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Honorable Tiba!
We all know that he was one of the multitude of friends and followers of Aristide.

Why was he chosen to be prime minister, and after the demise of the defrocked priest, why was he elected.

He must have something that distinguished him among Aristide's friends.

When I asked the question "why was he a successful private citizen?"I was not in any way trying to portray him as a successful president but as someone who at least did something to be nominated prime minister, or even elected president.

Despite our contempt for this man we must admit that at least he did something right in his life to get where he is now. My point is that RGP sought and obtained the presidency and he should do something with it. We must ask why he practically does nothing to improve the situation in Haiti.

Here are a few questions I would like you or anyone else to help me answer: Is he lazy, or does he lack what is required for a head of state to advance his agenda?

Does he have the will and determination to do anything?

Does he have the public and other elected officials cooperation?

Does he have the gut to go after corrupt officials such as judges, senators, administrators etc?

Can he bring his opponents to the table to find a viable solution to our social ills?

How does he respond to international pressure and indifference?

What are his goals?

Does he have the resources needed to accomplish these goals?

If yes does he made efficient use of them?

We must remember that he cannot impose his will on his people; we cannot afford any dictatorship! So far the evidences show he doesn't have what is required to lead: ingenuity, will, determination, and absolutely "balls".

Zarien Krab, May 6 2009, 8:25 PM


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Well Mr Zarien Joseph had a vision and led his people out of slavery. David even though a criminal by any standard... read more >
Hans Duperoi, 6-May-09 8:01 am
Zarien Krab I agree with almost everything you've said, but you failed to acknowledge that the way Haitians think and... read more >
Tiba, 6-May-09 8:02 am
Hans Duperoi, you crossed the line. He is probably a former boulanger, but he has reached the top. He is the president... read more >
The Dark Knight, 6-May-09 8:29 am
Mr Hans, I read with great pleasure your reply. I understand your frustration which is the absolute echo of what we... read more >
Zarien Krab, 6-May-09 9:54 am
Thank you Zarien One thing is certain:If we even bother to take time our our busy schedule, our wife and our children... read more >
Hans Duperoi, 6-May-09 10:17 am
Mr. Knight You have made a good point. We should not criticize the president or anyone for what he did for a living... read more >
Zarien Krab, 6-May-09 11:43 am
Zarien Krab You asked "I wonder why he was so successful as a private citizen, and a failure as president. Obviously... read more >
Tiba, 6-May-09 12:58 pm
The Dark Knight, With all due respect, can you please establish the difference between "respect and being polite"? You... read more >
Tiba, 6-May-09 1:39 pm
Honorable Tiba! We all know that he was one of the multitude of friends and followers of Aristide. Why was he chosen... read more >
Zarien Krab, 6-May-09 8:25 pm
Zarien If you had paid a close attention to my reply, you would noticed that I had responded to all of you previous... read more >
Tiba, 7-May-09 6:55 am
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