Nadege, I appreciate your input, but the foul language...

Linda - February 12 2010, 11:55 AM

Nadege, I appreciate your input, but the foul language distracts me from focusing on your argument.

Replacing the foul words with meaningful ones gives your argument more legitimacy.

That does not mean that you can't call someone a "crud" a "jerk" a gutter rat" (my personal favorite for Preval and his folks), a "belly crawler" a "sewer dweller'" etc, etc, etc. There are so many putrid names that you can call a person without using foul language and without disturbing the body of your argument.

I actually agree with many of your points.

And, this is one of the few times that I disagree with Tiba on one of his points.

The international community does owe us A LOT. Their role in undermining Haitian stability and economy during the last 200 years is a historical fact. It is their games with Haiti that is at the root of ALL of Haiti's problems.

On the other hand, Tiba is right when he said that it is the gutter crawlers who have been running our country for the past twenty years who are responsible for letting the foreign swines do what they have done.

On Clinton: I really do think that B C had good intentions.

However, it is difficult to make the right decisions for the country when those advising you are the worst citizens of that country.

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