Matt Damon, Wyclef Jean keep their co...

Matt Damon, Wyclef Jean keep their cool in chaotic food distrib...

There are 32 comments on the South Florida Sun-Sentinel story from Sep 14, 2008, titled Matt Damon, Wyclef Jean keep their cool in chaotic food distrib.... In it, South Florida Sun-Sentinel reports that:

He arrived with Haitian-born singer Wyclef Jean to hand out rice, beans and cooking oil in Cabaret, a town that saw 60 people die in flash floods when Ike grazed Haiti last week.

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redneck

AOL

#1 Sep 14, 2008
that is a waste of good food giving it to those scumbags
Sloburn

New Orleans, LA

#2 Sep 14, 2008
Why it is just like a really bad Disney movie, you know the hero shows up with film crew in hand and its all hot and the makeup is running off his face, yet he meets the challenge and gets the job done with humor and grace.

I wouldn't pay $20 to see it, but then Obama Nation will show it for free, and pay the star a billion dollars.

Obama Nation is where we are headed and Matt Damon is driving the bus.
Indian Giver

Fort Lauderdale, FL

#4 Sep 14, 2008
I saw a similar scene last week in Boca when a Depends truck overturned. Damned old folks mobbed it.
Markey

United States

#5 Sep 14, 2008
Hey Matt: Good on you to want to get involved. But next time, take the cash you spent on travel and security and PR and instead donate it to the Red Cross. Such will get a lot more aid into the hands of the needy folks who are no better off simply because it was a celeb who handed them a bottle of water. Meanwhile, keep lending your limelight to lesser-known but equally-worthy causes.
Freedom

Laredo, TX

#9 Sep 14, 2008
I should not feel as an insultee by reason of not being one,but its capitalist democracy and pretention.
I have no regrets, my apostate days are really in this thought of mine , I came from a state of demonic democratic christianity.
Quite scary, so our Democracy seemingly teaching Haitians to be evil.
Our America would be the best country to ask about third world capitalist democracy progress.As pro is to con as progress is to Congress.
well, I am not sure the poor countries would not be fooled by our crazy assed abstract talk of capitalist democracy.
So, Now our guru business of third world capitalist democracy should continued to fool all of the poor nations all the time.
Capitalist Democracy + Black Nations = Chaotic state disorder for White attraction.
Viva Fidel-The Difference-Ooop's & Bold.
RED BARON

Fort Lauderdale, FL

#10 Sep 14, 2008
Freedom wrote:
I should not feel as an insultee by reason of not being one,but its capitalist democracy and pretention.
I have no regrets, my apostate days are really in this thought of mine , I came from a state of demonic democratic christianity.
Quite scary, so our Democracy seemingly teaching Haitians to be evil.
Our America would be the best country to ask about third world capitalist democracy progress.As pro is to con as progress is to Congress.
well, I am not sure the poor countries would not be fooled by our crazy assed abstract talk of capitalist democracy.
So, Now our guru business of third world capitalist democracy should continued to fool all of the poor nations all the time.
Capitalist Democracy + Black Nations = Chaotic state disorder for White attraction.
Viva Fidel-The Difference-Ooop's & Bold.
Michael Moore... is that you?
RED BARON

Fort Lauderdale, FL

#11 Sep 14, 2008
Matt Damon sucks. He's not even a good actor. It's amazing how bad Hollyweird has fallen into the hands of no talent a&& clowns like Damon. I wish he'd stay over there. Without his bodyguards, he'd be knifed in about 5 minutes for his shirt and shoes. Welcome to Haiti sucka.
Matt

Hollywood, FL

#12 Sep 14, 2008
I went there to get votes for Obama
Valigator

Boca Raton, FL

#13 Sep 14, 2008
Matt Damon wouldn't know a Haitian if it cut in front of him at Publix..this was publicity pure and simple...the boy needs to spend some time in Pompano...
Valigator

Boca Raton, FL

#14 Sep 14, 2008
Freedom wrote:
I should not feel as an insultee by reason of not being one,but its capitalist democracy and pretention.
I have no regrets, my apostate days are really in this thought of mine , I came from a state of demonic democratic christianity.
Quite scary, so our Democracy seemingly teaching Haitians to be evil.

