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Torrential downpours along the Mississippi River have forced Midwesterners in half a dozen states to fight back floodwaters, which risk reaching record levels.
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So what kind of help are they getting from the Government. None it seems. Wars are a priority Right
It's the Beavers! They're regrouped, strong and fighting back for the land that was taken from them.
glad to know other people know that all this is governmental haarp and chem trailing.
Interesting how the strange planes spray in the sky and then odd storms appear...
HAARP like a suspension bridge swaying out of control to the march of a thousand soldiers?
US kindergarten kids should learn about peter & the dam rather than Barbie gets rich on DVD
Four horsemen, one apocalypse no america
Does HAARP hit 2 places at once?
Having now, said that I agree "US gov't is too busy funding rebels, dissidents and NGOs."
Someone above said: "US gov't is too busy funding rebels, dissidents and NGOs. Infrastructure rating = D+. No surprise!" Not that it has whole lot to do with the subject at hand but, it is just that kind of thinking that is destroying this country.
I say get off your lazy bottom and take care of your own self. Be of some use to family and friends and maybe they will be there for you in your time of need. But please do not reach into the pockets of strangers via taxes and steal what you have failed to prepare for on your own.
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