Most of your comments suggest that you are waiting for a...

Patrick - December 15 2011, 10:00 PM

Most of your comments suggest that you are waiting for a savior from a diffent country to come save Haiti.

Why don't you all get off your hinds and make Haiti what you want it to be. I know you all love Haiti.

Our country will only change for the better when we wake up and realize that no one will do it for us. The sacrifice is ours to make. Not Oprah's, not the NGO's. Ours! Of cource we should welcome any genuine help. But why have we become so dependent?

Why do we seem so needy?

Haiti needs to chance accourding to our own vision.

No one else's.

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