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Will the International Response to Hurricane Sandy Be Any Better than the Response to Haiti's Quake or Cholera Disasters? Poor roads and communications have hindered damage assessments and relief efforts.

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the caveman

Cape May, NJ

#1 Nov 12, 2012
The internatonal community is like an Obama supporter -- envious of the top 2% -- and it views the United States as too rich, so little or no help will come from the world.

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