Scattered showers or hurricane

Discussion in 'Chit Chat' started by nutmeg, Nov 23, 2012.

  1. How can we really know the weather when lobbyists infect the process. If the insurance industry lobbies the national weather service I'm going to consider someone's money has motive on global warming or cooling academics.


    "Schumer has asked the National Weather Service, whose determinations are usually the key to such things, not to change its classification of the storm despite lobbying of weather authorities from the insurance industry."

    "One thing helping homeowners is the insistence from state governors and federal lawmakers, such as New York Senator Charles Schumer, that insurance companies not be able to get the storm declared a hurricane as it reached land. Most homeowner policies set a $500 to $2,000 deductible for regular claims of all kinds, but hurricane deductibles could be a flat fee triple or quadruple that or upwards of 5 percent or more of a claim, depending on the policy."
  2. Insurance is mafia.