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Up nineteen dollars at one point.
Well I read is on her way and so is.
Oh great great great story -- 'cause is preparing for this storm the government is getting -- paying for the disaster for what top congressman.
This pressuring lawmakers to pony up spending cuts.
First to make up -- -- disaster expenditures so.
The fears about hurry Eric Cantor.
Republican congressman at a Virginia which now is in a state of emergency.
His spokeswoman came out yesterday and gave this quote let's take a look at what the spokeswoman has said she has said that that represent -- rare -- has consistently said.
An additional funds -- federal disaster relief ought to be offset with spending cuts so we know -- that the president will be make an important economic speech.
In September whether night talks that more stimulus which we think that that Ben Bernanke hinted at today.
Remains to be seen but Cheryl in years -- you've heard covered disasters you've -- covered hurricanes.
We know that the government when a hurricane or disaster comes out.
They and reinforce so that the government so let's take a look at the most expensive hurricanes of years past of course hurricane Katrina and at 45 billion that's right Sheryl.
And I was in touch with homeland security and here's what happened here.
More no more than and what -- possibly more than 26 government agencies not just FEMA.
Not just -- US -- L Army Corps of Engineers 26 government agencies stepped in to help out.
With the clean up and the disaster relief.
For hurricane Katrina and we know that the 45 billion that we're -- here does not include full pledged flood damage we know that president George W.
Authorize 52 billion dollars.
And help from the federal government.
But it went from the patent office and -- arrested justice to the Defense Department the pent up as selling helping out selling computers are good for -- computers are people in the in the area.
Everybody stepped in so one lone Republican time spent I don't I'm not sure -- can stop.
The federal government -- money to step up well intentioned.
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