Politician in Haiti are called "Smart Dummies" I hate to say...

Wosena - March 21 2013, 1:25 PM

Politician in Haiti are called "Smart Dummies" I hate to say it, but Haiti need Dictatorship.

No its or buys about it. These people are set in their ways. and can not see beyond.

EVERY OTHER COUNTRY IS DEVELOPING, HAITI IS ENVELOPING.

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