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  1. Sorry about my last Blog and sentence structure but was in a hurry to get that out.

    If we can bail banks out at the cost of billions of dollars with little payback as individuals we surely could pay the cruise lines and rent their ships for recovery actions in Haiti.

    These ships are floating cities with all ammenities to help Haitians in distress plus can save lives also.

    Please act now and help the cause in Haiti by sending ships to the zone and take care in one of the largest humanitarian recovery sites in our history!

    Money and profits mean nothing but saving lives mean everything!!!!!

    James Ruff, Bellingham, WA

  2. I am a disaster volunteer for the Red Cross as well as blood and money donor. The question I get from most everyone is how is the money being spent and how much is being spent on a daily basis, etc. Please keep everyone posted on not only how much is being raised, but how it’s being distributed. I know it’s going directly to the people because I’m on the ground, but most just need facts and numbers published.

  3. my heart goes out to the haiti people and even in times like these remember God is with you

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