That was a nice motivation/self-esteme booster peptalk coming...

Tiba - September 20 2011, 9:44 AM

That was a nice motivation/self-esteme booster peptalk coming from the US president, Bill Clinton.

Unfortunately, Bill is singing to the choir.

How many US ambassadors who left their post in Haiti for the absence of leadership, incompetence, and mediocrity?

All of them!

Haitian so-called leaders consider incompetence, mediocrity, and their absence of leadership as "Vertues", and therefore they applaude every time they are referred to as incompetence and mediocre.

To get anything done in Haiti is 10 times harder to pull teeth out of a chicken's mouth or performing brain surgery.

For example, to get a passport in Haiti, one must talk to at least 3 other people who work in that office and have to pay them all seperately so much money and have to wait at least 2 months to get it. In the meantime, somebody who lives in the province will have to make at least 3 to 5 trips to P-A-P to check about that freaken passport.

It takes always take the Haitian government a lifetime just to vote on the smallest bill or to change the simplest and easiest regulation there is on the planet.

Solving this electricity rates in Haiti that Bill Clinton just mentioned, you and I and all of us know damn well this will be the most complicated and difficult task for the Haitian government to do.

I hope they might now listen to Bill Clinton.

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