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Offline Ptarmigan

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Are Global Warming Alarmists Disappointed Hurricane Matthew Wasn't Worse?
http://www.investors.com/politics/commentary/are-global-warming-alarmists-disappointed-hurricane-matthew-wasnt-worse/

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Chicago mayor and Clinton crony Rahm Emanuel famously said to never let a crisis go to waste in politics. In the case of Hurricane Matthew, some political operatives and global warming true believers might have wanted the crisis to be worse than it was. It would be consistent with their history.

Hurricane Matthew killed at least 30 Americans and more than 1,000 in total. Damage is estimated to be at least $5 billion.

But apparently that's not enough death and destruction for the alarmists.

Matthew was bad for Haiti.
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Offline RayRaytheSBS

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Matthew was the first hurricane I went through,  and it was bad enough, thanks. Frickin' Environazis are all butthurt because the storm wasn't strong enough? There's no pleasing some people, I swear. You'd figure they'd be happy that red state hell was being crushed by the storm, but noooooo..
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