Dec 16, 2010 | Posted by: roboblogger
The standoff over Haiti's disputed presidential elections has left U.S. policymakers in a bind, forced to choose between a series of bad options as they try to navigate a way out of a volatile political crisis in a country still reeling from the January earthquake that left a quarter million people dead.
haiti was desperately poor and disorganised and decades of corruption selfish so-called politicians before the january 12 earthquake everybody knows that it's so sad watching those people killing each other over an bunch of so-called corrupt candidates I hope mrs clinton doesn't cut off the aid the people will suffer let the american red cross handle it just keep the funds away from that corrupt government and the so-called corrupt politicians in haiti they all responsible for that mess all those time they could have built an water treatment plant and built the entire country with billion of dollar they pocketed over the last decades they should be ashamed of themselves
Stop Breeding ! People of Haiti stop pumping out children when you cannot even feed the ones you have!
Your country has No jobs and cannot feed its people on its own
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