This Makes Too Much Sense

With the historic flooding in the midwest and south, you would think that some intelligent leaders would connect need with purpose.  In California, wildfires are devastating homes and millions of acres of land.

Recently a picture of a landowner in the flooded area came out where he saved his property from flooding by surrounding it with a dam. A dam made of polymer and water! Why can’t those people in DHS and FEMA do the same thing in reverse? Firefighters are so tired and water is so short in California that the fires simply have overwhelmed men and equipment.

 

Why not use :

 

or

 

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to haul water from Baton Rouge or other flood locations

and use these to transport it if possible too?

 

This simply makes too much sense.  Why have people in one area suffer with a dirth of water when other areas at the same time are in flames.  Forget the cost, it is surely less than loss of lives, homes, and businesses in the balance.  But this would not advance the UN Agenda 2030, now would it?

If we all looked at the bigger picture, we would see that there IS a reason and purpose where cooperation between people can solve lots of dilemmas.  

We can pull together as a nation IF we chose or allow people to simply be overrun by the United Nations and Obama.  

It’s our choice:  on the one hand whine and let government take over all;  or on the other, stand up for our people and our country 

TOGETHER.

–Uriel–

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22 Responses to This Makes Too Much Sense

  1. captbogus2 says:

    Dumb idea.
    Salt water puts out fires as well as flood water.
    Half of California’s border is on the Pacific Ocean.

    • Uriel says:

      :(~. Spoil my fun lol. It STILL is a good idea. At least someone across the US would be helping others! Not sitting on their a$$ waiting for someone else to help!

  2. Uriel says:

    Besides think how many trips could be saved to get SALT water that kills plants.

  3. Uriel says:

    It could also deep in and fill reservoirs with drinkable water silly

  4. Wetzel says:

    We are still paying the price for years of treehugers and eco-idiots preventing prescribed burns. Water for fires? How about some BIG reservoirs in flood areas and BIG bombers to deliver water? Jet fuel is cheaper than the havoc and heartache wreaked by some of these fires.

  5. Uriel says:

    Even as I type we have MORE rain rolling in. Geez. What you guys could do with trillions of gallons and we don’t want .

  6. vonMesser says:

    You know, if we had some real pipelines, they could be emptied of oil in a few days and refilled with non-potable water. How much water could come from point A to point B, particularly with fast-set PVC piping put in place. Any competent plumber could lay a few miles of 18 inch PVC to a fire point.

    • Uriel says:

      I don’t know Von. I thought about that but oil pipelines might still carry residue. Wouldn’t that be volatile instead and spread like oil and water?

      • vonMesser says:

        Consider the volume. Might be a gallon of oil attached to 1000 gallons of water. Probably not enough to be of any measure of importance when dealing with a fire of hundreds/thousands of acres

  7. Popular Front says:

    What’s this? What’s this? WHITE men helping BLACK women & children escape rising flood water? The racist bastards! Call Al Sharpton immediately!

    • Uriel says:

      Now now Pop. In Cajun country folks do help each other. It’s those paid outsiders that come in stirring trouble that cause problems. We learned the hard way to care for our people. Just don’t get on the wrong side of a Cajun on the Mississippi line and travel west to Texas. Sure as gators are in the bayous word passes quick to kin.

      • Popular Front says:

        Sure Uriel, in my part of the country we all pitch in too and don’t care what colour you are because we ALL bleed red. I feel the most sympathy for those who have to live in those dangerous areas because of economic circumstances. You can get a nice modest house but live in fear of the levee breaking.

        • Uriel says:

          True dat. But there are folks all over living in areas of danger from sleeping volcanoes to tornado alleys. And exactly my point Popular….what those skunk spittle NWO freaks trying to drive a wedge across our beautiful land forget…..somehow, someway unlike them and their zombies, we the people will dig deep and find a way. We came from lands across the world to build a future. One no dictator or ideology can beat UNLESS we the people let ourselves down. I pray every day that will not happen before we find our core strength and push back.

  8. Terry says:

    Maybe they could take some of the fire from L.A. to turn the water in LA. into steam and then blow that steam westward to L.A. where it would condense and fill in the reservoirs and……Never mind.

  9. captbogus2 says:

    Here’s a deal. My cousin had a place on Tahoe some time back when a wildfire was threatening the area. On one block every house burned that had obeyed the local ordinance and not cleaned out the deadwood from around the property. Only one house survived. The owner had disregarded the ordinance and got rid of all the underbrush.

    • Uriel says:

      Makes perfect sense to me. Here in Louisiana we do controlled burns of underbrush when weather permits for just that reason. That official that called for no brush removal is an idiot as born out by what you said.