Saturday, January 16, 2010

Where are the supplies?

There seems to be great consternation among various groups as to why adequate supplies haven't gotten to Haiti.  Am I mistaken, or are these the same leftist swine that screamed and jumped about when President Bush was unable to make rescue supplies appear by magic in New Orleans?  I would guess they won't be blaming Obama in the same way they blamed Bush.

Tons of supplies are not easy to move nor are they instantly available, no matter who's the president.  The Haitians are about to riot because the US hasn't yet saved them.  What a goat rope that place is.  We - our country - has always helped whomever they could, but it takes time.  Hard to understand when you're starving, but still reality.

I understand Danny Glover blamed the earthquake on global warming.  'Nuff said.

5 comments:

Teresa said...

Danny Glover is one whack job. I doubt the media nor the public is going to blame Obama like they blamed Bush after Katrina.

Your right. It takes time to gather such a huge amount of supplies. Its hard for people in extreme need to be patient and wait. But, they must, so Haiti doesn't turn into complete chaos.

corvedacosta said...

People should understand the plight the Haitian people are in and the difficulties they are in to reach the affected ones. There is no way we can begin to blame the USA for not making magic happen.

Amusing Bunni said...

Hi Wo Fat, this haiti fiasco is really playing into obummer's hands...he can act like a saviour and get millions of new voters when he ships them here.

The MSM is already fawning over obama for all his "help" I wonder if HE wrote a frlief check, instead of giving away $100 million of OUR money to the corrupt gov't that will never see the light of day to help the injured and displaced.

Opus #6 said...

We know whose side the lamestream media is on.

LL said...

I wonder how many of them are eating their fellow Haitians, not out of need, but out of preference. It's an old story on Haiti and it goes back well over 100 years.

It is mute testament to the qualities of the Haitian culture.