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Time now for hits and misses of the week -- first -- -- -- -- the Federal Emergency Management Agency which announced this week that surprised it will probably have to ask congress for a bailout for its flood insurance program after hurricane sandy.
The National Flood Insurance Program has bent -- broken since its inception because it fails to require homeowners and low lying areas.
To pay premiums adequate to cover the costs and actually as a result encourages more -- home building and areas like this.
So well federal taxpayers everywhere else I have to foot the bill there already eighteen billion and the whole.
Probably another twelve billion thanks to hurricane sandy this is one of those other disasters everyone saw coming and congress has nonetheless failed to credibly address.
I can -- -- hit two the French.
This week recognizing the Syrian opposition.
Which is fighting a long drawn out war against present President -- -- outside.
They've been joined by the Turks and the gulf states as well which may open a way to try and arm them and give them more support.
And hopefully the US will soon follow.
All right Steve.
The people in Miami are hopping mad this week they just spent 500.
Million dollars on a new baseball stadium.
For the Miami Marlins they feel double crossed this week the owner of the team sold off three of their bass players in a big cost cutting move.
What's ironic about this story is the Miami Dolphins -- the taxpayers to pay rent for renovations for their football stadium.
On the street and -- but they want a new baseball stadium -- paid for by taxpayers you don't qualify were Bolivia knew what I would city sports owners at taxpayer financed stadiums.
Mosque -- I suspect that so very briefly RI is he has been intervene in Syria.
There's no sign -- it yet but hopefully after the election we want to touch it then good.
Are asking them.
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