Update V: Chattooga, Stephens added to disaster list

Final update 12:18 p.m.: Biden and his party have departed for Air Force Two to return to Washington. Look for a complete story on his visit on ajc.com shortly.

Update: 11:40 a.m.: Biden said two more counties have been added to the disaster list: Stephens and Chattooga

Update: 11:39: Vice President Joe Biden said a resident of the Cobb County American Red Cross shelter told him she lost her home and wasn’t sure what would happen.

“‘I know it’s not Katrina,’” Biden said the woman told him.”The truth of the matter is for someone who lost their home, it is Katrina. For some in this shelter it is Katrina.

Sure, he said, it’s not nearly Katrina-like in overall scope, but for those affected, it might as well be.

Update: 11:31 a.m.: U.S. Sens. Saxby Chambliss and Johnny Isakson (both,  R-Ga.) just praised the work of the Obama administration in responding to this week’s floods. Chambliss and Isakson, speaking at the Red Cross shelter at the Cobb Civic Center, toured the damage with Vice President Joe Biden.

“This administration responded in a very magnificent way and in a very quick way,” Chambliss said.

Update: 11:18 a.m.: Deandra Moses is staying at the Cobb Civic Center shelter with her two young children, a son, age 4, and a daughter 3.

They had been in Georgia all of two days when the floods washed out their temporary home. Moses said they were staying with a friend and she isn’t even sure where it was.

“I’m not even sure where I am now,” Moses said, standing outside the Civic Center as Vice President Joe Biden spoke with other residents inside.

Moses said they saved some clothes and got more at the shelter from the American Red Cross.

“Everything else is gone,” she said.

The children are dealing as well as can be expected, she said, although her daughter, Deniyjah, has been waking with nightmares.

Still, Moses said she was pleased to see Biden. It makes her believe that someone cares what happens to her.

“It’s exciting,” she said.

Update: 10:48 a.m.: Vice President Joe Biden is touring the Red Cross shelter at the Cobb Civic Center.

Dressed casually in a blue polo shirt, Biden is mingling with some of the dozens of residents still staying at this shelter, where more than 200 fled in the wake of this week’s storms.

Biden is supposed to speak to the media in a few moments.

Original post: Vice President Joe Biden landed at Dobbins Air Force base this morning aboard Air Force Two and is currently touring flood damaged areas of metro Atlanta.

Disasters such as this week’s flooding that left nine dead in Georgia breed bipartisanship. Joining Biden on his aerial tour of the damage are the state’s two Republican U.S. senators, Saxby Chambliss and Johnny Isakson and Lt. Gov. Casey Cagle will meet them here at the Cobb Civic Center in about 45 minutes. Cagle is standing in for Gov. Sonny Perdue, who is on a trade mission to Panama. U.S. Rep. David Scott (D-Ga.) will also join Biden here, although it’s unclear if Scott is on the tour with the others.

The Civic Center is the site of one of the busiest American Red Cross shelters and Biden will speak with residents here before speaking to the media, already assembling outside.

At its peak, more than 200 people were staying at the Civic Center shelter and this morning there are several dozen still here. Some are feeding young children, some sitting outside in the sunshine, while others simply wait.

The floods that hit North Georgia this week have caused at least $250 million in damages, although Atlanta Mayor Shirley Franklin has said she expects the true damage will be closer to $1 billion.

Biden’s visit comes the day after President  Barack Obama declared five Georegia counties a federal disaster area, freeing residents and business owners in those counties — Carroll, Cherokee, Cobb, Douglas and Paulding — to immediately apply for aid from the Federal Emergency Management Agency or the Small Business Administration. To apply, visit FEMA’s disaster Web site.

