by the Southern Baptist down in Gadsden Alabama.
I came back to Salt Lake City to be with my own kind... not you sub-human animals.
Mormons are the REAL chosen ones, not those dirty jews.
We are the only ones going to Heaven.
Jesus is an American! Yes, Jesus Christ was born in Amercia.
Vote for Mitt Romney - he's a reincarnation of Jesus Christ.
He's also a direct descendant of The Christ.
He was sent by GOD to defeat that muslin satanist obamee!
He is Americia's great white hope.
You Mormons can create any fantasy you want, but this one is just... Laughable.
Jesus was born in America over 2,000 years ago? Really?
Was he Cherokee, Blackfoot, Apache, Navaho, Sioux, Crow, Seneca, Comanche, or some other tribe?
Sweet Justice

Twinsburg, OH

#383 Jun 20, 2012
BTW, muslin is a type of fabric.
Stan and Kyle

United States

#384 Jun 20, 2012
I wondered where ThomasA went
Jojn

Hayden, AL

#385 Jul 1, 2012
The news says Mormons are swarming to get away from their church. I think Thomas went with them!
Stan and Kyle wrote:
I wondered where ThomasA went

“"Beau-Se'ant”

Since: Jan 09

Manchester

#386 Jul 1, 2012
Well, you can choose a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, who lives a far purer and wholesome life than the vast majority of Christians in this country, or you can choose a guy who spent 20 years listening to Jeremiah Wright preach Black Liberation Theology and Marxism in the name of Christianity. See this:
http://www.acton.org/pub/commentary/2008/04/0...

And know this, I am a devout, practicing Catholic. I know many Mormons, and trust me, we should all live so cleanly.

Faith is important to me, but no more important that character and honor. Mitt Romney is a fine man and someone to aspire to:

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America is at a crossroads. We will not survive 4 more years of Barack Hussein Obama.
Delores

Chattanooga, TN

#387 Jul 1, 2012
Mitt Romney is a crook from word go. He is rich as can be, and made it all by buying up business, fireing all of the employees and selling the business. Anyone that rich has other goals as being President. There has to be money somewhere, or he would not seek out being President.

I voted Republican last time, but will vote for Obama before I will vote for a crook straight from hell, who wants to help the rich and deny the middle class and the poor prosperity.

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