Good news for Haiti. Mr. Penn is an Earthly Angel for the...

Franckner Larece - January 16 2012, 12:52 PM

Good news for Haiti.

Mr. Penn is an Earthly Angel for the Nation.

I applaud President Martelly of his view. God bless and help Haiti.

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