More to come …

94 comments Add your comment

Dee Dee

September 25th, 2009
10:17 am

I am still cleaning up from a water logged basement, but nothing as severe as what happened in areas of Cobb County. It’s ironic that several days ago ‘tea partiers” ( probably a few from Ga.) were bragging that they didn’t want “the government in their lives” and Sonny Perdue didn’t want to accept federal stimulus funds. Now “we” need help from that dreaded federal ‘guvment! God surely works in mysterious ways.

chc4

September 25th, 2009
10:21 am

Dee Dee — that’s one of the goofiest correlations I’ve seen in awhile. Government’s role is to provide basic services. The feds always steps in when something like this happens. The stimulus is totally different. Guess we know who you voted for!!!!

Sting 'em Buzz

September 25th, 2009
10:27 am

I have no doubt who Dee Dee voted for.

BJW

September 25th, 2009
10:33 am

Enter your comments here
That’s right chc4…I believe that’s why we pay taxes…to take care of Americans when disasters occur, or when we need national defense. This is a separate issue from stimulus funding and bailouts.

Barak Obama

September 25th, 2009
10:38 am

That’s right Dee Dee voted for me. Between you and me chc4 and sting ‘em Buzz – we know that Dee Dee’s correlation is ridiculous and that she is an idiot but stop telling her that….I need 4 more years!!!!

BHO

September 25th, 2009
10:40 am

Yes Dee Dee voted for me. She is an idiot with no understanding on how the government works or is suppose to work. But I need people like her to give me 4 more years……..so be nice to her……

TNB

September 25th, 2009
10:42 am

Just shut up, and Than God we are getting the help. You not offering any assistant or anything esle but alot of lip. There’s several families out there who suffer more because they lost their love ones. But you guys don’t have anything else talk about but BS… This is bad, but those people who lost there home and everything else is getting help. But one thing for sure the government can’t replace the lives of those people that was killed.

Kay

September 25th, 2009
10:46 am

Dee Dee,

Please do not listen to the four idiots below your comments, they just sitting in their mother’s basements with nothing better to say.

BHO

September 25th, 2009
10:48 am

Oh know…..another Obama voter….Kay….man the US will never overcome this President’s ridiculous policies with voters like Kay and Dee Dee around

Powder Springs

September 25th, 2009
10:53 am

I didn’t lose my home but suffered roof and basement damage. My family is grateful to still have our lives, home and jobs and are appreciative of any assistance we can get. A lot of people may feel the way Dee Dee feels (and the others listed here). We should focus on helping one another in any way we can, not who voted for who.

ATLANTARESIDENT

September 25th, 2009
11:03 am

But of course only the tea baggers get to decide “when” its appropriate for the government to intervene – only on their terms. I would argue that the stimulus was appropriate intervention, as it prevented a much worse economic slowdown. Calling people idiots because they disagree isn’t the best way to engage in a discussion, it just adds to the partisan divide. I am praying for those whose lives have been disrupted by the floods and I am glad that the Country and the State of Georgia are there to help rebuild!

Duluth, GA

September 25th, 2009
11:07 am

Some of you people hate for the government to intervene but you all do not want to help the needy out. I am starting to see why many people in this country call Georgians backwards. Some of you are idiots!!!!!!

Austell

September 25th, 2009
11:09 am

My home wasn’t damaged but everyone around be got flooded out. Some of the above commenters would be squealing like a little girl for govt assistance if their house was damaged. All you would hear is me Me ME ME ME. What about ME. What will the Government do for ME.

Then of course next week they would be complaining about the Socialist Obama administration. The tea baggers just don’t realize that they are the circus. Just sit back and enjoy the show.

NOT NEEDED HERE

September 25th, 2009
11:09 am

These feds need to get the hell out of here. We don’t need nor want them around. Nor their money either. Government, leave us alone!

ChangeHasCome

September 25th, 2009
11:15 am

It’s sad that in this time of need, people still feel the need to divide themselves and spew hatred for other political parties, when we are all supposed to be pulling together to help our neighbors.

The truth

September 25th, 2009
11:15 am

It is so rude for the Vice President to come to Georgia to view storm damage and the Governor of the state is not there to greet him. Pitiful.

