I support Wyclef for president
I would like to say to anyone who thinks Wyclef is not qualify to be president of Haiti to explain to me what makes a person qualify to be president of Haiti?
To me, I believe Clef is very high qualify to be president of Haiti.
I support him 100%.
Where are the high qualify people when the people are suffering, when our belove Haiti is so poor. Where children cannot go to school freely.
Where we are fighting among ourselves everyday.
Killing one another because of his political opinion.
Where we cannot even solve our problems.
Where are the qualify people?
Who are they?
If speaking French was the most important thing for a person to be president of Haiti, we would have been the most richest country in the world.
I remember back in the days when young Haitians were ashamed to say that they were Haitians.
After Wyclef went on TV with a Haitian flag receiving awards on MTV and VHI then we started to see young Haitians all over the United States doing the same thing.
In 1974 I was three years old, therefore I was too young to understand anything about was Haiti in the World Cup in Germany.
As a former soccer player, and crazy about Brazil, I witnessed the Haitian flag waving high in the 2006 World Cup in Germany, carried by our future president Wyclef Jean. If Clef is not qualify, who is?
Because, he doesn't speak French.
What about our Creole Clef been speaking everywhere he goes. Does not Creole a language?
Don't we Haitians speak and understand Creole anymore?
Please, vote for Wyclef Jean. Thank you. I approve this message.Return to Message List
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