[SpamCop-Social] Re: Write your Representative about the budget
nobody at devnull.spamcop.net
Sat Oct 22 18:40:51 EDT 2005
"Frog Prince" <devnull at spamcop.net> wrote in message
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> | Entirely? No. But if you can't afford solid housing (or replacement
> | and good insurance for the risk you take in living in such places, you
> | shouldn't live there.
> On then only 25% of the population deserves to live? Recall no one has
> mentioned a viable place in this country that is not subject to
Dude, try not to go to extremes. Yes, there are numerous places that are
far safer to live. I'm not saying that anyone can eliminate risk, but they
can MINIMIZE risk. If you're not in a position to accept the costs
associated with a risk, you should live elsewhere or get adequate insurance.
But if you're going to ignore the risk and/or make that choice anyway, the
consequences should be born by you not me.
Look at any home owner insurance actuary tables...the safer places to live
will be quite obvious. Hell, look at the FEMA web site...there are stats
for disaster declarations in each state.
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