Editor's Note: After last night's AC360°, we received many thanks for the continued coverage from Haiti. Some of you asked for more explanation about the orphans that are there and how they can be adopted. Let us know what you think!
I personally would like to thank you for being the first reporter to set foot in Haiti in order to cover the devastation that this monster earthquake caused. I would like to thank you also for your continuous and unrestful effort to bring us the most accurate and updated news. Anderson, I commend you and hats off to you my dear for your caring and making sure that all affected areas are covered even the most deplorable ones. You proved to the entire world that you are really enjoying your career, because I do not believe any money in this world can compensate you for such hectic coverage in Haiti.
Due to the potential for harm in allowing hasty adoptions of Haitian children, I wondered if it would be possible to legally "sponsor" a family of Haitians in the United States. Haiti has been a dangerous, poor, and violent place to live for hundreds of years. Is there nothing the American government can do, along the lines of a Humanitarian Visa, to facilitate emigration?
Hi, I want to thank you for your efforts and coverage of our country Haiti, really, really appreciate what you're doing for us once again thank you.
I tune into Anderson Cooper to get the latest on Haiti. I don't want to see Wolf Blitzer and his panel break down the GOP win in MASS. If I wanted to see Wolfe Blitzer, I would have watched his show from 4 – 7 p.m. This is the 2nd night now that CNN has done this on AC360. So it is 10:07 p.m. now and with all that has gone on in Haiti today, I get a 7 minute update. Now to Wolfe and for me to turn the channel!!
I've always been a big MSNBC fan, but lately I've been very impressed with the coverage of Anderson Cooper on AC360. I'm sure you hear this a lot, but I wanted to pass along how sincere and impactful his coverage in Haiti has been. Keep up the good work!
Anderson please push televising how the aid is not getting to the people of Haiti. We the people donated to help these suffering desperate folks and it seems like pencil pushers can't get the message and hand it out. PLEASE PLEASE push this, we have no way of getting heard and you can be our voice to make the people running the show get going on this. If reporters can get in the help should as well.
I am extremely tired of listening to the rehashing of the senatorial race in Mass. Okay, we know he won and she lost and by now we know a little bit about why. I want to hear what is happening in Haiti. People are more important than politics. How many times can you tell the same story.
I'm tired of Wolf Blitzer monopolizing AC360 with politics, when there's a terrible crisis in Haiti. Haiti is STILL the story. They've rehashed the political crap for two nights now and it's old news. Send Wolf to bed already. Why did CNN send all the best reporters to Haiti if they're not going to get air time. HELLO!!!
I can't believe how much political pundit "news" you are showing instead of the important story out of Haiti. This is why I stopped watching CNN. The quake is focused on real reporting and that's why I started watching again. The pundits and Wolf are REPEATING the same story. There is NO MORE news in it. We get it. You have been focusing on it all day.
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