RUSH: Just a couple things here before we go to the break. At last count, five million people without power in Ohio. Fifty-one tornadoes I saw on the Drudge Report. Nearly half of the population of Ohio is without power early today, including a large and dangerous tornado that was northwest of Dayton. The destruction pictures are devastating. They’re shocking.
This is not that difficult to relate to if you’ve been through any kind of a disaster where there has been significant damage to your home or dwelling. It is unnerving. It is disruptive like nothing else is. And in a wide area of devastation like this where there is nowhere else to go, everybody pretty much in the neighborhood has suffered the same thing.
Home - Dwelling - Investment - Everything - Life
I mean, here your home, your dwelling, maybe your biggest investment and everything in it that constitutes the life you and your family have lived is just gone, ripped to sleds. Man, it’s tough to see, and imagining recovering from it is depressing. It just overwhelms.
You know, with hurricanes, we live in Hurricane Alley here, a portion of it. At least you have days’ warning that a hurricane’s coming and make plans to either ride it out, split the scene or what have you. Tornadoes oftentimes you don’t get enough warning, and even if you do get some, it’s not enough to really get out of the way. You can outrun them, but you’d have to stay on the ground to be able to do that. A tornado is just devastating as it can be and our hearts go out to everybody in Ohio and throughout the other states that have had this happen.
Sun - Morning - Tornadoes
Now, as is predictable as the sun coming up in the morning, these tornadoes...
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