High Tide In Republicanland

Here are some nice pictures. This is what regular high tide looks like around the US these days. None of these are storm crests. No hurricanes. Just plain old high tide. Does your congressperson need to see these?

Southbridge, MA

Southbridge, MA

NorfolkVAHighTide

Norfolk, VA

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Norfolk, VA

Climate Change Tides

Norfolk, VA

Newport Beach

Newport Beach, VA

Miami Oct 9 14

Miami, FL

King tide

Gulf Coast

Garden City, NJ

Garden City, NJ

Culver City, CA

Culver City, CA

Charleston, SC

Charleston, SC

California

California

Atlantic City, NJ

Atlantic City, NJ

Anapolis MD

Anapolis, MD

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  1. They’ll be calling you a terrorist trouble maker if you keep this up John, they do love the word ‘TERROR’ don’t they and you are obviously trying to strike some terror regarding the non existent global warming into the hearts of all right thinking (right as in GOP) people

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    • Very amusing. I hope.

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      • We have the same problem with our right wing pollies in Australia, they deny theres any such thing as global warming whilst asserting that jesus christ was indeed the son of god. Dumb and Dumber will they ever wake up? somehow I think not; unless of course they see a quid / dollar in it for themselves.

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