10 costliest US hurricanes

With hurricane season about to start, we look back on the worst storms to hit the United States, as ranked by insured property losses.

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May 31, 2013 4:55PM
And, the ONE most costly destructive force of all time is THE US GOVERNMENT!  Each CONgress turd is paid $174,000 dollars every year they are in office.  And, though they received an OVERPAID full time yearly salary, they only work about 130 days each year, but are paid the entire year for holding office for a part time job so poorly done.  They should be ashamed to take more than 11 times the anuualy salayry of many minimum wage earners who support a family on about $15,200.  I have asked CONgress turds to verify the reason they THINK they are worth more than 11 times the salary of those who really do work all year for their pay.  NOT ONE CONgress bass turd has responded.  NOT ONE!!!  CONgress is destroying more than 93 MILLION EACH YEAR they are in office.  And, that is just in salaries!!!!
May 31, 2013 5:43PM
To Mr. Beinghonest, look at the Egyptian congress and you will send the American Congress a personalized thank you note......
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