Louinel You said: "you just don't get it.Can you do everything...

Tba - January 6 2009, 1:24 PM

Louinel

You said: "you just don't get it.Can you do everything at once to change Haiti?

You must be mad!Do we have the funds to chnage Haiti at once?

just think just for a moment! Do it! Do it!

You will surely understand me as you mature in economic and social issues."

Well, well, well, you just don't fail showing incompetence and mediocrity of Preval and his cronies by saying such absurdity.

Louinel, you might be an expert in economics and social issues, but you sure don't know squart in politics and governance.

You don't seem to even understand the simple "CONCEPT" of politics and governance.

And I think your hot headed rethorics is about to get exploded in any minute.

Politics/governance of a country is not like building a house room by room and brick by brick, and nor it is like running a grocery store as many of you tend to believe.

The concept of political governance calls to do as much as possible in a very short time because the government of Haiti is in power ONLY for 5 years, and that is a very long time.

In politics, on week is always considered as a very long time. A government can do wonder in just one week as the government can bring the country down to its knees in just one week as well.

So, for you to even suggest that things have to be done one at the time is propoustrous and moronic.

Are you saying the government should and will try to fix, for example, "La Route Nationale #1" first, and then 3 or 5 years later it will, for example, restore electricity, something to that effect?

The government can build roads, restore electricity, provide drinking water, etc...

etc...

ALL at once. However, in the politics of governance, the government can use the concept of what's called "Prioritization/the most important/urgent" on its to-do-list, which is different from what you suggested to be "one by one or one at the time."

The other thing you need to know is thatthe people doesn't care about the government being broke to get things done. The government is elected to "Serve and to Protect" and must do whatever it takes to fullfil these obligations to the people who elected them.

Competent governments with the know-how don't hide behond the lack of money to deprive the people what they are enttiled to, which is good governance and the ability of the government to meet the people needs.

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Bavo Preval! WHAT DO I RESPECT YOU?

I RESPECT PREVAL BECAUSE HE TELLS THE PEOPLE THE TRUTH.HE DOES NOT PROMISE THE WORLD WHILE IN FACT HE KNOWS HE DOES...

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