Monday, February 09, 2009

Is Obama going to Kentucky ?...


"At its peak, the storm knocked out power to 769,353 customers in Kentucky. At least 28 deaths have been blamed on the storm, according to the state medical examiner's office. Beshear has called the storm "the worst natural disaster" in the state's modern history.
As of late Wednesday, the number of Kentuckians still without power had dropped to 157,200, according to the state Public Service Commission. Meanwhile, utility crews continued to work to rebuild electric lines, especially in Western Kentucky. And National Guard troops continued to hand out water and meals and check on residents without power."


Anonymous said...

How is it possible that they were able to get 2 MILLION people in and out of Washington D.C. for Obama-Day in sub-freezing weather....


They were NOT able to get 200 THOUSAND people out of New Orleans with 4 day notice in sub-tropic weather?..

RightsideVA said...

I have heard that our Virginia Governor Tim Kaine (D) who also at the same time is the new Chairman of the Democratic National Committee, spent $500,000 of Virginia taxpayer money to provide bus rides to the inaguration for 75,000 people?

Taxpayer money to go see Obama?
What about our state budget?