You can call me a heartless bastard all you want, but there's a reason why I haven't donated a cent to the victims of hurricane Katrina.
Why can't their government help them? The United States takes pride in being the richest, most important country in the world. Aren't its citizens important too? The damage caused by Hurricane Katrina is estimated to be at the highest $200 billion dollars.
Interesting. Thus far, the United States has spent approximately $195 billion killing innocent Iraqis -- and that number is still climbing. This war is being led by their moronic failure of a president. Go to google, type in 'miserable failure' and click the "I'm feeling lucky!" button. As of right now, that takes you here. If you understand how google's pagerank works, you'll understand how that happened.
And if that isn't enough for you, how about the fact that the United States is burning donated food because it contains beef from Britian?
I'd hate to have my donated money thrown away because it came from a resident of a country that won't agree to join in on your little fucking escapade in the Middle East.
Maybe now Americans can realise what George W Bush has done to their country's image, their country's currency, and their country's outlook.
Karma's a bitch, ain't it?