Typhoon Saola is Ma's Fault

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Typhoon Saola is Ma's Fault

Postby Dog's_Breakfast » 03 Aug 2012, 14:10

I haven't yet heard or read anyone say this yet, so I want to be the first: Typhoon Saola is Ma's Yin-jeou's fault. I expect someone in the DPP to leap on this issue in the next few days. Soon thereafter, their English-language mouthpiece The Taipei Times will have an editorial on it. Charles Hong of Cincinnati, Ohio, will write a letter about it. Within a week it will be established fact. I expect a few Forumosans to join in. It will be a campaign issue in the next election.

Ma caused Typhoon Nari in 2001 which flooded Taipei when he was mayor. Then he caused Typhoon Morakot in 2009, killing over 700 persons. And now Saola. And let's not forget the the swine flu epidemic. His ability to conjure up the forces of nature to kill Taiwanese is almost supernatural. Could he be the anti-Christ?

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Re: Typhoon Saola is Ma's Fault

Postby Super Hans » 03 Aug 2012, 17:49

It is Ma's fault, but it doesn't matter.
As soon as the finger is pointed at Ma and his cohorts, he will launch an unwarranted investigation into a random DPP department and accuse them of typhoon incompetence on a previous occasion, therefore directing attention elsewhere so he and his party can continue with further uselessness and corruption.
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Re: Typhoon Saola is Ma's Fault

Postby baberenglish » 03 Aug 2012, 18:56

Don't you know they conjured up that Jiayi DPP thing once this typhoon was formed? Therefore deflecting any criticism because the media can only focus on one story at a time. BTW, haven't heard anything about Mr. Lin and his 68 million in the last week, have you? Perfect timing this typhoon I would say.
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Re: Typhoon Saola is Ma's Fault

Postby Dog's_Breakfast » 06 Aug 2012, 08:57

baberenglish wrote:BTW, haven't heard anything about Mr. Lin and his 68 million in the last week, have you? Perfect timing this typhoon I would say.


It's certainly suspicious. I suspect that the KMT had the Air Force secretly seed the clouds.
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