BHO

September 25th, 2009
11:19 am

I wish we could all unite and help each other out ChangehasCome…..the problem is that the Change Man has bankruppted our country so that we don’t have enough money to help each other out. And his idiot VP is here now…….now this is Change we Can believe in!!!

ChangeHasCome

September 25th, 2009
11:22 am

I agree, I am shocked that a “trade mission in Panama” is more important than his state right now. Unbelievable.

fed up with government

September 25th, 2009
11:23 am

We don’t need no stinkin’ government interference. We have neighbors who will help us.

The truth

September 25th, 2009
11:23 am

Now I know why Georgia is a red state. This board says it all. Scary place to live with such a disconnect. The VP should have not bothered to even come if all the hate here is representative of all of Georgia. He needs to pass by here like Grant passed Richmond.

Ameria Johnson

September 25th, 2009
11:24 am

I agree with Dee Dee because she is right. The government will have to help thousands of people get back on their feet. If it were left up to some people all of those in need would just have to go out and beg for help. The government provides guaranteed funding in situations like this. With out the bailout and stimulus money those funds needed to provide help to our flood victims would not be there and without the stimulus those brave policemen and emergency workers would not have been there to help save lives.They would have been laid off.

Longing For The Good Old Days

September 25th, 2009
11:27 am

I’m tired of helping people. My money is mine, and I will keep it. I wish we still had Bush as our president.

Jake

September 25th, 2009
11:27 am

I am watching the speech and all I can think is that these flood victims haven’t missed a meal.

BHO

September 25th, 2009
11:30 am

I am watching the speech and all I can think of is……”Now this is change you can beleive in”…… be right back…I have to go vomit….

BHO

September 25th, 2009
11:35 am

I am glad that Obama sent his VP to Georgia though…..I would hate for Obama to miss his lunch date with Ahmadinejad, Gaddafi, and Chavez.

Question

September 25th, 2009
11:36 am

Why is it when people need help they ask for our tax dollars? They should help themselves. We shouldn’t have to.

Jay

September 25th, 2009
11:40 am

Disasters present themselves in a variety of ways. It may be water, fire, or sickness. Homes have been destroyed because of the lack of insurance or the cost associated with an illness. Should those citizens be denied the same type of help that people now seek because of the storm?

To those who want to “keep their money”, “want Prseident Bush”, want to add a weight requirement to the needy, etc. I just say “karma”.

Kanye

September 25th, 2009
11:42 am

Rain hates black people.

extremerightwing

September 25th, 2009
11:42 am

where is obama??? doesn’t he care about all of the white people that have had their homes damaged????

see folks how stupid this sounds. now, go back to Katrina and rethink how the media jumped Bush and the comments that flew around that Bush didn’t like black folks.

Val

September 25th, 2009
11:43 am

Its a amazing that people refuse to replace love w/hate. It harder to divide,than to stand together. I pray that people will look @ the need(s) of their neighbor in this terrible time. For you say you believe the Bible. Therefore, you are show the kindness of Christ in the Bible. Have a good day!

BHO

September 25th, 2009
11:43 am

To Jay I say….To all those who voted in Barak Obama…….”karma”

Maybe in 3 years we will have to opportunity to right this ship again in the balletbox…

Ladysable

September 25th, 2009
11:44 am

Leave it up to the Liberals(such as Dee Dee above)to use a natural disaster for a political platform. Check your party at the door please and show some compassion for those in need. You people literally make me sick! Time for some tea I guess.

Karma

September 25th, 2009
11:45 am

I say either get flood insurance or live on high ground. My house is dry and grass looks great..

PM

September 25th, 2009
11:47 am

Take heart. We will have a good President and VP again who will not waste our tax money on such as this. Huckabee-Palin 2012.

Janet

September 25th, 2009
11:49 am

At least six flags will be open so all of these poor people have somewhere to loiter. Oh yeah, that is every day at the park.

