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halbert halbert 46-50, M 9 Answers Nov 11, 2012 in Hobbies

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It is an interesting question given that scientists tell us that the frequency and severity of hurricanes and other storms hitting our coastal areas is likely to increase in the coming years.

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I believe it is because that's what insurance is for. I find it particularly ob<x>jectionable that taxes are spent on re-building in areas that we know will be hit by similar storms again....it makes no finacial sense.

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Well said.

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No, of course that's not wrong. Those in need should always be helped.

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Not talking about helping them cope with a disaster. I'm talking about paying to rebuild in coastal areas where private insurance companies will not risk insuring. For example if you live in a flood prone area that no private insurance company will insure, and you get flooded. Isn't it ridiculous to expect a government bailout to rebuild in the same place?

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Why not cause I know if a tornado tears through my town I would like some help rebuilding-that is when taxes pay back. I want a government that cares about me to some degree

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What is insurance for?

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The greatness of our country is that we can and do look out for our own- good or bad, so yes I am ok with it even if the insurance companies would not cover or it was too expensive. Some of these people lost their whole lives - instead of being nit picky, have some compassion

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Of course. They should have bought insurance. Wait, they could not afford because insurance companies told them that a storm could destroy if they build there.

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