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Webmaster, as I said nothing wrong with helping and we DO understand your compassion, kindness and good heart. We just feel there is much more to be done here than in Asia, many of which hate us just for being Americans. You are right insurance helps but with a $7700 deductible and bids $10,000 more than the Ins will allow, we alone are out $17,700 our home and $30,000 more on another property, none of which is covered by FEMA...About a million US citizens are in the same or worse boat that we are in.

They made their poor governments and their own poverty, we do not own that, not our fault. Take care of our own before helping others is our Mantra.

I was not tying at all to say what you are doing is wrong, AT ALL...just giving another perspective in helping those at home first, then helping others...your loyal subscriber

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DestinFlCp,

I do understand the grief in Florida. My family lives in Port Charlotte, the first and hardest hit of the hurricane victims. I personally took almost a week off to take a uHaul truck full of supplies to Port Charlotte and help with the emergency effort. We spent several thousands of dollars and countless hours helping those in need.

I visited Port Charlotte for XMas and was amazed to see how much devastation still existed. Many People in Florida had insurance that got them on their feet again, those that did not have insurance received state and federal aid. I personally saw acres of travel trailers that were setup by FEMA for temporary housing (temporary being a year).

So, to answer your question, yes, we do feel bad for hurricane victims and we did a lot to help those in need. The low income people of asia that were affected by the Tsunami were much more devastated than those in Florida, and they do not have a strong government to help them.

We had considered doing a toys for tots campaign on the site, but due to the nature of the site, we must always steer clear of anything related to children, some government agency would find a way to ear mark it as promotion of child pornography and use it against us.

I guess the saying is true, no good dead goes unpunished.

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We really feel sorry for all those people but a million or more right here in FL are still suffering from 4 Hurricanes...I hope you did the same for them...None of the countries we are sending aid to gave us a dime when our people were in need.

We do understand your wonderful gift and are pleased you are doing it...but our $ are staying in America till all of our childern are fed and people with no homes or food are taken care of right here.

One small community Sarasota, has 31,000 home and businesses damaged or destroyed, jobs lost and people living in tents...Here in the Panhandle Pensacola has over 50,000...No FEMA is not helping, they are through and these people need your help too.

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What a great gesture, Webmaster !!! Just outstanding.

Mesquite TX
 
 
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That's very generous Webmaster and a nother reason that we're happy to be lifetime members of this site ! Happy New Year !!!

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SwingLifeStyle is donating 10% of all profits between Dec 30th 2004 and Jan 31st 2005 to the victims of the Tsunami.

$10,000 advance donation to be made this week.

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