Its about time. because its sad that people have to go to...

Sheila - August 7 2011, 6:53 PM

Its about time. because its sad that people have to go to port-au-prince for everything so its gonna take Michel Martelly whom they say does not know anything in politics to do something about it.

That's a shame!

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