Steve

September 25th, 2009
11:49 am

Dear AJC, why do you open commenting for articles like this, particularly “banner” stories? People all over the country read this stuff and consequently think that all Georgians are sandhiller trash like “NOT NEEDED HERE”. Not every story needs to be open for commenting by the masses. If you’re going to allow for blogging, at least provide a moderator. Thanks.

me

September 25th, 2009
11:50 am

WOW.. It’s amazing how dum so people really are. First, I’m not going to waste the time to address all of the idiots on this blog. People get a grip maybe you need to understand the roles of the President & VP. Joe Biden is here in GA because he is representing YOUR PRESIDENT if you like it our not it is what it is (get over yourselves people). The big issue here is that people are in need of assistance. Maybe if you get off your A$$ and maybe do something for someone else your life would be a little better. Remember you reap what you sow and karma is a B$%ch. For those whom would like to hold onto their money I feel so sorry for you (HOW SELFISH OF YOU). I hope you never need help!!! People aren’t just asking for money (this is an disaster). I don’t know what GOD you serve but, he has to be very disappointed with you.

Bushwacker

September 25th, 2009
11:51 am

I am beginning to believe it would be best to divide this country into two. Let the loony tune wingnuts have their own country – with no government, no healthcare, lots of guns and churches, and at war with other countries.

Money to burn

September 25th, 2009
11:53 am

I am going to drive by arena and throw dollar bills out the window, it will be like feeding the ducks.

lainey

September 25th, 2009
11:54 am

At least the Obama administration didn’t wait almost a week to offer help and at least he sent his VP to view the damaged areas. Where is your beloved Republican Governor? oh yeah he had more important things to do. Katrina was 10x worse than this and Bush didn’t handle it with any kind of urgency. At least Obama has compassion, just because he didn’t leave a summit with world leaders doesn’t mean he didn’t care. I wouldn’t blame Obama if he made the state wait for help, with all you redneck, racist hate mongers who spend your days bashing him and spewing the hate your leaders, limbaugh, hannity and beck give to you, I would not care much about any of you if I were him

very hopeful

September 25th, 2009
11:56 am

I’m not giving any of what I have to these misfits. I sincerely hope we have a Republican president again in a few years.

BHO

September 25th, 2009
11:58 am

I am glad that Obama sent his VP to Georgia though…..I would hate for Obama to miss his lunch date with Ahmadinejad, Gaddafi, and Chavez.

Bushwacker

September 25th, 2009
12:00 pm

Hey BHO (aka Troll), grab your Confederate flag and go Teabag somebody, would you?

Cruck

September 25th, 2009
12:01 pm

As someone outside of Georgia reading these comments I am simply amazed that people make simple help of an area a political issue. One fool even called it a waste of money. Homes are flooded, many people lost everything and a lot of this will not be covered by insurance. Are people so blinded and ignorant to not understand that although they may not need help their neighbor may. In addition where help is needed for one it only benefits everyone.

tj

September 25th, 2009
12:04 pm

Wait…the Governor left the country while we are flooded?!

earldaddy

September 25th, 2009
12:05 pm

Just who put the first stimulus package in place? Wasn’t it Bush?

BHO

September 25th, 2009
12:06 pm

Just expressing my opinion. If you don’t like it then you shuld not have voted for a “spend like no one else” socialist supposed change agent like Obama.

Don’t hate the truth….embrace the truth and in 3 years it will set you and the rest of America free.

CJ

September 25th, 2009
12:09 pm

Obama’s response to the floods has been faster and more thorough than Bush’s was to Katrina. We are all grateful!

CJ

September 25th, 2009
12:11 pm

Hey Republicans, Isakson and Chambliss both PRAISED the Obama Administration. So does that make them “fake Republicans”? I’m sure whatever is done you won’t be happy. Sorry I wasted your time asking this question. Enjoy FoxNews.com!

earldaddy

September 25th, 2009
12:13 pm

…and I am glad these folks make their stupid comments public. I send them around to EVERYONE to expose the ingorance and closet racism (they wouldn’t say these things in public without the anonymity of these blogs and sites, because they know its unacceptable to the public at large). They don’t know that they are unwittingly assuring that none of their ilk will ever be elected again, having been exposed like this. So dumb!

