No, I Don’t Think Gays Are To Blame For Hurricane Sandy

From John McTernan’s blog

If you add the area of the drought and now the hurricane together, it would be about 80 percent of the country! As I said, the Holy God of Israel is systematically destroying America right before our eyes.

Just last August, Hurricane Isaac hit New Orleans seven years later, on the exact day of Hurricane Katrina. Both hit during the week of the homosexual event called Southern Decadence in New Orleans!

Someone emailed me for comment on this story after seeing my “Sandy is not globull warming” posts. I don’t blame gays. I don’t think this is God’s hand at work taking retribution for America’s decedent ways or plans to divide Israel. While I certainly believe in God, these storms have been happening for a long, long time every now and then.

Now, If the dead start walking the earth……

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5 Responses to “No, I Don’t Think Gays Are To Blame For Hurricane Sandy”

  1. Gumball_Brains says:

    I blame liberals for the mother nature’s utter and apparent destruction of America. DESTRUCTION!!!

    So far, I still have not seen anything that is .. unusual.

    I have been watching CBS New York all day. What have we gotten out of it. A reporter standing in the only spot that was not flooded talking about how ironic it was she was standing in the only spot in town not flooded from the rains. While there, she was talking about how she was worried about the one light pole, a block away, leaning. She mentioned she will probably have to find a new place to report from due to the danger from the light pole. She then mentioned, “It is intense out here!”

    Another reporter had an on-the-spot report about one gas station that had PART of its metal covering over its gas pumps blow off.

    Hello, may I introduce you guys to a typical weekly spring storm in the Plains States??

  2. Gumball_Brains says:

    when they start having mobile homes rolling down a street.. then I’ll start paying real attention.

  3. I’ve been looking at the buoy data, and I’m just not seeing hurricane force winds, and only middle tropical storm winds. One buoy at Cape May, which should have been almost ground zero, shows just under 60mph at 8pm as top sustained. Even the Weather Channel doesn’t show it. They’ve gone with a graphic that shows gusts, not sustained.

    Granted, even sustained 40-50 is damned dangerous, as are the gusts, rain, storm surge, and flooding, but, the media seems to have gone overboard yet again. Question is, why?

  4. Gumball_Brains says:

    To be fair, it is unusual to have a hurricane hit the coast at this time of year. Normally they go out and up. And then they thought there was going to be something with the cold front coming in.

    And, they did see something with the very low pressure that has not been seen before (940mb) which is unusually low for a Cat 1 storm.

    HOWEVER, it is not unprecedented for a storm to hit this area. It is not unusual for this area to get lots of rain.

    What is unusual, is to build massive human structures below sea level and then wonder why the areas flood during a storm. Yeah, you can build for high flood stage.. but you also have to build up for STORM stage.

    How many of the History channel documentary style shows have we seen about what will happen should a storm hit NYC area. We are finding out now. Yet, the people in charge should have known and prepared for this all along. Any damage is on their heads.

    I’ve heard nothing from reporters on the ground except for “there’s a tree down”, there’s a sign down”, “debris is flying”, “oh my we now have storm surge”. When you can report on a whole neighborhood being wiped out, then you can report on something.

    One reporter actually reporting on the facade of a building slipping off, actually worried that the 40mph winds she was easily standing up in, were going to pick up the bricks and start flying them around. CBS New York reporter. One of the guy reporters, spent 3 series… on a tree that had fallen on the side of the road and called it, “a very dangerous situation”.

    Granted, falling trees are very dangerous and 5 people have died so far, 3 were kids in a home, but that would happen even during a N’orEaster blow. Which, this storm is now. It is not a hurricane any longer.

  5. Trish says:

    I do. Them and GW Bush.

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