You can repeat this again and again!!!with the exception of...

Cj - June 25 2012, 6:09 AM

You can repeat this again and again!!!with the exception of those every now and then that are force to seek exile No Haitians who can afford to live fully in Haiti and have access to travel even as close to Saint Domingue wants to live else where ...

life abroad is complete misery, confinement and unbearable to them. Even on the days we might consider to be some of the darkest days in our Haiti history.

The rich would not trade living in Haiti for abroad, they may seek temporary shelter else where until they can return.

Haiti is where their lives earning are, the beauty of the land, the people hospitality, the way of life bargaining, top education to prepare their children for international success, what more reasons they need to not give up on the sweet life of Haiti.

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