wyclef jean on the records -- gretta of fox news

Lavaud Desmoulins - August 26 2008, 5:36 AM

HELLO SMART BLOGGERS,

THE HAITIAN AMBASSADOR WYCLEF JEAN WAS INTERVIEWED BY GRETTA OF FOX NEWS, THE HOST OF "ON THE RECORDS", ON HIS MOVEMENT "ROCK THE VOTE", WHICH AN INITIATIVE TO PERSUADE YOUNG VOTERS TO CAST THEIR VOTES IN THE COMING PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION.

"CLEF" MADE EXCELLENT POINTS ABOUT THE LEADERSHIP OF PRESIDENT BUSH, ESPECIALLY THE UNPRECEDENTED TACTICS OF THE MIDDLE-EASTERN TERRORISTS TO DOWN THE TOWERS (WTC) AND THEIR ABILITIES TO CARRY MORE ATTACKS ON US SOILS, AND HIS IMPROVISATION TO DEAL WITH THE CONCERNS OF AMERICAN PEOPLE REGARDING THE CAPABILITIES OF THE TERRORISTS IN THEIR LIVES; THE TORTURE OF THE REPUBLICAN PRESUMPTIVE NOMINEE JOHN McCAIN, AND THE EXPECTATIONS OF THE DEMS'PRESUMPTIVE NOMINEE BARRACK OBAMA.

ALTHOUGH "CLEF" WAS GREAT IN PRESENTING HIS POINTS, HE FAILED TO IMPROVE HE CAN HANDLE INTERVIEWS WITH HIGH PROFILE POLITICIANS LIKE GRETTA.

HE DID ALL HIS BEST TO SATISFY GRETTA BUT "CLEF" COULD NOT PERCEIVE HIS FAILURE IN GRETTA'S BODY LANGUAGE.

THE FACT IS GRETTA CHANGED THE MOOD TO COMFORT "CLEF" BY ENDING THE INTERVIEW IN ZERO IN THE SONG ON IPOD. IRONICALLY, CLEF -- LACKS OF POLITICAL OR DIPLOMATIC DIALECTS -- FOUGHT BACK BY REFERRING TO A SONG OF THE LATE COUNTRY SINGER JOHNNY CASH AS HIS BEST ATTEMPT TO MAKE GRETTA COMFORTABLE.

ACTUALLY, POLITICAL INEXPERIENCED "CLEF" CONFUSED GRETTA AS A KIND OF COUNTRY WOMAN.

I BELIEVE "CLEF" CONFUSED GRETTA AS A CONSERVATIVE REPUBLICAN.

GRETTA IS A LAWYER AND A GREAT CALIBER INDEPENDANT POLITICIAN THAT FOX NEWS PAYS BIG DOUGH TO KEEP IN BALANCE ITS PROGRAMS OF BROADCASTING TOWARD THE POLITICAL VALUES OF AMERICAN PEOPLE.

I BELIEVE CLEF WILL LAUGH A LOT AFTER HE REVIEWS HIS INTERVIEW.

ONE BIG HAITI.

ONE BIG HAITI WITH WYCLEF.

REALITY CHECKED

LAVAUD HOLD DESMOULINS OF NEW YORK CITY
A.K.A. THE C.R.J.
POLICY ANALYST IN CRIMINAL JUSTICE

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Tiba says...

Lavaud, I cannot comment on the interview because I did not see it. However I would like to point sometime out, and... more »