Oh sorry-- that's what he called Cindy Sheehan.
During the 8/29 edition of Special Report/Brit Hume, Barnes had the nerve as Hurricane Katrina's damage was unfolding to complain about people living in particular areas because the government would have to assist them while he has his own nice beach house in Vero Beach.
Newshounds has the full story and transcripts also.
BARNES: ...But my problem with it is that, in some of these areas, like a below- sea-level city like New Orleans, they're not -- they want the rest of us to insure their risk. As people who live on the San Andreas Fault in California, where they know there are going to be earthquakes, people who live along the Mississippi River in these low farmland areas...
BARNES: ... near the river, the floodplains. They know they're going to flood. And when these things happen, they want the taxpayers all over the country to pay, and they do.
HUME: So they can rebuild, right?
BARNES: Yes, right, exactly.
(What about his house?)
KONDRACKE: Yes, well, the question is, where do you draw the line? And that's the problem. Do you draw it at the Barrier Islands? Do you draw it at Vero Beach, you know, where Fred has a beach house?
HUME: How did your house, by the way, do over the weekend?
BARNES: Well, it did fine, because we were on the Atlantic coast and the hurricane went to the Gulf Coast. So it missed it entirely.
HUME: It got rained on, right?
BARNES: But last year, when there were two hurricanes, and I got a new roof, I paid my part. My private insurance company paid the other part. The federal government and taxpayers paid no part.
HUME: What about the cover on your swimming pool? Did the government...
BARNES: I paid all of that.