Can Hurricane Sandy cancel the election? (Vanity)
Posted on Friday, October 26, 2012 10:17:53 AM by SandyLynn
Just a thought..I’m obviously a Nervous Nellie! I was watching Fox and Friends this morning, and they were all over the fact that Hurricane Sandy may cause voting problems in the upcoming election.
Does anyone here think that the Liar In Chief might use the storm as an excuse to postpone/cancel the election?
SENECA, S.C. — An Upstate man has again disproved the old adage about lightning never striking the same place twice after being struck for the sixth time on Monday.
Melvin Roberts, 58, is recovering at Oconee Memorial Hospital after being struck at his home on Deer Park Drive in Seneca on Monday.
His wife, Martha Roberts, said that her husband was outside trying to cover his lawn mower when he was struck. Neighbors found Roberts lying unconscious in the yard.
Melvin Roberts said he was struck several times over the last several years, and in the last case in 2007, it was not even raining when it happened.
Robert said, “I went to cover my chickens up, and I believe it was clear. But when I woke up, I was all bloody and burned and confused and had my little chickens lying with their feet up.”
Roberts carries a scar on his head from the first time and scars on his legs from the 2007 strike. That strike left him with nerve damage to his left leg and he spent more than a year in a wheelchair.
This time he has a wound on his foot and blisters on his ankles.
He said Wednesday that his love life has paralleled his experience with lightning, but that’s about to change.
Roberts said, “I’ve been married five times and I’ve been hit by lightning five times. (My wife) says this is the sixth time. I’m not leaving my wife, so I’m going to have to try to do something different.”
“I ain’t saying be afraid of it, but I’m going to have to learn to give it a little respect. It can happen to anybody.”
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As we have previously reported, the Armed Forces Press Service initiated a propaganda campaign designed to convince the American people that deploying the 3rd Infantry Division in the United States in violation of the Posse Comitatus Act is a good thing, with images of soldiers from the brigade helping in “humanitarian” rescue missions, such as car wrecks. This is all designed to condition Americans to accept troops on the streets and highways as a part of everyday life. The assignment of the 1st Brigade Combat Team to Northcom alarmed the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU). “This is a radical departure from separation of civilian law enforcement and military authority and could, quite possibly, represent a violation of law,” said Mike German, ACLU national security policy counsel.
A FREEDOM-DESTROYING HURRICANE IS BEARING DOWN UPON USby Ron Ewart, ©2010How do we fight “Hurricane Obama”?Sept. 2, 2010 — As Hurricane Earl positions itself to crash into the East Coast of America, once again we are faced with the awesome power of a hurricane. This new hurricane comes on the heels of the 5th anniversary of Hurricane Katrina that flooded 80% of New Orleans and killed over 1,800 people.Atlantic hurricanes, like Earl and Katrina, are formed off of the northwest coast of Africa in atmospheric depressions and are driven by the tropical westerlies towards Central and North America. The engine for the hurricanes is the heat of the ocean, which rises upward quickly in the newly-forming tropical depression. As the heat rises ever faster within the center of the hurricane, it creates massive friction between water and air molecules in the up and down currents within the hurricane. Winds rotate counter clockwise around low pressure areas, tropical depressions and hurricanes. The heat and friction increases the counter clockwise rotation until winds as high as 180 miles an hour can occur in the eye wall of the hurricane.
These hurricanes contain massive amounts of water vapor and can drop 10 to 20 inches of rain in a 24-hour period with ease. The damage to property and lives occurs from high wind speeds and wide-spread flooding. People are wise to flee its wrath.
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Tuesday, August 31, 2010
The United States constitution says that every citizen has the right to carry a gun for self defense. However, five years ago in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina people were having their guns taken from them and collected by law enforcement.