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Rock'n chair Rambler  
Over Taxed, TX  
September 3, 2011 9:04am
Yep, in spite of all the hype and government over-reaction there were still 40 deaths blamed on the "hurricane" that barely was a hurricane and for most people was only a tropical storm.

Those 40 deaths are generally used to justify the hype by the media and government officials jumping through their butts to "do something". I keep thinking, however, with a population of millions, the entire east coast of the US, how many deaths would normally occur during a period of several days? If the storm was so dangerous to life and limb, how come most of those deaths weren't weather reporters standing right out in the middle of it?

But, just like the Obama stimulus, their defense is to claim that had they done nothing, it would have been worse. Really?
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