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Breaking our backs

January 12, 2014

These financial woes that were caused by the Biggert-Waters Flood Insurance Reform Act of 2012, which are downright unconstitutional, deliberate and ill-intended, are breaking the backs of the......

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MrShaman

Jan-13-14 12:00 PM

"It's time to revert back to the Proverb known throughout the world, that what is good for the goose, is also good for the gander." - Weldon C. Cohick Jr.

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AGREED!!!!! "conservatives" should lead, by example!!!

They're all-the-time talking about ditching S.S., and insisting THEY should be able to invest their OWN money!!

How 'bout you folks do the same...regarding flood "insurance"? Drop your present-policy, and put-together your OWN flood-response "account"!!!

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Alsever

Jan-12-14 11:58 AM

Time to do away with flood insurance totally! If you want a property in the floodplain, then you should live with the risks and not expect the Gov't to bail you out. I do NOT have flood insurance on my house in the floodway of little Pine Creek; if it floods, it floods.

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eriklatranyi

Jan-12-14 8:59 AM

Unconstitutional?

Spoken like a true liberal.

I guess taking money to subsidize those living in flood plains is perfectly acceptable, but making those same people pay for their risk is unconstitutional.

Wow!

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MimLogue

Jan-12-14 6:32 AM

Well said Weldon!!

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