Tuesday, June 23, 2009

Haiti Lovefest

Big Lips, Sink Big Ships.

MIAMI - Five members of South Florida's congressional delegation are in Haiti for a one-day tour to discuss hurricane preparation, immigration policy and security issues with Haitian President Rene Preval.

The MSM reports this as another benevolent feel-good story, but what were they really doing there?

It takes allot of nerve and callous insensitivity for the 'non-partisan' party of Kendrick Meek, Mario Diaz-Balart, Lincoln Diaz-Balart, Ileana Ros-Lehtinen and Debbie Wasserman Schultz to go to Haiti for one day only and return with proclaimations that things are not so bad there. Debbie does warn Preval that if they can't have democratic elections then we can't help them. Huhum, who are we to lecture about fair elections. Then one of the Ballzart brothers returns with recomemdations that Obama lift the US tourism warnings in order to boost the Haitian economy while keeping the 'do-not-deport' policy for Haitian refugees already here.

MVP- money, vice, power.

We the silent tax base pay for our delegation of dignitaries to travel where they will, for what? To deliver our colonial communiques loaded with condescending arrogance, righteous indignation and most importantly no real help for the people of Big Haiti.

Keeping the Peace, UN blue-hats roll out the welcome wire.

Just a leisurely boat ride from Miami is this irresistible tourist attraction.
If ever there was a tragedy more heartbreaking than Cuba, it is Haiti.


1 comment:

  1. Ahh you say it well. It's incomprehensible to me that 5 congress people went to Haiti for one day for a photo-op. Haiti is a tragedy but it is not our tragedy - where the hell is France? The UN? Miami/South Florida/All of Florida/All of the US is full of nooks and cranny's that would give Haiti a run for it's money...