Good Point, But

Damebochie - May 31 2013, 11:00 AM

Raynald Delerme, You made a good point, but let us not forget that we are not dealing with a standard citizen here. We're talking about the congressman of a country.

I definitely think it is a slap in its face. And I mean it by "its face and not Haiti's." If anything the consulate is telling us to stop putting low lives like him in the parliament.

As for sensationalizing the story, I think the Deputy is not innocent on the matter.

After all, he shared the pic with us. Perhaps, he needs to be educated more on U.S. Immigration policies.

Him complaining about the 2 days visa tells clearly what kind of a miscreant he is.

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