Investing, building or constructing work in Haiti is a great...

Who - August 3 2014, 1:58 PM

Investing, building or constructing work in Haiti is a great idea. What about doing the same if not more when it comes to the people.

All of it, if it doesn't benefit the people then HELL with it.

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