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I think we are having a pretty civil conversation, don't you agree?

Except, sometimes, when I'm hungry for some rice and beans my judgment gets a little impaired, which is the case right this minute.

Anyway, Carel, I don't know Saidel personally and I don't know much about him other than what I read on his profile/resume.

That's all I have as reference point to go on.

If you read his profile/resume again there is mention of him has worked for USAID and also as you said about him getting some of his projects financed by USAID.

But Like I said again, carel, my beef with the guy lies solely on his failure to accomplish anything for the tourist industry when he had the chance, the power, the resources, and the influence as minister of tourism.

Also my beef lies on his failure, as minister of agriculture, to accomplish anything to grow and improve agrivulture in Haiti under his watch.

There are many other posts/positions he held in the government where he accomplished absolutely nothing for the country.

I cannot support someone like that for president only because of his education level.

I don't know of anyone running for president in 2011. The only one I know about is Charles Bakers.

He ran back in 2006 with Preval, but I think Haitians have a big beef with him because he is white, a white Haitian.

I think Haiti's constipation, oops! I did it again, my bad! I meant to say the Haitian constitution is against any white Haitian, naturalized, and those who are not home owners and business owners to run for any public office.

This is the Haiti that we have, the country that is still living in primitive time of dark ages and stone age, a country of exclusivity.

This is the only country that I know of, on the planet, that is striving to keep as many of its citizens out of the political process and the social life of their country as possible.

It is said that Charles Bakers had a very comprehensive plan for Haiti.

I heard rumors that he is running again in 2011 but I'm not sure if it's true.

Tiba, August 13 2009, 1:50 PM

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hahahahahahahahahahhaa That's the plan that he has? as if the solution to the country's problem was a man. Just a man... read more >
Lanj, 13-Aug-09 9:37 am
Great Lanj I am not talking about one man I am talking about a man with a vision, a plan. I don't know if you look at... read more >
Clarel, 13-Aug-09 10:57 am
Carel You keep asking people to go to the website to look at Saidel Laine's profile as if he could be the messiah the... read more >
Tiba, 13-Aug-09 11:39 am
Tiba, To start Tiba let me say this openly, I really appreciate your thinking, your knowledge in this blog. I read you... read more >
Clarel, 13-Aug-09 11:46 am
Clarel, I think we are having a pretty civil conversation, don't you agree? Except, sometimes, when I'm hungry for... read more >
Tiba, 13-Aug-09 1:50 pm
Tiba, Excuse my French about Charles Bakers running for President in 2011 F***k him. Would you or Mr. Bakers explain... read more >
Banjo, 13-Aug-09 2:25 pm
Banjo, Here we go again! why are you so angry, man? Why are you making this my personal cruisade? I am not supporting... read more >
Tiba, 13-Aug-09 4:36 pm
Tiba, About this if your mind boggling can figure it out… Joseph translate the king’s dream/vision and he was... read more >
Banjo, 13-Aug-09 5:20 pm
Banjo, I agree with you there, but there is a little teeny tiny difference though and that is Joseph was chosen by God... read more >
Tiba, 13-Aug-09 6:07 pm
Tiba, why make you think that Montresor is not choosen by God? Do you know him? Is he lying to us? did he run for... read more >
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