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September 26, 2011

By: Jerry H. Goldfeder

"The 5.8 earthquake in Virginia that shook New York on a blue-sky day last month naturally brought back memories of the terrorist attack 10 years ago, as people streamed into the street with their cell phones not working.

Days later, Hurricane Irene literally shut down the city, Long Island and the northern suburbs. As if this were not enough, a 2.9 earthquake jolted upstate in the middle of the hurricane, and Tropical Storm Lee brought massive flooding and destruction throughout the Hudson Valley.

I may be unique in this respect, but all of this makes me think about elections."

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