Couldn't there have been a body bag distribution for Haiti?

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    With all those bodies decomposing in the streets of Port Au Prince, why didn't the U.S. government send an emergency supply of body bags, or lime, to deal with all the dead bodies that were lying in the Streets?!

    Why was those bodies allowed to lie in the streets of Port Au Prince??
     
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    Why didn't an African government do that? Why not an Asian government? You should go over there and show everyone how this shit's done man.
     
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    Somebody's got to find them all, and pick them up, find a place to put them et cetera.

    It's hard to bring order to this disaster.
     
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    There's no place to bury them, Haiti is a tiny island. They've got to burn them.

    Unfortunately, with all the rubble and trash lying around, burning them creates a huge fire hazard.
     
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    because water and food for the living is more important ?
     
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    Well why weren't portable creamatoriums sent over to Haiti to incinerate some of the dead bodies??
     
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    Same reason the bodies lie in the streets of Lagos, Nigeria.

    Because they're dead and there's no roadkill pick up service in place like there is here in America.

    Oh and I didn't make that up.

    That's...per a family member living in Lagos, Nigeria. ;)
     
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    Those are called funeral pyres.

    Several years ago in Iran, there was a horrific earthquake.

    The Iranian survivors IMMEDIATELY started burning bodies.....

    Why didn't the Haitians? :eusa_think: :eusa_eh:

    WHY is it the responsiblity of the USA? Haiti is NOT a state or territory of America.

    You claim you want Blacks separate from whites, then quit looking to WHITES to solve all the problems in the black world.

    Fuckwit.
     

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