Robert Ariail for May 18, 2024

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    Imagine  about 2 months ago

    The entire GOP.

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    XF8U-3  about 2 months ago

    Insurance industry just laughs and triples premium or dump clients – they know the score.

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    David_the_CAD  about 2 months ago

    If we don’t work on doing something about it, our goose will be cooked.

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    knutdl  about 2 months ago

    Despite popular misconception, ostriches do not stick their heads in the sand. OMG

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    Patjade  about 2 months ago

    Give it some time and it’ll drown when the sea levels rise and submerge the state.

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    hoot1  about 2 months ago
    RA…Timely and spot on, capturing the stupidity of the Florida legislature and the willful ignorance of DeSantis.
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    GOGOPOWERANGERS  about 2 months ago

    Ron Deostrich

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    Kurtass Premium Member about 2 months ago

    I try not to pay attention to Florida. What did they do now?

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    superposition  about 2 months ago

    “… Fascism, political ideology and mass movement that dominated many parts of central, southern, and eastern Europe between 1919 and 1945 and that also had adherents in western Europe, the United States, South Africa, Japan, Latin America, and the Middle East. Europe’s first fascist leader, Benito Mussolini, took the name of his party from the Latin word fasces, which referred to a bundle of elm or birch rods (usually containing an ax) used as a symbol of penal authority in ancient Rome. Although fascist parties and movements differed significantly from one another, they had many characteristics in common, including extreme militaristic nationalism, contempt for electoral democracy and political and cultural liberalism, a belief in natural social hierarchy and the rule of elites, and the desire to create a Volksgemeinschaft (German: “people’s community”), in which individual interests would be subordinated to the good of the nation. At the end of World War II, the major European fascist parties were broken up, and in some countries (such as Italy and West Germany) they were officially banned. Beginning in the late 1940s, however, many fascist-oriented parties and movements were founded in Europe as well as in Latin America and South Africa. Although some European “neofascist” groups attracted large followings, especially in Italy and France, none were as influential as the major fascist parties of the interwar period. …” — britannica .com/topic/fascism

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    PraiseofFolly  about 2 months ago

    It’s not that particular hole Governor DeSantis has his head stuck in.

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    Radish the wordsmith  about 2 months ago

    On the day this month it was 115 in Florida and DeSantis made it illegal to talk about climate change. Lying Republicans are in denial about reality.

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    moosemin  about 2 months ago

    Not to worry. By 2070, most of that state will be underwater.

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    mourdac Premium Member about 2 months ago

    Read an article several months ago that wealthy residents in Miami were buying up higher and drier properties inhabited by lower income folk, pushing them out of the city. Hypocrisy once again.

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    sarahbowl1 Premium Member about 2 months ago

    Their carbon footprint is enormous, unfortunately for all of us!

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    rs0204 Premium Member about 2 months ago

    From Texas to Florida, climate change is going to decimate those areas, making living and working there very difficult.

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    Serial Pedant  about 2 months ago

    Gov DiStupid; showing his best side.

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    The Nodding Head  about 2 months ago

    DeInsanitis prefers “energy dominance” and the Republican legislature pees where it’s told. Dunces dominate.

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    Valiant1943 Premium Member about 2 months ago

    As does big oil

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    rlaker22j  about 2 months ago

    don’t kid yourself they’re building enormous subdivisions but all rentals

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    ladykat  about 2 months ago

    A lot of people seem to be emulating that ostrich.

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    Alberta Oil Premium Member about 2 months ago

    I did not know there were sandy deserts in Florida.

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    CorkLock  about 2 months ago

    It’s not just Florida scum there but scum in Tx, Az, Ok, Sc and several other red states that are sinking the USA.

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    Geezer  about 2 months ago

    The climate is changing? How long has that been going on?

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    BeniHanna6 Premium Member about 2 months ago

    Well than, you DEFINITLY do not want to move there.

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    GiantShetlandPony  about 2 months ago

    Funny how the Repub states rant about big government and socialism, until they want billions or trillions to shore up their shrinking shorelines.

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    Diane Lee Premium Member about 2 months ago

    II have been keeping garden records for about 40 years. The daffodils I planted on April 17th, 1997 bloomed on May 7th 1998 for the first time. Each year, they have averaged blooming earlier. This year, it was March 23rd. No change in anything except the climate. And the entire rest of the garden is following the same pattern. Those who don’t believe in climate change are either lying because Faux has instructed them not to see it, or they have never planted a seed in their life.

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    NatureBatsLast  about 2 months ago

    Overshoot Adaptation modes to ecological change: Realism, Cargoism, Cosmeticism, Cynicism, and finally Ostrichism, thanks to William R. Catton, Jr

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    wellis1947 Premium Member about 2 months ago

    I personally, think the Dodo would be a much more apropos choice for Florida State Bird -

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    I Play One On TV  about 2 months ago

    Florida’s legislature (and the governor who signs stuff into law), to no one’s surprise, has made the situation exponentially worse. In Florida, if you own a condo community, and a hurricane damages 3 of 100 units, it is legal to claim that the entire community needs new roofs. This means a tear-off and rebuild of 97 roofs that do not need it, that insurance premiums pay for.

    It gets worse: since it’s unprofitable for insurance companies to deal with all this disaster relief, Florida has come up with a system where vulture capitalists can buy up policies that legitimate (?) insurers have abandoned. Then they increase the premiums six-fold. People who have claims from Ian, for example, suddenly have claims against a company that doesn’t hold their policy any more. In order to keep the claim active, they have no choice but to pay those outlandish premiums while living in mold-infested housing or hotels or some other ridiculous predicament.

    This is not a concern for the government that is supposed to be looking out for its constituents.

    And people keep voting for people who bring despair to themselves.


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    Sun  about 2 months ago

    How’s your global warming hoax treating you?

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    Gen.Flashman  about 2 months ago

    Haven’t just all the states that have had bad storms / flooding / tornados been red states?So is it climate change or does JC wants to punish them?

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    nyg16  about 2 months ago

    can’t wait for Mara-Shit-Lo to be under water

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    pamela welch Premium Member about 2 months ago

    Just because that moronic governor removed the phrase from the documentation doesn’t mean it’s not happening. I don’t remember if it was the budget/constitution; it was such a stupidly useless gesture.

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    tpcox928  about 2 months ago

    Spot on, but we should stop laughing at these authoritarian maneuvers.

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    CorkLock  about 2 months ago

    Many many folks in Fla think highly of D. Genius Trump, DeSantis and Gop. Maybe they got worms in brain like RFK Jr.?

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    Omega Man  about 2 months ago

    must be searching for intelligent life in a blue state, a rare thing.

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    vwmdabbler75  about 2 months ago

    Sadly, disastrously, for more of us, a significant portion of our fellow humans are behaving like that ostrich.

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    AtomicForce91 Premium Member about 2 months ago

    I am sure that we will see those rising sea levels that we have been told would be here by now any day now.

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    CorkLock  about 2 months ago

    Governor Bendover Desantis has led Fla down the sewer. Where GOP living high on muck..

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    Conservative Man  about 2 months ago

    Thank God I live in Florida we we knew early on the Covid was a democrat scam and so is climate change

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