"I hope the people of Haiti take notice and start voting for...

Ricart - June 25 2014, 11:13 AM

"I hope the people of Haiti take notice and start voting for people who can go to work to make Haiti a much better place so that Haiti will no longer be the laughing stock of the region."

Thousands of Haitians sneak illegally thru the Hatian/Dominican border and devalue jobs, devalue properties, pop-out babies and claim them as Dominicans (anchor-babies), etc. As a result, Dominicans want to build a wall. But someway, somehow, Haiti is the victim here and the the laughing stock of the region?

Well, I beg to differ.

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