Babs

September 25th, 2009
12:16 pm

Kudos to the Red Cross for responding so quickly to this disaster. I am proud of the state of Georgia and the citizens who came to the aid of others in their time of need.

Shakazea

September 25th, 2009
12:17 pm

y’all a bunch of honkys I ain’t got no educaton, but Obama helped me buy an iphone.

BHO

September 25th, 2009
12:17 pm

Amen earldaddy…..I am sick and tired of the ignorance and closet racism of the Obama administration too………….oh wait you didn’t mean it that way did you? Sorry when you said idiot and closet racism I naturally thought of Obama and Biden and Reid and Pelosi.

Unbelievable!

September 25th, 2009
12:18 pm

I cannot believe the people who are taking advantage of this blog to talk about politics and making light of the problems the flood victims are facing. Your cruelty and small-mindedness will come back on you. You should be ashamed. Take all of the energy you spend on your hate, and go help people clean out their flood-ravaged homes.

Sam

September 25th, 2009
12:19 pm

Hey Unbelievable,clean these!

earldaddy

September 25th, 2009
12:21 pm

Have a few facts to back up your ridiculous allegations BHO? Let’s hear it…

earldaddy

September 25th, 2009
12:22 pm

Sam, you must be a junior high schooler, with that juvenile comment. Get back to class.

BHO

September 25th, 2009
12:24 pm

Amen earldaddy…..I am sick and tired of the ignorance and closet racism of the Obama administration too………….oh wait you didn’t mean it that way did you? Sorry when you said idiot and closet racism I naturally thought of Obama and Biden and Reid and Pelosi.

Carlton

September 25th, 2009
12:30 pm

Obama is half white.

LynnTTT

September 25th, 2009
12:32 pm

Enter your comments here
Smart move on the part of the Federal Gov to have Biden go down “to deliver the check”". You GOP govs and senators who are against government interlference? You don’t get the check unless it’s really clear that this largesse comes from your tax dolars at work.

Flood Victim

September 25th, 2009
12:39 pm

I am a victim of these floods and cannot believe what I am reading on these boards. We live near Sweetwater Creek in Paulding Co. and our property line is way outside the flood plain. As a matter of fact, we asked our ins. agt about purchasing flood insurance in 2001 when we bought the house and we were told “don’t worry, you’ll never flood!” Now here we are. I am thankful for those helping, the church groups bringing food and water, the Salvation Army for providing us meals when we need it, the Paulding Co. Fire Dept. for dropping off a case of water when we have no clean water running thru our house. If some of you got off the internet and actually did something positive like helping your neighbors who need a hand with the clean up, this city would be a better place. This is a HUMANITY issue. Not a POLITICAL one.

FedUp

September 25th, 2009
12:40 pm

I have read the comments and its sickening. To think that people are enjoying seeing their neighbors and coworkers suffer due to this disaster is mind boggling. Remember what does around comes around. Its not about who is in the White House, its about showing compassion to a fellow human being. I don’t care what color you are, black and white alike are suffering. Show some kindness and stop being so negative. I’m ashamed of my fellow Georgians. How pathetic you are!

Gandalf, the Wise

September 25th, 2009
12:42 pm

Carlton, that’s silly! He’s not black or white, he’s HUMAN. Racism sucks!

