Thursday, May 6, 2010

WATCH: Why Is Nashville Flooding Being Ignored?

NewsBusters reports: A great American city is currently buried under a sea of water, but you may not know much about it given all the attention media have given to the oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico and the failed car bomb attempt in New York's Times Square.

The rain totals are almost unimaginable as is the flooding.

Damage estimates at this point have already surpassed a billion dollars, and are likely to go higher.

NOTE- 'We' know what this is REALLY about. Do you? Leave a comment and let us know why you think Nashville is being ignored by the 'O' administration and the left-wing media..


  1. There aren't enough poor people here completely dependant on government assistance to survive standing around doing nothing or running down to the local strip mall to loot a plasma tv or a pickup load of tennis shoes. The people in Tenn are helping themselves and their neighbors arent staniding around crying for Obama to come save them.

  2. Thanks for posting this. I live in middle TN and the damage is just... well, I have no words really. Devasting I guess is the best word I have for it. The shelters are overflowing and we have been asked to only use water to prepare food and to drink and that we still may have to use bottled water for everything soon.

    On the bright side, people in the community are helping each other, which is the way it should be. There has been no news reported about violence or looting. It's very humbling to see.

    I am upset that the national media didn't cover the disaster and I am upset that the president didn't feel it was necessary to say anything about it. But whatever, I see how it is. I guess if Tennessee, Kentucky, and Mississippi were called Haiti, Chile, and Poland we would have gotten some acknowledgement.