Exclusive: Less fortunate in U.S. hit...

Exclusive: Less fortunate in U.S. hit harde...

There are 10 comments on the WTAQ-AM Green Bay story from Nov 16, 2012, titled Exclusive: Less fortunate in U.S. hit harde.... In it, WTAQ-AM Green Bay reports that:

U.S. droughts, floods and heat waves likely fueled by climate change in the last two years hit the people who can afford it the least - the poor and middle class, a report published on Friday said.

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litesong

Lynnwood, WA

#1 Nov 16, 2012
Of course, such happens. Money gets you to live in areas less prone to weather & climate change. The more information there is accessible by rich people, the more able rich people are able to avoid landforms most susceptible to environmental damage.
PHD

Overton, TX

#2 Nov 16, 2012
Poor people are able to purchase beech front property? Gee I wish I were poor. Gee the people that lost their property on the Gal. TX. Beech front must have been poor. Lookout poor here we come.
responder

Columbus, OH

#3 Nov 16, 2012
This is why we need to continue to elect Progressive politicians, whether Democrats or a third party, in order to continue the recovery and ensure social safety nets to protect the people.

We can't risk another economic meltdown which would leave us all poorer, more divided, and less safe. We need to push back against bloated 'defense' budgets and push hard to protect the environment.
litesong

Lynnwood, WA

#4 Nov 16, 2012
phd wrote:
Poor people are able to purchase beech front property? Gee I wish I were poor. Gee the people that lost their property on the Gal. TX. Beech front must have been poor. Lookout poor here we come.
There is 'beach front housing'. Then, there is 'BEACH FRONT HOUSING'!

Yeah, the EMT's & firemen, at Breezy Point, got the 'beach fronts' that the rich didn't want. After helping so many people, they came home to find their homes washed away.... as was stated, to the tune of 7% below the average median. But the rich people had very expensive beach fronts which didn't get floated away.
responder

Columbus, OH

#5 Nov 16, 2012
litesong wrote:
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There is 'beach front housing'. Then, there is 'BEACH FRONT HOUSING'!
Yeah, the EMT's & firemen, at Breezy Point, got the 'beach fronts' that the rich didn't want. After helping so many people, they came home to find their homes washed away.... as was stated, to the tune of 7% below the average median. But the rich people had very expensive beach fronts which didn't get floated away.
What about the "beech [sic] front housing," did that just have lots of tall, smooth-barked trees on it?

Heh!
lolol

Albuquerque, NM

#6 Nov 16, 2012
well proves the point, don't build houses inside tide lines of oceans then complain when mother nature cleans house.
PHD

Overton, TX

#7 Nov 16, 2012
litesong wrote:
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There is 'beach front housing'. Then, there is 'BEACH FRONT HOUSING'!
Yeah, the EMT's & firemen, at Breezy Point, got the 'beach fronts' that the rich didn't want. After helping so many people, they came home to find their homes washed away.... as was stated, to the tune of 7% below the average median. But the rich people had very expensive beach fronts which didn't get floated away.
Oil rig explodes in Gulf of Mexico; 2 missing, others hospitalized. Oh yes beech front property. Now the poor can move in the rich will soon to move away. Stilts won't help them with this issue.
PHD

Overton, TX

#8 Nov 16, 2012
responder wrote:
This is why we need to continue to elect Progressive politicians, whether Democrats or a third party, in order to continue the recovery and ensure social safety nets to protect the people.
We can't risk another economic meltdown which would leave us all poorer, more divided, and less safe. We need to push back against bloated 'defense' budgets and push hard to protect the environment.
So you want Gov. control.Nice to see you cleaned up your act.No thanks necessary.
litesong

Lynnwood, WA

#9 Nov 16, 2012
phd wrote:
Oh yes beech front property.
They got beech trees in your area?
PHD

Overton, TX

#10 Nov 17, 2012
litesong wrote:
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They got beech trees in your area?
Yes on the lakes ,rivers and streams.

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