hrw

September 25th, 2009
12:45 pm

No matter where we live…we can’t escape water because it’s a fact that when it comes, its coming. We are not out of the woods yet, and I am sadden about the families that are experiencing flood damage. No, we did not have a Katrina, for those who got flooded, for them, they feel they did. One of the things the Highway Administrations should look at is the cleaning of the water drains all all major highways here in Georgia and in town as well. Drain that are clogged also keep water from draining from the highway and standing water remains. We all need to do our job and stop throwing trash into the drains and highways. Georgia is not ammune from any types of natural disasters and it would be good if we all start preparing for it. Georgia highways and byways are looking like we are a third-world country…like we don’t care how our cities and highways are looking! One thing all home buyers needs to know before buying and building here in Georiga; the soil is unstable; the gournd stays wet even on hot days, the roots from trees cannot take hold in the earth and they weaken the tree ability to stand in high winds and rushing water. Water run’s down hill and homes should be constructed on top at the highest peak in all developments. All homes should be prepared with water-drain big black rubble pipes around the complete foundation helping in forcing he water around your home and out into the streets into a drain/man hole. No matter where we live; we must make an effort to prepare ourselves for all types of natural disasters because they come packing nothing but destruction behind them. We have a lot of homes distroyed and a lot of displaced families and I hope things work’s well with some fedeal releaf.

Hotlanta

September 25th, 2009
12:46 pm

I am still looking for a sign to say OBAMA stay out of my flood. Right on DEE. Where are the tea baggers now. They just had a march on Washington DC saying stay outta my health care. Taking the money will be hypocritcal. Can’t these people pull themselves up by their boot straps. Where is Perdue. Folks had a fit everytime Shirley Franklin left town.

Carlton

September 25th, 2009
12:46 pm

I demand that ACORN help me out! And people who work hard and have a good education and a good job! I’m too lazy to work! Gimme, gimme, gimme! You owe me!

Sandy

September 25th, 2009
12:47 pm

Dee Dee
All of these attacks are juvenile
When there is a disaster such as this, all local hands should be on deck, helping!
Not on computer keyboards attacking the very people that want to help them.
Help one another out, isn’t that what Jesus would do?
Best of luck to you all
no matter who you voted for.

Hey hrw

September 25th, 2009
12:47 pm

What the heck does “ammune” mean?

To hrw

September 25th, 2009
12:48 pm

You have terrible grammar and make no sense.

DIY

September 25th, 2009
12:56 pm

If we had a Republican president we wouldn’t have to put up with this “help people” stuff. I for one am sick of it. Romney/Palin 2012.

Plain disgusted

September 25th, 2009
1:02 pm

Enter your comments here
I am totally amazed to read this blog,when I should’nt be.This did not just affect blacks,there are all races affected by this flood. Trouble knows no race or nationality.For people of Georgia to take this t ime to spew hatred and racism no matter black or white it is a down right shame.We have people in need and all you can do is talk politics.Make me wonder did you even vote to start with.And by the way get over it President Obama is the President of the United States Like it or not.There comes a time when we need to look pass skin color and help each other.But it don’t matter I know the bigots will find something bad to say about this too. And just think we are suppose to be in the ‘BIBLE BELT”

the rest of american

September 25th, 2009
1:04 pm

After reading the comments on this board. It easy to realized why
the rest of the America views the south to be dumb as door nails.

Wow!

September 25th, 2009
1:07 pm

I’m a white woman who lives in the Chicago area. My sister forwarded this blog to me and asked that I read and share with others. She was right about some of the people who live in Georgia. What a bunch of cartoon characters! Some of you are unhappy, bored little critters. The highlight of your day is probably blogging just so you’ll have someone to “Talk” to. I have to ask “Who peed in your cereal?” If you were spared from any damage due to heavy rains and floods and all is well as your home, wonderful. Go find something positive and productive to do with your life. Those who will benefit from any assistance at this point, I pray that God will pull you through. If you don’t need the assistance, I pray for you as well. You were probably the kids who were teased constantly in school and had no friends at all except some rabbits living in your backyard, and you have yet to let go of the bad emotions felt way back then. Come on people. Can’t we do better than this?

BHO

September 25th, 2009
1:27 pm

Just expressing my opinion. If you don’t like it then you shuld not have voted for a “spend like no one else” socialist supposed change agent like Obama.

