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MSNBC: Nobody Needs Your Hurricane Donations Mitt Romney

ProgusParasitus Wrote: Oct 31, 2012 9:11 AM
When mostly white people in red tates were were under water for months in those monstrous midwest floods, FEMA and the Red Cross were nowhere to be found.
Imiss40 Wrote: Oct 31, 2012 9:32 AM
I was at the CDC during those floods. We pumped out medical supplies and medical equipment by the truckload and then had resupply direct from the pharmaceutical companies.

I couldn't tell you what FEMA was doing then.
MacQ - Texas Wrote: Oct 31, 2012 9:18 AM
Come now: Obama managed to stop by after a week had passed (as president he had more pressing matters...the View was on, and Vegas baby!)
Plus, have you not seen the footage of those poor people being carried out of their homes in ankle deep water?

Yesterday Mitt Romney turned a previously scheduled campaign event in Ohio into a hurricane relief event. Romney asked supporters to bring canned goods and other supplies to help storm victims recover on the East Coast. He only spoke for ten minutes at the event and quickly jumped in to help load supplies. His campaign bus has been accepting hurricane relief donations since Monday in Northern Virginia. Sounds like a great idea right? Not according to MSNBC. Reporters and anchors at the far-left TV outlet were appalled at Romney's efforts to give back to the community, after all, his charity and...