I think we're in agreement here.<quoted text>
True, the so-called "tornado alley" basically covers 1/3rd of the US, so unlike well known flood plains it's impossible to avoid tornados.
That said, I do still think people should be responsible for themselves. That includes having insurance to cover these random acts of nature.
Mar 5, 2012 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: The Washington Post
Unlike last summer, when major weather events nearly drained the federal disaster relief fund, the Federal Emergency Management Agency said Monday that it has roughly $3.7 billion for assistance to individual homeowners and to communities affected by all major natural disasters after the agency approves requests for federal aid from state ... (more)
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