Louisiana faces serious flooding

Louisiana faces serious flooding

There are 54 comments on the The Guardian story from Aug 29, 2012, titled Louisiana faces serious flooding. In it, The Guardian reports that:

Low-lying areas in south-east Louisiana faced serious flooding on Wednesday as Hurricane Isaac began to slowly move inland and towards New Orleans .

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JBH

Richmond, Canada

#1 Aug 29, 2012
People are not going to worry how you think of Romney.
The pollsters' polls reflect comprising some of the people who can't vote, or don't vote, or with no valid IDS to vote.
But the real polls are showing Romney leading (although not much still), based on actual voters who will vote or have good IDS.

Obama has to get a lot of non citizens , illegals or aliens to vote in order to match even then.
Nobody cares what you think, because the real voters are basically overwhelmingly not here to read your comments.

Lots of people don't know what is going on, besides know nothing much about 9-11 (that may be why Obama did not release pictures as he is afraid), for a lot of people just watch soap opera, sitcoms, Hollywood movies and stars, and National Enquirer.

Therefore, it looks like those more educated people who know the issues and facts would tend to vote and that does not favor Obama.
robert

Fort Lauderdale, FL

#2 Aug 29, 2012
Some scientist say that by 2100 New Orleans will be gone.

Some areas are sinking 4 times faster then pre katrina readings.
flipflopbadcatbo y

Anonymous Proxy

#3 Aug 29, 2012
Is Obama in Louisiana yet?? WTF? Bush was crucified for not being there on day on during Katrina! I guess the golf and beer making are much more important and of course the libtards are ok with the Kenyan screwing around doing nothing as usual.. VOTE FOR ROMNEY!
mike

Tampa, FL

#4 Aug 29, 2012
It will all be fine they now have a republican Gov. who will make sure everyone is prepared not like the Black racist incompetent Clown they had during Katrina.
flipflopbadcatbo y

Germany

#5 Aug 29, 2012
ROMNEY/RYAN, The antidote for Obama.
Your Ex

United States

#6 Aug 29, 2012
JBH wrote:
People are not going to worry how you think of Romney.
The pollsters' polls reflect comprising some of the people who can't vote, or don't vote, or with no valid IDS to vote.
But the real polls are showing Romney leading (although not much still), based on actual voters who will vote or have good IDS.
Obama has to get a lot of non citizens , illegals or aliens to vote in order to match even then.
Nobody cares what you think, because the real voters are basically overwhelmingly not here to read your comments.
Lots of people don't know what is going on, besides know nothing much about 9-11 (that may be why Obama did not release pictures as he is afraid), for a lot of people just watch soap opera, sitcoms, Hollywood movies and stars, and National Enquirer.
Therefore, it looks like those more educated people who know the issues and facts would tend to vote and that does not favor Obama.
Also, no-one cares what YOU think, pineback.
"Canada, Americas hat!"
flipflopbadcatbo y

Germany

#7 Aug 29, 2012
robert wrote:
Some scientist say that by 2100 New Orleans will be gone.
Some areas are sinking 4 times faster then pre katrina readings.
HMMMMMMMMMMMMM! By this November BHO should be gone too.
Wall Street Government

Sebastian, FL

#8 Aug 29, 2012
Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal, who has criticized Barack Obama for excessive federal spending, said the president isn’t providing enough funding to cover the costs of Hurricane Isaac.
The governor has criticized federal spending under Obama. He gave the Republican response to Obama’s first State of the Union speech in February 2009, attacking stimulus measures he said were larded with waste. He was endorsed as a vice- presidential pick for Romney in May by Grover Norquist, head of Americans for Tax Reform, which opposes taxes and federal government spending.

Jindal, a 41-year-old Republican, said in a Baton Rouge news briefing today that he sent a letter of complaint to the Democratic president.

“You can’t wait, you have to push the federal bureaucracy,” he said.

Jindal wrote yesterday evening that Isaac requires “extraordinary emergency protective measures” and “full federal assistance for the state.” The president’s emergency declaration doesn’t provide for reimbursement of state expenses, only for “direct federal assistance,” Jindal wrote.

Bobby, begging for "socialism"?

