May 22, 2018
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Comments for: Maine Red Cross volunteers enter fray in NY, expect ‘mass devastation’ and ‘destroyed neighborhoods’

PORTLAND, Maine — Retired Portland nurse Bonnie MacInnes described Wednesday morning what she expected to see in New York over the next few weeks. “Mass devastation. Destroyed neighborhoods. A lot of hurt people. And a lot of people pulling together to help.” The latter… Read More
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  • PabMainer

    Thank-you to those who are able to go and help…..God speed to all…..

  • Anonymous

    Wish I was able to go. Thanks to all that are.

  • Anonymous

    The red cross shouldn’t be allowed near disasters. They don’t work well with locals and try to take charge of everything. they like seperating children from their parents., they should be arrested for messing things up.. $$$$$$$$$$

    • Anonymous

      > “The red cross shouldn’t be allowed near disasters”

      Not much on individual rights and freedom are you, Red ?Would your plan include more Big Government to enforce your notions of what other free Americans should not be “allowed” to do ?
      If not, what is your point ?

      Aren’t you suggesting that the State is being weak on crime, like how the top conservative State L.E.P. can’t even indite, never mind convict, all the voter fraud crime, that you AND THEY 
      just know must be happening, too, right ?


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