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Old 09-15-2008, 06:48 PM
 
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The 4th largest city in the country is shut down. Towns are wiped out. Schools are closed indefinitely. Bodies aren't being recoverd. People who were told to "shelter in place" are now without power, gas, food water for an extended period of time. Signs on the freeways in Dallas warn drivers not to drive to Houston or Beaumont as there is no fuel. Thousands of people are in shelters all over the state running out of money.

Could the Republican Texas Governor Good Hair be working double time to keep the bad and ugly out of the news because it's election time and he doesn't want the Republican administration to look bad again?? I even heard someone on the radio this morning make the point that a glitch in recovery efforts was a state based problem.
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