Sorry Bobby, you'll have to wait so we can figure out an "offset" for that.
Road Agent

Belle Vernon, PA

#9 Aug 29, 2012
flipflopbadcatboy wrote:
Is Obama in Louisiana yet?? WTF? Bush was crucified for not being there on day on during Katrina! I guess the golf and beer making are much more important and of course the libtards are ok with the Kenyan screwing around doing nothing as usual.. VOTE FOR ROMNEY!
He's busy looking at Huts in Kenya.
Road Agent

Belle Vernon, PA

#10 Aug 29, 2012
Wall Street Government wrote:
Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal, who has criticized Barack Obama for excessive federal spending, said the president isn’t providing enough funding to cover the costs of Hurricane Isaac.
The governor has criticized federal spending under Obama. He gave the Republican response to Obama’s first State of the Union speech in February 2009, attacking stimulus measures he said were larded with waste. He was endorsed as a vice- presidential pick for Romney in May by Grover Norquist, head of Americans for Tax Reform, which opposes taxes and federal government spending.
Jindal, a 41-year-old Republican, said in a Baton Rouge news briefing today that he sent a letter of complaint to the Democratic president.
“You can’t wait, you have to push the federal bureaucracy,” he said.
Jindal wrote yesterday evening that Isaac requires “extraordinary emergency protective measures” and “full federal assistance for the state.” The president’s emergency declaration doesn’t provide for reimbursement of state expenses, only for “direct federal assistance,” Jindal wrote.
Bobby, begging for "socialism"?
Sorry Bobby, you'll have to wait so we can figure out an "offset" for that.
Like Ray Nagin badgered Bush. You need to stop the whining and stop peeing your panties.
Wall Street Government

Sebastian, FL

#11 Aug 29, 2012
Road Agent wrote:
<quoted text>Like Ray Nagin badgered Bush. You need to stop the whining and stop peeing your panties.
Oh' darn.

It seems as though Bobby Jindal and the teabaggers need to do that.

Their panties are floaoting in the Plaquemines Parish.

Too bad teabags don't float.

Maybe Limbaughtomy can get over there and blow them up.

He's got air to spare, all hot.
lololol

Cerrillos, NM

#12 Aug 29, 2012
As long as any moron that rebuilds time after time after a flood in the same place that is known for flooding because it is UNDER SEA LEVEL they need no pity (or money) because they are MORONS !!!!!!
Insurance companies need to stop insuring these idiots and jacking up rates across the country because the lemmings return and rebuild only to get flooded out again and again.

Since: Oct 08

Alpharetta, GA

#13 Aug 29, 2012
Every few years, God has to flush his toilet....Katrina, and now Isaac.

Since: Jul 08

Location hidden

#14 Aug 29, 2012
JBH wrote:
People are not going to worry how you think of Romney.
The pollsters' polls reflect comprising some of the people who can't vote, or don't vote, or with no valid IDS to vote.
But the real polls are showing Romney leading (although not much still), based on actual voters who will vote or have good IDS.
Obama has to get a lot of non citizens , illegals or aliens to vote in order to match even then.
Nobody cares what you think, because the real voters are basically overwhelmingly not here to read your comments.
Lots of people don't know what is going on, besides know nothing much about 9-11 (that may be why Obama did not release pictures as he is afraid), for a lot of people just watch soap opera, sitcoms, Hollywood movies and stars, and National Enquirer.
Therefore, it looks like those more educated people who know the issues and facts would tend to vote and that does not favor Obama.
And that applies to a thread on flooding in Louisiana how?

“Coffee prevents Alzheimer's”

Since: Aug 12

Wausau, WI

#16 Aug 29, 2012
Instead of bailing them out, literally, we should ban all new construction in the mud flats and require each vacated house to be moved or dismantled.
Declare it a park, like the Everglades.
Ralph

Grand Rapids, MI

#17 Aug 29, 2012
obozo will be showing up there soon enough pandering for votes. demorats never waste a crisis.
Wall Street Government

Sebastian, FL

#18 Aug 29, 2012
Ralph wrote:
obozo will be showing up there soon enough pandering for votes. demorats never waste a crisis.
Oh' you mean in person?
Not like the pandering George did looking out the window of Air Force One?
That was special.
Outta Luck

Ames, IA

#19 Aug 29, 2012
robert wrote:
Some scientist say that by 2100 New Orleans will be gone.
Some areas are sinking 4 times faster then pre katrina readings.
Republicans don't beleive in 'science'...

Since: Oct 08

Alpharetta, GA

#20 Aug 29, 2012
Outta Luck wrote:
<quoted text>
Republicans don't beleive in 'science'...
But we did pass 3rd grade spelling......I before E, except after C.

“Truth to Power!”

Since: Apr 07

Derwood, MD

#21 Aug 29, 2012

Jackasscrats and Obama are upset the Storm didn't Kill people in Tampa.


What Filth!

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