136. Drought Attacks Georgia

The state of Georgia is in the midst a major drought. Experts predict that, unless it “cats and dogs” real soon, the whole city Atlanta will have no drinking water in four . Lake Lanier, the source of Atlanta’s water delivery , is now at only 20 percent of its level. To make matters worse, when Georgia water tried to block the flow of the Chattahoochee southward to Alabama and Florida, those states threatened with lawsuits. They claimed that they were just desperate for and entitled to that river water Georgia was.
The Georgia Civil Air Patrol has trying to seed the clouds overhead for the six months, to no avail. State officials asked local Cherokee Indians to do a rain dance. Indians told them they would do a rain when the state returned all the land that stole from the Cherokees. Officials hired the nation’s one water finder. He found a still for whiskey.
Finally, the governor himself held a press on the steps of the state capitol building. asked all the media to bow their heads, his hands to heaven, and prayed. “Lord, we asking for relief, not for us, but for sick and the young in this state. Thank , oh most powerful Lord.” The Georgia Association of immediately sued the governor for conducting prayer sessions state property.