Some mega companies in the world have made investments and...

Gerard D. Ferrier - March 12 2011, 7:19 AM

Some mega companies in the world have made investments and have walked away to minimize their losses.

One of the three houses Michel bought was the one he lived in with wife and children at a cost of $900,000. He walked away from it as good business sense would have it, and it was sold not too long ago for $500,000 b the reposessing bank. A real smart business decision on Michel's real agent to get out in time. was really really smart of his agent to advise him so.
Someone had earlier mentioned that companies like Microsoft, Merrill Lynch, Goldman Sachs, AIG, Enron have made investments which were bad and were given a hand with taxpayer money to revive their schemes with new strategies.

Even the US government is borrowing from China, Japan, England, India and many others to keep its head above water.

That is the nature of the business world, be it real state or toilet paper stocks.

Michel's did not borrow money from the Haitian people, nor did he borrow money from a struglling journalist to make some investment in real state.

The people that are concerned about Michel's investment adventure are probably those who are having a hard time to budget their phone and cable bills correctly.

A presidential fight usually takes a turn to weird places, and that is nothing new. What is new is that Haiti has a new approach to venture into a new direction with new ideas, and Michel is that person to be trusted to steer this mess in that direction.

Knowing that he is leading in the polls in Haiti as well as the diaspora, those who are about his worldwide growing popularity would even take bodies from the morgue come up with some stories about some being killed by Michel supporters.

Michel is now not simply a Haitian artist and social activist, but he a world political star and phenomenon.

Do not be fooled to the point of fooling yourself.

Vote Martelly!

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