Saturday, January 16, 2010

Obama, Bush, And Clinton Join Forces to Help Haiti

Obama, Bush, and Clinton have joined forces to help Haiti recover from the devastating 7.0 earthquake that struck it causing wide spread chaos. Glenn Reynolds points out that there is someone missing. The fear that half a million people may have died has mostly subsided, but the new projected death toll of about 150,000 still makes this event an almost unimaginable tragedy. The situation is so bad that Haitians illegally in this country will not be deported (temporarily). Napolitano granted temporary protection statis which is "granted to foreigners who may not be able to return safely to their country because of a natural disaster, armed conflict or other reasons".

Through all the death, destruction, and chaos, there are still glimmers of hope and triumph such as this little boy being pulled from the rubble alive (picture follows the clip).

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Redjeson Hausteen

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Past related posts:
Berman Post: Haiti Smashed With Strongest Earthquake in Over Two Hundred Years
Berman Post: 500,000 People Could be Dead in Haiti From the 7.0 Earthquake
Berman Post: Twitter Helping Haiti
Berman Post: 7.0 Earthquake in Haiti Kills More UN Personal Then Any Other Single Incident Ever
Berman Post: Google And Facebook Join The Effort to Help Haiti
Berman Post: Chaos Reigns in Haiti
Berman Post: Obama to Write The Cover Story For Newsweek
Berman Post: Obama's Cover Story For Newsweek

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