posted on Jan, 10 2008 @ 05:05 AM
the amount of money that the government has already sunk in aid for these people should be considered when considering any compensation in these
lawsuits.....and a Quadrillion? what kind of mansion did this guy own? What kind of pain and suffering this person must of gone thru!!
Let's just say that I think this is just a tad on the extreme..... if they actually got it, they might as well take their fortune and move out of
the country, because they'd bankrupt our country worse than it already is if they got it!!
But there's more than just the government at fault here...
sure their may have been some negligence when they were built.
what about all those insurance agencies that refused their claims? Negligence, as far as I know, isn't a natural disaster, the natural disaster just
revealed the seriousness of the negligence.... it would be like having a nearby poorly constructed damn break and your house gets flooded as a
result.... would that be a natural disaster, since well, it rained quit heavily up in the mountains the day before and that was what added the extra
stress on the damn!!
and well, I'm sorry, living in a bowl next to the ocean isn't too smart anyways. neither is living in an area that has been blown away a few times
already by hurricanes, or living in an area that is frequently shaken apart or burned yearly by wildfires. I don't care how nice things are the rest
of the year! and many people have had their homes blown away or shaken apart, or burnt to the ground a few times, just to rebuild in the same
shouldn't they be held at least a little accountable for knowing that they were putting themselves, their families, their property in danger to begin
which reminds me, with all this talk of foreclosure lately and how they've increased, I wonder, just how many of those who were in katrina's path,
that had everything destroyed and then had the insurance companies say oh, so sorry!!...wonder how many of them are finally just abandoning the
[edit on 10-1-2008 by dawnstar]