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Tornadoes And Storms Cause Devastation In Six States

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Very upsetting.

Tornadoes (above) and massive storms have been causing devastation throughout six U.S. states, including Alabama, Virginia, Mississippi, Georgia, Tennessee, and Arkansas.

According to reports, as many as 231 people have died due to these horrific storms and tornadoes.

Here's what President Barack Obama said about these storms/tornadoes last night:

"While we may not know the extent of the damage for days, we will continue to monitor these severe storms across the country and stand ready to continue to help the people of Alabama and all citizens affected by these storms."

"Michelle and I extend our deepest condolences to the families of those who lost their lives because of the tornadoes that have swept through Alabama and the southeastern United States."

Such a tragedy.

Our thoughts and prayers go out to everyone who's being affected by these storms and tornadoes. Stay strong.

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18 comments to “Tornadoes And Storms Cause Devastation In Six States”



  1. 1

    So glad he can be bothered by this, he won't visit the site. Just like he didn't visit the NC tornado victims. Yet no one is mad about this…



  2. 2

    I feel really bad for any state that suffers a natureal disaster like this. This is why you, California, are going to have 3 new residents next year. My family and I are planning on moving to Oceanside. I live on Long Island, and it's no where as bad as Alabama or any of the other midwest our southern states with the weather, but last year we have 4 tornado's, we're constantly in fear of hurricanes, we get snow up the ying-yang, and seasonal allergies on Long Island… Don't get me started. I'd take a little shaking from a quake, warm temperatures all year round and a couple wildfires right now over Long Island anyway. I've lived here 21 years, I've had enough! If they could, they should really think about selling their houses down south, if they still have them… It's not worth it.



  3. 3

    Hey fucknut… leave the real news to real journalists, and stick to the who's banging who stories.

  4. buck says – reply to this


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    this obama guy has made himself so insignificant people really don't care what he says anymore. he should just continue to vacation, go on left wing tv shows, watch basketball and hold White House concerts for his friends for the next 2 years.



  5. 5

    Horrible! I went to graduate school in Tuscaloosa.



  6. 6

    It's pretty bad here. My ex in laws lost everything. There were over 100 tornadoes in Alabama alone. Yesterday was definitely a scary day here.



  7. 7

    How do you know he is not planning on visit alabama ? like really



  8. 8

    These tornado's are man made with the weather weapon HAARP.



  9. 9

    Re: eyeh8twilight – A pre-welcome to California. It has its drawbacks for certain (I actually like how the small quakes feel, as long as nothing is damaged), but tornadoes scare the beejeeps out of me. Never seen one in person and don't ever want to!



  10. 10

    Re: understudy3 – I love how people like you and others always comment on what the president isn't doing. Those who are so quick to judge are usually the ones that are wrong. Sorry he can't be everywhere at once. He may go or maybe he has done something else that will help. Him just making an appearance isn't always the best thing. He has a lot of security which will make things more difficult there or anywhere. It isn't up to him where he goes all of the time. Sorry you are so bitter about it. And also to FUCK (Oh sorry I mean) "BUCK" Bush was on vacation for months while everyone was struggling and dying overseas and all he wanted to do was dick around his ranch with the other racist bastards like you. At least he seems genuine when he speaks and he doesn't look like a damn puppet with someone's hand up his ass like "W"



  11. 11

    Re: tiredofstupidpeople
    Obama will be visiting tomorrow to tour the devastation. As a resident of Alabama we appreciate all the thoughts are prayers going out for us regardless. Much like the TN flooding last year I have very much expected this to just be a blip on the news radar, but we have seen a huge outpouring of support. You can't imagine the what our state looks like right now, the pictures don't do justice to the demolition that has taken place. I live in the Birmingham metro and the same tornado that hit Tuscaloosa came through downtown Birmingham as well. Last update was over 160 dead in our state. Regardless of you political leanings or beliefs I think we can all agree to ban together and offer a helping hand to those in need. God bless!



  12. 12

    Re: Jess_S – I live in TN and it is almost a year to the date (May 1, 2010) we dealt with horrible flooding. For the past 5 days we have had tornados (sometimes twice a day). It's been horrible. And again we are dealing with flooding. I feel so sorry for all the people in Alabama and the rest of the south. This past week has been hell.



  13. 13

    Re: angieintenn – Hopefully the worst is behind us all. The Southeast has experienced too much devastation this year. I hope TN can recover quickly as well.



  14. 14

    Re: angieintenn

    I'm in Nashville and thought of last year's floods as well. Sad stuff. :(



  15. 15

    Thank you for a kind post, Perez. My thoughts and prayers go out to those in Ttown and Bham, and everywhere else that experienced the tornadoes.

  16. @v@ says – reply to this


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    What role does weather modification play in these storms?



  17. 17

    I live outside a small town in West Kentucky that was ravaged by a tornado. Luckily everyone in my family is ok. We've been without power for four days, but got it back up last night. Our farm is a wreck, the worst damage we have ever had. It's so frustrating that the news says nothing about the Tornado that ripped through here. My partner who lives in Nashville had no idea what was going on, the phone lines and cell towers were down and he checked the news to see what happened and saw nothing.



  18. 18

    Re: Shane Burkeen – Sorry to hear. :( Farming is a lot of work, and I'll bet you're proud of it. Good luck getting all back up and running. :)