So, here we are, the week before the Republican National Convention and it looks like the GOP might have an unexpected attendee -- which could wreak havoc in Tampa.
No, we're talking about neither Sarah Palin nor Ron Paul -- we're talking about Isaac, a potential hurricane.
Right now, there's a swirl of a storm in the Atlantic that experts say may build up and become either a tropical storm or hurricane. Of course, predicting the exact behavior of something this far out is pretty hard. There's roughly a 3% chance that a hurricane will hit Tampa directly during the four-day convention.
But, it's been more than 60 years since a big storm hit the area, thus some people think it's "due."
Oh, and as if having a major storm hit the city as it's full of the entire Republican leadership isn't enough, Tampa is ranked as the most vulnerable city to hurricane in the country.
Hmm, what we have here is the gathering of a major political party, the rare chance of an intense storm striking and a city susceptible to catastrophe. ...
Does this sound like the setup for a disaster movie to anyone else?
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