Maybe you have the absolute minimal health care coverage like I do, maybe you have no coverage at all?
If I ever had a serious illness and needed a $30,000 to $50,000 operation, I would making payments to the hospital for the next 30 years. So would a lot of Americans.
But if you live in Haiti, you get to come here and get top care for nothing.
This isn’t some feel good story, this is about ego’s and white guilt. “Look at me” “I helped another poor negro”, that probably wont amount to anything but an aids riddled, tax dollar sucking baby machine.
Let’s face it folks, Haiti isn’t exactly a 1st class society, It’s a dump.
What I cannot understand is. If these bleeding heart liberals really want to help people with serious conditions, why look to another country? Why spend $4,000.00 on airfare, when you could easily find someone local that needs help?
What are your thoughts?
Through Intervol, a Rochester-based non-profit group, and the Hope for Haiti Foundation, Denise was able to secure a medical visa. She was flown to the U.S. and taken to Rochester General Hospital, a nationally recognized heart center.