Skip to comments.Haiti earthquake
Posted on 01/14/2010 6:25:52 AM PST by shadeaud
Sixteen Britons are among the tens of thousands missing after a catastrophic earthquake ripped Haiti apart. They had all been living in the capital Port-au-Prince when the disaster - which measured 7.0 on the Richter scale - struck on Tuesday.
International Development Secretary Douglas Alexander said there were 32 British nationals living in the city - half of whom had yet to make contact with the UK's ambassador.
(Excerpt) Read more at dailymail.co.uk ...
Stunned residents began stacking bodies on the streets of their devastated capital Port-au-Prince. yesterday as distraught, dust-caked survivors clawed feverishly in the debris of shattered buildings. US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton described the damage as 'Biblical', and likened the disaster to the 2004 Asian tsunami. My question is Where is Obamma???
“My question is Where is 0bama?”
Tin Foil Hat ON: It’s obvious. 0bama hates black people. Tin Foil Hat OFF.
He has been on TV twice now saying he will send millions of our tax dollars...as usual. What happened to the billion sent there last year?
Reminds me of the SNL skit with Bill Clinton at a McDonald’s explaining that the Warlords are stealing all the food in Somalia, while taking a Big Mac off of another person’s tray.
Obama said, “this tragedy seems especially cruel and incomprehensible.”
How is that, wouldn’t this be an act of God?
So Obama is saying God is especially cruel and incomprehensible?
What is incomprehensible about it? The planet has tectonic plates, when they move, they create stress, when that stress becomes too much, you have earthquakes.
I am so tired of that light skinned African American in whatever voice he selects.
I’m not even disturbed by this stuff anymore. The world is so full of horror that I have grown completely and indefinitely numb. I feel nothing at all.
No, he’s blaming the earthquake on those cruel and incomprehensible honkeys.
It’s a cruel world.
I did not understand his use of the word cruel. Who’s being cruel? God?
There is a meaning of the word “cruel” that does not imply human agency: “causing or conducive to injury, grief, or pain” (Merriam-Webster, http://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/CRUEL)
This earthquake fits that definition.