That's all I can really think of to say. Unbelievable.
I could rant and rant but at the end of the day, what good does it do? I cannot understand how someone who has the spirit of God in them - which these men must or else they are lying about ever having given their lives to Him - can look at suffering on such a huge scale and be apparently unmoved, and instead of getting their hands dirty helping or offering hope, spout such vicious rhetoric and increase the suffering of the people involved. What is all this rubbish about "dividing God's land"? What millennium is this man living in? Does he even own a New Testament?
My thinking on the whole subject of natural disasters is somewhere between the first and second posters. God is not petty; God is not a Republican; God does not hold voodoo or abortion or perversion (even real perversion, even paedophilia) as any more sinful than complacency, love of money, ignoring your neighbours needs, hatred, or any of a thousand more "acceptable" sins. And these people who stand up and misrepresent God as petty and hateful, who work to convince people that they are abominable and unacceptable to God, they are surely causing people to stumble, a subject on which Jesus had a lot to say, mostly concerning millstones, necks and rivers.
God is, however, God, and if we try to guess why he lets these things happen we'll be guessing all our lives and we still won't get it. It distresses me that I don't understand, but I think the only option, if you believe in the real God who is just as wonderful and loving and powerful as we believe, is to trust him.