Don’t hate the truth….embrace the truth and in 3 years it will set you and the rest of America free.

John

September 25th, 2009
1:37 pm

Romney/Palin 2012….wanna bet?! I’ve got some beachfront property to sell ya in Arkansas….

BHO

September 25th, 2009
1:42 pm

Uhhh…..John….Arkansas is not on the beach. Gee wiz….Obama Supporters…go figure

Hey BHO

September 25th, 2009
1:45 pm

I’m wondering what a “balletbox” looks like…

Pointe shoes? Tutus?

While I’m all for supporting the arts, I’m wondering exactly how a ship can get righted with a box full of dancers…

BHO

September 25th, 2009
1:48 pm

Okay let me educate you here…..A ballotbox is where people go to cast their vote for elected officals. Righting a ship through the ballotbox is hopefully what will happen when people go to the ballot box and elected a new conservative President in the year 2012. Do you understand now? If not I will try again…..

BHO

September 25th, 2009
1:49 pm

Understand now?

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Hey BHO

September 25th, 2009
1:55 pm

Oh, I have every understanding of what a ballot box is…I was just wondering what you were talking about with your “balletbox” comment.

I wouldn’t want to miss any of the nuances in your ignorance!

BHO

September 25th, 2009
1:59 pm

Glad I was able to educate you on what a ballotbox is…whew…no onto your next remark. “I wouldn’t want to miss any of the nuances in your ignorance!” That is exactly what I am trying to fix…..people’s ignorance in electing an unproven leader to be our President. I guess I should thank you for helping me make my point. Together my friend, we can help save America by making sure that our current President is only a one term wonder.

BHO

September 25th, 2009
2:35 pm

All school children are required to sing a praise song about me to the tune of “Jesus Loves The Little Children”.

@ BHO

September 25th, 2009
2:50 pm

SHUT THE HELL UP!! DARN! DON’T YOU HAVE A JOB THAT NEEDS YOUR ATTENTION OR SOMETHING? YOUR GUY DIDN’T WIN—–GET OVER IT! YOU HAVE 31/2 YEARS BEFORE YOU CAN ELECT A NEW ONE. MOVE ON 1ST GRADER!!

Katie C.

September 25th, 2009
2:52 pm

BHO

September 25th, 2009
2:55 pm

DON’T YOU YELL AT ME! I’M THE CHOSEN ONE!
Just kidding, I’m just a city organizer from Chicago with no experience. I’m in way over my head so I’ll just make this government huge and the deficit huger.

BHO

September 25th, 2009
2:56 pm

1st grader? I didn’t ask what grade you were in. And yes I do have a job that I am performing quite well in while I respond to crazy people on this blog.

Katie C

September 25th, 2009
2:58 pm

Thank you BHO. You are amazing!!!

@ BHO

September 25th, 2009
2:59 pm

Okay BHO you are right. I was wrong and I apologize. The country will be better off in 3.5 years. Thank you for overlooking my idiocy….

Katie C. @ BHO

September 25th, 2009
3:03 pm

Yeah? I was agreeing with the what the previous blog said about you. But thanks anyway. I guess you are not a total dick!

BHO

September 25th, 2009
3:10 pm

Now everyone open up your wallets and give your neighbor money if he or she makes less than you. It’s the right thing to do.

Zeek

September 25th, 2009
3:18 pm

I took a dump before the flooding started, how does my poop taste?

Plain disgusted

September 25th, 2009
4:17 pm

It’s people like BHO which is probly just an uneducated kid trying to pass as an adult to raise response that makes the south look like it is still in the 50’s.I was raised in that time and refused to go back.So we that are educated and got enough sense ignore people like this and work to pull our comminity back together however we can regardless of race.It’s our spiritual responsibility to help each other in time of need.By the way “Dont hate the player,Hate the game”

Shame on the South

September 25th, 2009
4:42 pm

I posted this message board on a Huffington Post thread so the world can see why BHO and the confederacy will never rise again no matter who is in the White House.