Skip to comments.Tropical Storm Leslie in the Atlantic (How can the DNC even think about not cancelling?)
Posted on 09/02/2012 10:17:14 PM PDT by willyd
Tropical storm Leslie is listed on the front page. Could get interesting.
To quote The Young Rascals, “Life would be ecstasy, you and me, and Leslie.”
Forecast track has it going towards Bermuda
this ones weaker than Issac and it’s headed up the east coast.
Yeah, how dare the Democrats hold a party when there are people in the path of a hurricane suffering.
Yeah, since the RNC is over, and 100,000 people or more are still without power in Obama contolled New Orleans, the media has been relatively quiet about it.
Maybe it will gain strength and come ashore in North Carolina....hmmmmm
OMG!! I sure hope the rain doesn’t hurt the O sand sculpture.
That would be devastating. ;)
A very good point.
Too late Issac took that out!
BTW obo still hasn’t made his way to NOLA has he?
Don't worry, Bambi will be in New Orleans tomorrow and heal all the power lines.
Darn! That’s so sad. (I’m not even gonna post a sarcasm tag.)
When he gets there (tomorrow supposedly) I feel sure he will make eveything better. He’s that kinda guy.
But if the golf courses are not up to par yet, so to speak, he might delay his visit. jmho
You mean the Dims could be happily partying as black people are drowning?
Let that nasty thing go by NC. I have a cousin there trying to sell her stuff so she can move to Texas. We figure the day is coming when we will be playing cowboys and Nazis with the progressive DC crowd.
That sucker could hit the Carolinas.
Some might say that it won’t be near shore this week. Others might say that it is bearing down on the Carolina coast, gaining strength while the citizens of NC brace for impact and the DNC dances in the streets without a care in the world.
We have to learn to play their games.
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