Understanding The Game. The Auction-- The Bid Is On The Streets.

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Understanding The Game.

The First Part: The Auction-- The Bid Is On The Streets.

What if the elections were not disturbed?

Uh Ohhh!
The urgent recount will automatically validate the success of the November 28, 2010, Elections.

I mean, that MINUS - TAH and Mulet prevailed "malgre tout".

What if the elections were not disturbed?

Uh Ohhh!
I believe Candidate Michel Martelly could have been ahead of his leading opponents, with Celestin in third place.


If the recount confirms the exclusion of Michel Martelly, then Jude Celestin will be harder than Michel Martelly for candidate Mirlande Manigat to win in the overtime.

It's most likely Martelly's supporters will not vote for Senator Manigat.

Neither will she have enough money to prevent the very well financed Engineer Celestin from buying enough votes he needs.

The overtime will be like the auction-- the bid is on the streets; ie., who spills more dollars on the streets be the winner.

The families on the streets (in the tents) need money now. I mean, "right now".

Over 1.7 million people have been homeless since the earthquake of January 12, 2010. And their misery conditions (include the cholera), which are intentionally managed by United Nations for the reason regard to this election, are worsened day by day. Reality check: The city still blue and rubble even after 11 months of the earthquake.

More tumults more hungry the voters are and more vulnerable Celestin's opponents to become.

Will the Haitians have overtime involving only candidates Celestin and Manigat?

In sum, overtime, as it is, means Candidate Ingineer Jude Celestin is the next Haitian President.


End the first part.

The second part is: The Marionnetistes.

Lavaud Hold Desmoulins, The C.R.J.
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Lavaud Hold Desmoulins, December 11 2010, 6:56 AM

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Reality Check 1) All 3 candidates in the second tour Michel Martelly wins 2) Without Martelly Celestin wins 3) Without... read more >
Lavaud Hold Desmoulins, 11-Dec-10 7:30 am
Nope, bien compter mal calculer. With Manigat:Celestin Win With Manigat and Martelly: Celestin win With Martelly... read more >
Guy Comeau, 11-Dec-10 1:08 pm


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