Storms, tornados, floods wash away Sailer's bogus affordable family foundation theory
Late April, 2011 - Massive storms and tornados inflict massive damage across seven southern states. Over 300 people killed, setting a new record for the most fatalities in America from storms. Deaths and severe damage are in Alabama, Mississippi, Tennessee, Georgia, Virginia, Arkansas, and Kentucky.
May 22, 2011 - An extremely powerful EF-5 tornado devastates Joplin, Missouri. At least 142 dead so far, many more missing or injured, entire buildings demolished, untold damage.
Late May, 2011 - The Mississippi river water levels and flooding dangers are rising again. Flooding is a threat in midwest states like Montana, North Dakota, and South Dakota, which will continue to worsen for the southern states as flood waters traverse southward along the Mississippi river.
Red Republican states are hazardous death traps
31 dead from Tennessee flooding, 5 dead from Oklahoma tornadoes (May 2010)
Tornado kills at least 10 in Mississippi
Rural red states suffer devastating losses to natural disaster (Apr 2009)
Sailer's "Affordable Family Foundation" plan is bogus