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  • Anonymous

    Don’t fret we will find the cost added into our next bill.

  • 16t plus 10b equals….

  • Anonymous

    No big whoop…$10 billion is what it costs the US to be in Iraq/Afghanistan every two weeks…

    • Anonymous

      Pointing that out is just a bit insensitive, Rev.

  • Anonymous

    Not to worry. The “Chosen One” will glen his presence upon the hurricane ravaged area that the media so expounded on over the last 3 days all to divert attention away from the real looming issue just prior to the most important election in recent history,, what is behind the Libya coverup and why can’t the administration tell the truth. This natural disaster should give the president enough media coverage in a positive light to seal the deal. Meanwhile, 4 people were murdered abroad  and no assistance was given when it was asked for. I’m sure the billions that Obama throws at this hurricane will far outweigh the real subject matter at hand.

    • The most important election in recent history?

      If that’s true (and I doubt it) we are in real trouble, because I have never, in my lifetime, seen two more unworthy candidates.  These guys make Eric Cartman look brainy

      • Anonymous

        It’s not about the candidates, it’s about the electorate and their wishes that back the candidates.

  • Anonymous

    Sure, the insurance company will take it on the chin for $10 billion with no rate increases. This is what they are famous for. 

  • beangood

    As The Hurricane Damage Tally Begins, Here Is Who Pays
    http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2012-10-30/hurricane-damage-tally-begins-here-who-pays

  • Couldn’t happen to nicer people.  I hope the insurance industry takes in it the rump!

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