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Never forget the BUSH Katrina disaster!

http://andrewsullivan.theatlantic.com/the_...ma-in-iowa.html

Not only is the Obama campaign helping to raise money for the relief effort, the websites Community Blogs are providing information on where volunteers who live in or near the affected areas are needed to assist local residents in building sandbag levees to protect peoples' homes. They had specific information on what towns needed help and where volunteers should go to offer their help. This included an appeal for volunteers to bring cold bottled water for the folks working at sandbagging - it is grueling hard work and the floods have contaminated many of the local water supplies.

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Never forget the BUSH Katrina disaster!

http://andrewsullivan.theatlantic.com/the_...ma-in-iowa.html

Not only is the Obama campaign helping to raise money for the relief effort, the websites Community Blogs are providing information on where volunteers who live in or near the affected areas are needed to assist local residents in building sandbag levees to protect peoples' homes. They had specific information on what towns needed help and where volunteers should go to offer their help. This included an appeal for volunteers to bring cold bottled water for the folks working at sandbagging - it is grueling hard work and the floods have contaminated many of the local water supplies.

Watch for Manscum to **** his ****** when McCain gets elected.

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Obama fills sandbags in Illinois town threatened by floods

Posted: 09:30 AM ET

Watch Sen. Obama fill sandbags Saturday in Illinois.

QUINCY, Ill. (AP) — Barack Obama has stopped by the Mississippi River city of Quincy in his home state of Illinois where he used a shovel to fill sandbags as a precaution against the rising river.

The Democratic presidential nominee-apparent says his thoughts are with the people of Iowa, where flooding has chased thousands from their homes.

Obama said since he's been in public office he has not seen "this kind of devastation."

Obama pledged to push the federal and state governments to provide aid to the stricken areas.

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http://politicalticker.blogs.cnn.com:80/20...ened-by-floods/

Obama fills sandbags in Illinois town threatened by floods

Posted: 09:30 AM ET

Watch Sen. Obama fill sandbags Saturday in Illinois.

QUINCY, Ill. (AP) — Barack Obama has stopped by the Mississippi River city of Quincy in his home state of Illinois where he used a shovel to fill sandbags as a precaution against the rising river.

The Democratic presidential nominee-apparent says his thoughts are with the people of Iowa, where flooding has chased thousands from their homes.

Obama said since he's been in public office he has not seen "this kind of devastation."

Obama pledged to push the federal and state governments to provide aid to the stricken areas.

Wow I guess Obama must be turning a blind eye to the devastation of Katrina or Greensburg Kansas.I wonder what else the dumbocrat will forget about if he becomes president

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Wow I guess Obama must be turning a blind eye to the devastation of Katrina or Greensburg Kansas.I wonder what else the dumbocrat will forget about if he becomes president

You're going to be the breath of fresh air on KOTW telling us how to revive the board?

You're an idiot. What do you expect Obama to do? Hack himself into three pieces?

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