Our America would be the best country to ask about third world capitalist democracy progress.As pro is to con as progress is to Congress.
well, I am not sure the poor countries would not be fooled by our crazy assed abstract talk of capitalist democracy.
So, Now our guru business of third world capitalist democracy should continued to fool all of the poor nations all the time.
Capitalist Democracy + Black Nations = Chaotic state disorder for White attraction.
Viva Fidel-The Difference-Ooop's & Bold.
Crawl off the pipe...
Craps

Boca Raton, FL

#15 Sep 14, 2008
How much of their own millions are they giving?
Summer

AOL

#16 Sep 14, 2008
Markey wrote:
Hey Matt: Good on you to want to get involved. But next time, take the cash you spent on travel and security and PR and instead donate it to the Red Cross. Such will get a lot more aid into the hands of the needy folks who are no better off simply because it was a celeb who handed them a bottle of water. Meanwhile, keep lending your limelight to lesser-known but equally-worthy causes.
The Red Cross is NOT a non-profit organization. The majority of the money you send them goes to the unbelievable high salairies of the Red Cross president, management, and employee's. Give to the Salvation army or United Way if you want your money to go to the cause and not the salaries of the Red Cross employee's.
Valigator

Boca Raton, FL

#17 Sep 14, 2008
I have a better Idea...lets push some money for the victims of Hurricane Ike, as the days pass and the pictures of the devastation are coming across, I know where my charity is going...
king bling jr

Fort Lauderdale, FL

#18 Sep 14, 2008
matt damon would have such a different point of view (such as the view of a right wing republican ) if he were to grow up in bad neigborhoods like lauderhill and pompano and north lauderdale... you see he wants to be a humanitarian
for third world countries but he would never live amongst them and dwell with them...if he didnt have his bodyguards those animals would rob and kill him, and rape his mama and sister and take them as war booty!!!!!
matt damon - tim robbins- george clooney - sharon stone - oliver stone -kieth olbermann- chris matthews - obama- al sharpton - jesse jackson.....whats the difference? there all liberal democrats...
Chaka Khan

Austin, TX

#19 Sep 14, 2008
Please, the Red Cross are so inept. When Hurricane Katrina hit and the Astrodome was filling with people being bussed in, the Red Cross folks were so unorganized, they didn't even know I was there helping people get set up in camps. The food they had was nothing but crap - junk food, and sodas. The news was at least a day ahead in reporting that anyone had arrived at the dome at all. They had been reporting it for a day and a half so when I drove down the second day from Austin, they were just coming in. It took at least two more days for the Red Cross to get organized and feed people any decent food. When I got there, I kept asking where do I sign up and no one knew. They told me to go stand along a wall and wait, so after 4 hours of waiting I just figured out where the supplies were coming in, went out into the floor and asked people what they needed. I didn't need the Red Cross to tell me what to do. It was a disaster all right. Anyone with any sense about them at all knows how to roll up their sleeves and work. The Red Cross is just a bunch of people that take the money and try to tell people volunteering what they need to do, which is crap.
Markey wrote:
Hey Matt: Good on you to want to get involved. But next time, take the cash you spent on travel and security and PR and instead donate it to the Red Cross. Such will get a lot more aid into the hands of the needy folks who are no better off simply because it was a celeb who handed them a bottle of water. Meanwhile, keep lending your limelight to lesser-known but equally-worthy causes.
Info Please

Boca Raton, FL

#20 Sep 14, 2008
Rice and beans and oil to fry them in. It makes my mouth water thinking about it.What do Matt and Wyclef expect them to do with it, when they have no homes to take it to and cook it? Or even fuel for a fire, and pots and pans to cook in.I'm sure they won't be giving it too much thought when they are back in their mansions.
little orphan

Hollywood, FL

#21 Sep 14, 2008
Are these the useful idiots from Hollywood they talk about? And where is the rest. I mean Barbara, Jane, Whoopee,Oprah,Susan,the Sheens, etc., etc. I would not spend a nickel watching their movies.
Bubba

Boca Raton, FL

#22 Sep 14, 2008
Jason Bourne has a big heart. Good man!
Bubba

Boca Raton, FL

#23 Sep 14, 2008
little orphan wrote:
Are these the useful idiots from Hollywood they talk about? And where is the rest. I mean Barbara, Jane, Whoopee,Oprah,Susan,the Sheens, etc., etc. I would not spend a nickel watching their movies.
Bugs bunny is good enough for your mental state.

“H-o-o-o-o-o-o-ld on thar!”

Since: Sep 08

The Borderland of Sol

#24 Sep 14, 2008
king of all media wrote:
<quoted text>sloburn you had eight years to do something,its too late now.Go back to your trailer and watch HeeHaw reruns and eat your spam sandwiches and pork rinds.Your kind has already bankrupt the country,morally and financially.You probably think that Iraq attacked us on 9/11.Brush your one tooth and go back to the bed you have made.
Don't knock Spam sandwiches. Cut the stuff in slices, fry it, and use mustard or mayo on the bread.
Coupla cans'll help you through a hurricane.
Damn, now I'm all hungry.

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