Cancel the convention over a little rain? Oh no you don’t!! It’s just a little water, not an earthquake ferrcrissakes. Hell, What’s plan ‘B?” Alabama? And what about the Ho’s? If you send the ho ho’s home who’s going to service the white guys? Look, weather guys are notorious for screwing these things up. No one trusts those nerds. And then those damn Democrats, who OWN Tampa, said if it means potential danger for the participants, the Convention will be shorten or down right cancelled. WIMPS WIMPS WIMPS. Republicans have the fortitude of Grizzlies, right? Oh wait … Momma G is a no show and now the babies are left unprotected to drown or be eaten by their own. Ahh, Republicans don’t care about the babies anyway. Especially in a crisis.
Since your Jelly Bean had very minor plans to cover this blow
job out in Tampa but being from California means I can only handle fires and earthquakes. Hurricanes just ain’t my speed and your Bean can’t play “let’s pretend it’s a fire” game.
Emergency plans are in place to shorten or cancel the convention if a hurricane appears to be bearing down on Tampa, city and convention officials said.
But officials declined to divulge the details of those plans and say they expect the convention will go on as scheduled.
“We’re in full RNC mode and focused on putting a great show for the convention,” Mayor Bob Buckhorn said. “We are not anticipating having to make the decision” of canceling the GOP convention. [...]
The main site of the convention is the Forum, which sits in the county’s evacuation Zone B. That designation means an evacuation will be issued if winds reach 96 to 110 mph and tides swell to a height of 15 feet.
Next door is the Tampa Convention Center, which will house the GOP’s committee on arrangements and the media. The building is in Zone A, which could be evacuated when winds reach 74 to 95 mph and tides crest up to eight feet. [...]
State emergency officials conducted a mock drill in March. That scenario had a Category 3 hurricane making landfall in Tarpon Springs on the second day of the convention. The simulation showed massive storm surges crashing into Tampa, putting parts of the city under 20 feet of water.
During the drill, Lt. Gov. Jennifer Carroll said if this scenario was real, downtown Tampa would be evacuated and the convention canceled.
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