Bahamas braces for hit as Hurricane Dorian roars toward Florida


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Heading right for Marco Rubio territory, time to clean out the deadwood! Karma! And watch Trump throw paper towels at the homeless people again, but hey, these people are republicans, so that should be sufficient!

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Although many have joked about Dorian destroying Mar-a-Lago, our animus towards the president does not extend to the good people of Florida.

We should all be praying for their safety in the coming days.

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After the damage by the hurricane have been done, wouldn't be surprised many (especially the Dems) will blame the government for failing to do something to prevent it. Just remember Trump wanted to nuke the hurricanes.

Seriously, hurricanes in that region are nothing out of the ordinary. People are used to it, can weather it out, survive, clean up, make repairs and move on with life.

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It’s now a category 4 and moving slowly over warm water, which allows for a further increase. That is a “out of the ordinary,” and the islands and the coast are right to be worried.

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