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Author Topic: Hartzler outlines views on deficit, Missouri River flooding, military voting  (Read 1863 times)

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Hartzler outlines views on deficit, Missouri River flooding, military voting

U.S. Rep. Vicky Hartzler
Hartzler outlines views on deficit, Missouri River flooding, military voting
WASHINGTON, D.C. (July 15, 2011) — Good day. The big talk in Washington and throughout much of the Fourth Congressional District is President Obama’s request to raise the nation’s debt ceiling. I have heard from citizens back in Missouri and I want you to know I have no intention of giving in to irresponsible borrowing and spending. We are encouraging the President to accept the Cut, Cap and Balance proposal for dealing with the debt crisis: It contains cuts, enforceable spending caps that will put federal spending on a path to a balanced budget and it embraces congressional passage of a Balanced Budget Amendment to the U.S. Constitution. As citizens along parts of the Missouri River deal with flooding and those along other parts of the river prepare for rising waters I want to assure everyone that I am looking to the future to address management of this vital waterway. This week, the House approved the Energy and Water bill that includes plans for the Missouri River. I am proud to have supported an amendment that will restrict funding for the Missouri River Ecosystem Restoration Plan, whose vision for the Missouri River is contrary to navigation and flood control. The House Armed Services Committee held hearings, this week, touching on a couple of important issues – military voting and mishandling of remains at Arlington National Cemetery in Virginia. On voting, a recent report on the 2010 election showed that 33 percent of military and overseas voters reported attempting to vote, but failed to do so because they did not receive their ballot or received their ballot too late. This is unacceptable! Click here to read more on Pulaski County Daily News ...
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So if I understand this right it is better to let the eco systems surrounding our rivers deteriorate so we can continue to fund , over and over, people , businesses  and farmers that continue to build in a flood zone. It seems to me it would be cheaper to tell people to move after the feds have paid to rebuild the places for the 10th time and let nature run its course. That would also help solve the eco issues by allowing areas to be left to nature.

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and intentionally flooding farms so an entire town also built in the flood plain can survive?

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if you live on a flood plain, expect floods. pay for the damage yourself. don't like it, move. we should not be paying for other people's stupidity with higher  insurance premiums.

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if you live on a flood plain, expect floods. pay for the damage yourself. don't like it, move. we should not be paying for other people's stupidity with higher  insurance premiums.
I guess since you live along tornado strickin I44 corridor those down along the mississippi should not have pay for your stupidity for living here either
John Wayne said it best, "I may not have voted for him, but he is MY President

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you can prepare and lessen flood damage, ya can't escape a tornado if it's coming. no comparison. try again! LOL LOL

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you can prepare and lessen flood damage, ya can't escape a tornado if it's coming. no comparison. try again! LOL LOL
   you maybe need to re-read what you wrote...."if you live on a flood plain, expect floods. pay for the damage yourself. don't like it, move."     If you live in tornado alley ...expect tornados and deal with it
John Wayne said it best, "I may not have voted for him, but he is MY President

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you can prevent your house from being flooded out by not living on a flood plain. It is an area prone to flooding, you can see the rivers rise. flooding doesn't occur everywhere.
 you know the hazard already and have accepted the risk, you know it will flood. don't want to face the risk? move

tornados strike anywhere, you can't move away from them. you can't predict with certainty where they will hit. you don't know with certainty your house will be hit.
 you can build a home virtually tornado proof(look up insulated concrete forms). you can put in a shelter. but you cannot prevent you home from being hit by a tornado.

insurance will help the people with both calamities, some call it responsibility.

keep trying! LOL LOL LOL