As Hurricane Matthew aims for the South Eastern coast of Florida, Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump's use of Hurricane Sandy to promote his birther attack on President Obama is an ominous warning about his leadership capabilities.
South Carolina Republican Senator Lindsey Graham has become a convert, who now believes in federal aid for natural disaster victims.
It is true that all Republicans are blatant hypocrites, but now that go-it-alone awesome Texas experienced a little anthropogenic climate change weather, the Lone Star State's Republicans, both tea party and mainstream Republicans alike, are demanding some of those hated "federal government handouts" they oppose for other Americans whether it is for food, housing, healthcare, or disaster relief.
Mitt Romney is now claiming that Bill Clinton told him that he might have won, were it not for Hurricane Sandy.
Mitt Romney is taking zero responsibility for being routed by Barack Obama. Instead, Romney is blaming Hurricane Sandy for killing his momentum.
Sen. Bernie Sanders called on American to heed the warning of Hurricane Sandy, and start working to reverse global warming.
Romney is right that there is a morality problem in America, but it rests solely with himself and Republicans who are willing to, slash funding for emergency disaster relief and early warning systems.
Chris Christie is openly defying his party by praising President Obama's handling of Hurricane Sandy one week before Election Day.
Rachel Maddow refuted the conservative notion that government doesn't matter by pointing out that Hurricane Sandy is one of those times when government really matters.
As the East Coast braces for a massive storm, Mitt Romney and Paul Ryan are trying to cover up the fact that if elected they intend to cut funding for both FEMA and disaster relief.