The recent House bill for Hurricane Sandy relief, whose purpose was to bolster the beleaguered National Flood Insurance Program, had votes opposed from such southern coastal states as Virginia, Texas, Alabama, North and South Carolina, Mississippi, Florida, Georgia, and - get this - Louisiana. This program is still in debt due to Katrina, where it helped thousands of homeowners.
And, while not particularly reliant on flood insurance, many of these votes come from states that have been ravaged by tornadoes over the last decade.
Here are the NO votes, all Republican. (I found only a list of last names, so a couple of them are from one of two states.) I hope these votes are remembered when disaster hits their districts - not to deny them relief, of course, but to shame them brutally in the process.
Barr (GA or KY)
Williams (TX or MO)