Flood Victims: Say Thank You to Jim Bunning and Tom Coburn
If you’re a New England resident whose home just got devastated by the flood — and/or you live in one of the 5.5 million homes that’s located in a flood plain — you’ll probably have some choice words for Jim Bunning and Tom Coburn. And their mothers.
Unemployed workers aren’t the only people who got kicked in the balls by those two inbred pusbags.
Funding for the National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP) was part of the bill that got blocked by the Douchebag Duet.
According to the Property Casualty Insurers Association of America, homeowners who need to renew — or add coverage to — their flood insurance policies are Shit Out Of Luck.
A spokesman for the American Insurance Association said:
“It’s unfortunate that the NFIP has fallen victim to the political process. Ultimately the people who will suffer the most are property owners who need new coverage or who need to renew their flood insurance policies.”
Thanks again Jim Bunning and Tom Coburn.
If you’d like to tell those two assholes what you think of them, their e-mail addresses are Here and Here.
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