Max, Your wit capacity and English levels are so close to the...

Gabby - July 15 2011, 2:20 PM


Your wit capacity and English levels are so close to the ground that this is going to be the hardest thing I will have to do in my entire life. But, I'll give it a try and see if I can stoop so low to their level, thereby you can try to make sense of what I'm saying.

First of all, I never claimed that I was better than anyone.

Secondly, a word of advice for you fake Haitian...learn how to write and essay! That will help you cease beating around the proverbial bush. You should endeavor to be direct and concise when it comes to your persuasive debating efforts in order to convey the message that you are confident in the statements and contentions that you are raising in regard to a certain matter or issue.

Now, in response to that non-sense book you just wrote, which incidentally with no astonishment to me lack intellectual substance and not worth serious consideration or response, but the sake of reasoning I will say this...

I was only scrutinizing the fact that the Haitians who object to paying the money-transfer/phone call fees are using Haiti government past history to call foul because deep down they simple do not want to be the ones paying for this. Then, you started making these frivolous excuses for them which I was also counterattacking.

I'm overwhelmed with amazement that you had the audacity to question my character when you have none whatsoever.

I will reiterate for you and anyone else who shares the sentiments of those selfish Haitians.

As the president of Haiti, Martelly doesn't have to answer to you. He can do whatever the Haitian constitution empowers him to do. Campaigns are held for you to judge which candidate shares your values and beliefs prior voting one in office.

I do share your concern in reference to the pattern of corruptions that our past government has illustrated in the past. But, you don't give the guy a chance how do you know that he's not better than the others and can actually turn things around for a better Haiti for all Haitians.

Stop being a whole bunch of baby cries for $1.50. If you can't afford it, then you have no business living here in the states or elsewhere.

Return back to Haiti and live a less stressful life. Whether you want to hear or not it's damn hard fact!!!

I'm going to leave you all with this:

Government has six functions:

1. Foreign Relations - Diplomacy and Defense

2. Develop business strength - Incubate small business, special research and development, such as space research, job training, unemployment insurance and more.

3. Protect and regulate the sustainable use of natural resources.

4. Enforce and regulate fair and responsible business practices.

Included in this is monitoring monetary policy, giving consumer protection and regulating banking practices.

5. Determine and enforce civil laws of property and conduct.

This includes the freedoms of the press, religion and rights of property.

6. Provide public goods and services for the well-being of the community as a whole, such as infrastructure, vaccination programs, disaster relief, fireworks shows, public parks, basic healthcare, subsidized housing, public education and public utilities.

Oh, you guys are still reading?

Max, get yourself some memory enhancers!!!
OOPS..Pills cannot impart wisdom or make everyone capable of brilliant leaps of imagination, but they can surely tune up the machinery and give you more raw material to work with...Hahahah

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