Well, now I will.
It's a terrible, hideous disaster brought on in part because of climate change.
The waters in the Gulf of Mexico are warmer than they have been in years past and that contributes to the unrelenting rainfall that has accompanied this storm.
No matter how much blather the deniers put out, climate change brought on and intensified this storm.
And then I saw that our President made a trip to Texas this week without meeting any of the survivors of the storm and made some self-serving statements before jetting back to the Beltway.
Vice-president Pence came to Texas today and met and hugged and prayed with survivors and even got his hands dirty carrying some broken tree branches away from the front of a building.
But, then, we all know he's running for President, don't we?
Do I sound a bit cynical?
Oh, yes, the President said today he's giving a million dollars of his own money to the relief effort.
Someone I know very well commented that money will probably come from the Trump Foundation that he doesn't contribute to.
But be that as it may.
I had a visitor this afternoon.
What my friend Mike in Montana will quickly identify as a "camp robber".
Down here in Arizona we call him a Mountain Jay.
He just stopped by for a drink.
Speaking of which . . . . . . .