Rights groups accuse U.S. of holding ...

Rights groups accuse U.S. of holding up money for Haiti

There are 8 comments on the South Florida Sun-Sentinel story from Jun 24, 2008, titled Rights groups accuse U.S. of holding up money for Haiti. In it, South Florida Sun-Sentinel reports that:

An array of human rights groups has strongly criticized the U.S. government for withholding money meant to provide clean drinking water to Haiti as leverage for political change in the country.

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Chump

Delray Beach, FL

#1 Jun 24, 2008
Who would LOAN money to a corrupt country that doesnt show any positive return?
The people there are either corrupt ,gang related ,destructive or just don't want to work.(Enough is Enough) People need a reality check.
Can't believe you printed this story
Julia

San Jose, CA

#2 Jun 25, 2008
Chump wrote:
Who would LOAN money to a corrupt country that doesnt show any positive return?
The people there are either corrupt ,gang related ,destructive or just don't want to work.(Enough is Enough) People need a reality check.
Can't believe you printed this story
Well, I can see you are aptly named. There are plenty of American's who are approved 'free' money and show absolutely no promise toward the future and yet they are still allowed to drain resources and taxes. Further more, do not base your ignorance on what you THINK you know. Obviously time and money has been wasted on your upbringing, yet, you too are allowed at the very least drinking water. Get over yourself. Sooner than later.
Wow

United States

#3 Jun 25, 2008
Julia wrote:
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Well, I can see you are aptly named. There are plenty of American's who are approved 'free' money and show absolutely no promise toward the future and yet they are still allowed to drain resources and taxes. Further more, do not base your ignorance on what you THINK you know. Obviously time and money has been wasted on your upbringing, yet, you too are allowed at the very least drinking water. Get over yourself. Sooner than later.
Hope you don't suffer from too many nose bleeds while riding such a high horse.
We bailed out that slum numerous times and always, it ends up the same. Meanwhile, we aided the D R once, and now they're in very good shape.
Looks like it comes down to the quality of, or lack thereof, the natives.
Waist

Delray Beach, FL

#4 Jun 26, 2008
Julia wrote:
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Well, I can see you are aptly named. There are plenty of American's who are approved 'free' money and show absolutely no promise toward the future and yet they are still allowed to drain resources and taxes. Further more, do not base your ignorance on what you THINK you know. Obviously time and money has been wasted on your upbringing, yet, you too are allowed at the very least drinking water. Get over yourself. Sooner than later.
Your a fool,My upbringing has little to due with the way I spend money.
I ran and owned a business's worth more money that you properly couldn't comprehend. I done well for myself by LEARNING not to continue throwing money continuously into something that just will not work.
Due your homework on how much money was already giving to them that is unaccounted for before you talk, You only make yourself foolish and ignorant.
I have been to Hatie, I donated thousand of dollars to different organisations and I still have people working for me that arrived from there. I wounder have you done half of that?
FirstAmendment

United States

#5 Jun 26, 2008
Waist wrote:
<quoted text>Your a fool,My upbringing has little to due with the way I spend money.
I ran and owned a business's worth more money that you properly couldn't comprehend. I done well for myself by LEARNING not to continue throwing money continuously into something that just will not work.
Due your homework on how much money was already giving to them that is unaccounted for before you talk, You only make yourself foolish and ignorant.
I have been to Hatie, I donated thousand of dollars to different organisations and I still have people working for me that arrived from there. I wounder have you done half of that?
Dude, you can't even spell Haiti, and we should believe you were a successful businessman?
Ouch

United States

#6 Jun 27, 2008
FirstAmendment wrote:
<quoted text>Dude, you can't even spell Haiti, and we should believe you were a successful businessman?
Dude? How eloquent. Einstein couldn't spell to save his posterior end, yet I doubt that you could ever match the level of HIS success.
FirstAmendment

United States

#7 Jun 27, 2008
Ouch wrote:
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Dude? How eloquent. Einstein couldn't spell to save his posterior end, yet I doubt that you could ever match the level of HIS success.
But I can leave you in the dust. Ouch? Is that what you say when your boyfriend gets behind you?
Ouch

United States

#8 Jun 27, 2008
FirstAmendment wrote:
<quoted text>But I can leave you in the dust. Ouch? Is that what you say when your boyfriend gets behind you?
Not quite. It's a natural reaction associated with reading posts by such an insecure mind that feels a need to ridicule others for HOW they said something, rather than WHAT they said.
As to leaving me in the dust, I know not of what you refer, but evidently dust is very important to you. Oh well, to each his own. Enjoy your dir......er......dust.

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