Originally aired: Wednesday, October 31, 2012
Michael Brown (AKA "Heck of a Job, Brownie") - the former FEMA head who screwed-up the Hurricane Katrina response - is criticizing the Obama administrations' reaction to Hurricane Sandy. Apparently, he doesn't agree with "doing things right" and "saving people from disasters." // A new pro-Obama ad by Michael Moore is ruffling feathers, as you might expect. Plus, a viral video of a little crying girl sums up how we all feel about the election season. // KIRO Radio's Chris Sullivan has learned that the theft of booze after privatization is much worse than originally thought. Stores have lost up to 30-thousand dollars' worth of liquor in the last three months. // ROSS-COLORED GLASSES: The Seattle Times' Danny Westneat points out that the fight over releasing the names of anti-gay marriage petition signers was a big to-do over nothing. // Scientific American is running an ad saying events like Hurricane Sandy can be blamed on global warming. // Dave has an old news reel of a super storm that hit New York back in the 1930s. He says these types of things are cyclical - and at least these days we can mitigate the death toll. Are we getting better at storms?