Yes, in The Guardian:
It also interlocks very conveniently with US economic interests in the region and in Haiti in particular. Food and water may be scarce, but some of the factories in the so-called export processing zones, where Haitians labour in sweatshop conditions, have managed to get their machines working again. Yet there is still no electricity in the areas where people are surviving in makeshift camps or under plastic sheeting in the streets.
Eeeevil bastard yanks, eh?
The largely government owned electricity sector in Haiti is facing a deep, permanent crisis characterized by dramatic shortages and the lowest coverage of electricity in the Western Hemisphere with only about 12.5% of the population (25% if illegal connections are accounted for)having regular access to electricity.
So, umm, where there was electricity supply before the quake there is now electricity supply after the quake. Where there was not electricity supply before the quake there is not electricity supply after the quake.
Well, I just guiess that the failure of the Yanks to entirely wire the country in three weeks, to build an entire electricity generation and distribution system for an entire country, shows that they really are truly and irremediably evil then.
What bastards, eh?